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Building Technic with Beautiful Music - Volume I (Violin)

Violin

By Samuel Applebaum

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Violin
Violin. Edited by Thom Proctor. String Orchestra Method/Supplement; Technique Musicianship. Technique. Instrumental solo book. With standard notation. 36 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.EL01057).

Item Number: AP.EL01057

ISBN 0769231276. 9x12 inches.

The pieces in this book have been selected for their musical and technical value. They have been carefully transcribed and edited to stimulate interest in technical development and in general musicianship. They provide supplementary material to be used with any of the standard string methods. By studying the text carefully, and with the teacher's help, the young student can develop a foundation for a fine left- hand technic, and bow arm.

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    kg1sax
    Location:
    Central PA
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • 2017-10-13 19:11:46.0 engaging music to learn technic!

    Forget those hum drum methods books that elementary school strings teachers push on their students. Who would listen to "A String downs and Ups", when you could listen to a real piece of music? Yes, takes more work to teach it, but the investment will pay off big time for...

    the student and the families of the students who must listen to the practice!

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  • 5

    David Ezell
    Location:
    Columbia, SC
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • 2006-07-17 00:00:00.0 Best for private lessons, homogenius grp

    This is a wonderful book of solos to get beginning violin students to the early intermediate level. The sequence of skills is worked out very well, in terms of finger patterns, notes, rhythms and bowings. Viola, cello and bass books are not as highly recommended. They are written to be...

    played in unison with the violins, and have awkward octave leaps in order to avoid finger pattenrs the students have not learned yet.

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