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Introducing The Positions, Volume 2 - Violin

Second, Fourth, Sixth and Seventh Positions

By Harvey S. Whistler

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Introducing The Positions, Volume 2 - Violin (Second, Fourth, Sixth and Seventh Positions). For Orchestra, Violin. String Method. Instructional, Technique and Studies. Instructional book. Standard notation, bowings, fingerings and instructional text. 56 pages. Rubank Publications #RUBL118. Published by Rubank Publications (HL.4472560).

ISBN 1423444884. With standard notation, bowings, fingerings and instructional text. Instructional, Technique and Studies. 9x12 inches.

Introducing the Positions, Volume 2, is a continuation of the course of study started in Introducing the Positions, Volume 1. Volume 2 introduces the violinist to the second, fourth, sixth and seventh positions. Together with Volume 1, these books constitute an introductory school of position playing. Also available: Introducing the Positions, Volume 1 (HL.4472550).

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Second, Fourth, Sixth and Seventh Positions

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  • March 27, 2014 whistler bk 2

    i agree with another person's review, i like the abcs of violin bk 4 to learn 2nd position much much better. maybe the whistler is too advanced for an adult beginning from scratch. it is for me!

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  • November 26, 2011 Excellent method

    I'm a professional violinist and teacher. I HIGHLY recommend the 2 volumes of Introducing the Positions because of their logical progression in different keys, the exercises and etudes are extremely well thought out. Haven't really found anything better on the market, and I've been teaching for 40...


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  • September 12, 2009 abcs of violin bks 3 and 4 is better to begin with

    I would recommend getting abcs of violin bks 3 and 4 for introducing the positions, then do this one. Makes more sense considering the level of difficulty in this book. Same with Volume 1, get the abcs first. Very good book to continue with though!

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  • July 18, 2007 Begin with ABC's of Violin Book 4

    Start out with ABC's of Violin Book 4 which has a much easier way of introducing 2nd position than this Whistler's Vol II. This book is great for more reinforcement of 2nd position, but dull and too challenging if you haven't had it before. The ABC's...

    makes it fun and basic to begin with, it covers all 4 strings, too. Perfect step to this Whistler's book.

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