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Recital Training Vol. 1

By Kerstin Wartberg

Violin with 2CDs - Intermediate
Composed by Kerstin Wartberg. Edited by Kerstin Wartberg. Violin (Solo). Education. Sheet Music with 2 CDs. Edition Peters #EP11291. Published by Edition Peters (PE.EP11291).

Item Number: PE.EP11291

ISBN 9790014110024.

Intermediate violin pieces with suggestions for practice. Foreword by Shinichi Suzuki. Packaged with 2 CDs. Piano accompaniment is available as EP11291A.

This 3-volume series is aimed at level 4-7 of the Suzuki Method but can also be used by any student or pupil, young or old! Volume 1 focuses on helping the student master movements from violin concertos by J.S. Bach, Antonio Vivaldi and Friedrich Seitz. For a little light relief, the book also includes a number of Fiddle Tunes and easier, short arrangements by Schubert and Humperdinck. All pieces are accompanied by systematic preliminary exercises, practice tips and CDs with different exercise tempi.

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  • 5

    Cathy Monta
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  • January 06, 2011 A great method for intermediate players

    Book & 2 CDs I am so happy that Edition Peters decided to publish this method. It is a great way to learn all these beautiful pieces of Suzuki, vol. 4. This collection is using the “Three-Tempo-Practice-Method.� This means the CDs include the performance pieces with and without...

    the violin part, a slow and a medium practice tempo as well as many of the most important preparatory exercises. Imaginative and lively piano accompaniments make such technical work both fun and inspirational. Since I use this material all my six book 4 students learn these pieces easier with much more quality, with more enthusiasm and endurance, and in shorter time. Even my teaching is inspired through this good development in my students. All in all, a great collection for intermediate players, looking to improve their abilities. I highly recommend the series. Recital Training. For more information and sound examples see the Homepage of the German Suzuki Institute.

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