Brian has written three series books:
- Practical Music Theory
- Practical General Knowledge
- Techniques of String Playing
Based on the AMEB music syllabus, Practical Music Theory is a series of 9 books from Grade 1 to LMusA. They provide full knowledge and exercises for AMEB music theory exams.
Based on the AMEB practical exam, Practical General Knowledge is a series of 6 books covering all necessary knowledge for AMEB practical comprehensive exams.
Techniques of String Playing is a series of 4 books for violin, viola, cello, and double bass.
Innovative exercises for obtaining an absolute mastery of the higher technical difficulties of violin, viola, cello, and double bass playing in the shortest possible time.
With many years of experience, learning, practicing, performing, teaching, exploring, and experimenting, derived from the concepts of the Art of Violin Playing by Carl Flesch, Principles of Violin Playing and Teaching by Ian Galamian, The Artist’s Technique of Violin Playing by D.C. Dounis, and Yehudi Menuhin M music Guides Violin and Viola by Yehudi Menuhin, the innovative exercises in this book will help students and musicians effortlessly solve the problems of all kinds of techniques of string playing, including intonation, shifting positions, and various bowings.
Designed for absolute beginners and advanced professional musicians alike, this series of four books leads the true method of practicing for obtaining an absolute mastery of the higher technical difficulties of violin, viola, cello, and double bass playing in the shortest possible time.