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Step by Step 1B -- An Introduction to Successful Practice for Violin

with instructions in English, French, & Spanish

By Kerstin Wartberg

With instructions in English, French, & Spanish. Arranged by Kerstin Wartberg. String - Violin (Suzuki); Suzuki. CD. 64 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.20730X).

Item Number: AP.20730X

ISBN 1589512073.

The Step by Step series is a collection of exercise books/CDs for violin based on the Mother-Tongue approach. From the very beginning, it will provide a solid foundation in instrumental technique for Suzuki and traditional approaches in private lessons or group settings. The focus is on teaching correct, child-appropriate practice habits that range from listening, singing, and dancing to playing music. The ideas presented, including information for parent and practice tips should stimulate daily practice and also make it more effective. Includes new piano arrangements by David Andruss. This volume is the Condensed Version based on Suzuki Violin School, Volume 1, and includes the Violin Exercise Book with CD. The book contains the same tunes as the exercise book but without extensive teaching suggestions. The CD is the same as that in the Complete Version. Languages: English / Spanish / French Pages: 15
French Publications; Spanish Publications.

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  • 2005-09-28 00:00:00.0 Review of The STRAD, September 2005

    This fascinating series of tutor books is closely based on the Suzuki Violin Method. The teaching material in volumes 1 a and 1 b roughly mirrors the content of the first Suzuki book, with preparatory exercises for learning the tunes. I liked the useful advice for teachers and parents, such...

    as the ten most important steps when learning a new piece, the tips on practising with a sample practice plan and the descriptions of some effective technical exercises, which all looked great fun. Parents are involved right from the start, with clear instructions on how they should take part in the learning process. The quality of the CD performances is good, with some interesting sound effects and drum rhythms that are sure to engage younger players. Children aged five and upwards will enjoy playing this material and many teachers will be interested in this exposition of the Suzuki principles.

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