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String Festival Solos, Volume 2

Violin Solo

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Violin Solo - Grade 2; Grade 2.5; Grade 3; Intermediate
Violin Solo. Edited by Sel., transcr., and ed. Samuel Applebaum. String Series. Book. 24 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.EL95104).

Item Number: AP.EL95104
ISBN 0769230687.

String Festival Solos are economical collections of transcriptions by Samuel Applebaum. In two volumes for each instrument, the solos are in progressive order of difficulty. Each volume contains nine pieces -- all classic titles in the Applebaum teaching repertoire. Some of these have been hard to find. Volume I progresses from Level 1 to Level 2, Volume II progresses from Level 2 to Level 3. The solos are useful for teaching technique, dynamics, phrasing, and overall musicianship. String Festival Solos are excellent for recitals, auditions and performances for assemblies, concerts or festivals. Contains: Theme and Variations (Papini) * Rondo (Mozart) * Gavotte (Sitt) * Hungarian Suite (Bartok) * Elves' Dance (Perpetual Motion) (Bohm) * The Rain (Bohm) * Bouree (Bach) * Two Guitars (Russian Gypsy Folk Song) * Allegro (Vivaldi).

  • Theme and Variations (Papini) 
  • Rondo (Mozart) 
  • Gavotte (Sitt) 
  • Hungarian Suite (Bartok) 
  • Elves' Dance (Perpetual Motion) (Bohm) 
  • The Rain (Bohm) 
  • Bouree (Bach) 
  • Two Guitars (Russian Gypsy Folk Song) 
  • Allegro (Vivaldi) 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Kingsport, TN
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • July 30, 2012 String Festival Solos, Vol. 2

    This collection is made up of excellent classic teaching pieces that have been used for generations, and some of which were out of print for many years. Students of all ages will enjoy this book.

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