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String Builder, Book 3


By Samuel Applebaum

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Orchestra Cello
Cello. Composed by Samuel Applebaum. Method/Instruction; String Orchestra Method/Supplement. Belwin Course for Strings. Book. 32 pages. Published by Belwin Music (AP.EL01558).

Item Number: AP.EL01558

ISBN 0769231209.

The Belwin String Builder is a string class method in which the violin, viola, cello, and bass play together throughout. Each book, however, is a complete unit and may be used separately for class or individual instruction. The material in this book is realistically graded so that only a minimum of explanatory material is required. Each melody is interesting and will provide the basis for a fine left hand technic and bow arm. Available in three levels for violin, viola, cello, bass, piano accompaniment, and teacher's manual.

  • The Second Position-Finding the Fingers on the A and D Strings 
  • Finding the Fingers on the G and C Strings 
  • From One String to Another in the Second Position 
  • More Melodies that Shift with the Same Finger 
  • Melodies in C Major that Include the Second Position 
  • We Go from an Open String to the Second Position 
  • Melodies that Shift to and From the Second Position with Different Fingers 
  • The Scale Line Shift 
  • How to Shift When there is No Slur 
  • The Third Position 
  • We Shift to and From the Third Position with the Same Finger 
  • Melodies that Shift to and from the Third Position Without Slurs 
  • How to Build a Minor Scale 
  • Melodies in Minor Keys-the Half Position 
  • More Melidies in Minor Keys 
  • The Wrist and Finger Stroke 
  • Sixteenth Notes 
  • The Dotted Eighth and Sixteenth Note 
  • More Melodies with Dotted Eighth and Sixteenth Notes 
  • Melodies Using the Martele Bowing-The Fourth Position 
  • Finding the Notes in the Fourth Position 
  • We Shift to and From the Fourth Position with the Same Finger 
  • A New Rhythm-Triplets 
  • We Build a Major Scale on the Note A 
  • Melodies in Various Rhythms 
  • We Build a Major Scale on the Note E Flat 
  • More Harmonics-More Shifting 
  • Beautiful Melodies with Harmonics 
  • Melodies that Will Prepare for the Spiccato Stroke 
  • How to Play the Spiccato Stroke 
  • Lively Melodies Using the Spiccato Stroke 
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