An excellent set of bowing exercises that will help all violinists to develop their bowing styles, speed, control and rhythms.
Since 1901, Otakar Sevcik's works have formed the basis of many schools of string playing around the world. Thousands of players continue to find Sevcik an invaluable aid to technical development. In practicing Sevcik, as in playing scales, etudes, or pieces there are always four main headings to consider: purity of intonation, evenness of tone, exactness of rhythm and physical freedom and ease.
44 pages. 9x12 inches.
Cello (Violoncello). Composed by Alwin Schroeder. This edition: Studies 81-137. Studies 81-137. Instructional and Studies. Instructional book. With bowings and fingerings. 103 pages. 9x12 inches.
Selected and progressively arranged from the foremost instructive works of Buchler, Cossmann, Dotzauer, Duport, Franchomme, Kummer, Grutzmacher, Lee, Merk, Piatti, Schroeder and Servais, these studies cover the gamut of cello playing, from very easy to advanced level.
Volume 2. Composed by Justus Johann Friedrich Dotzauer. Edited by Johannes Klingenberg. Classical. Softcover.Published by Carl Fischer.
High School of Cello Playing, by David Popper. Opus 73, 40 etudes, Schirmer edition.
A course of violin instruction combined with musical theory and practice in duet-playing.
Doflein Method - Volume 1 - The Beginning, for Violin. The Violinist's Progress. By Erich and Emma Doflein. Published by Schott, publisher's number ED4751.
Contents: Allegretto Grazioso (Baklanova), Andante (Witthauer), At Night at the River (Kabalevsky), Early French Song (Tchaikovsky), Gavotte (Telemann), German Dance (Mozart), Largo Affettuoso (Corelli), Sarabande (Tartini), Small Suite (Szokolay), Song and Dance (Sugár), Theme with Variations (Sugár), Two Dances (Hasse), Waltz (Weber)
Volume 4: Further Technique in Bowing and Fingering. Composed by Elma Doflein and Erich Doflein. Schott. 68 pages. Schott Music Published by Schott Music (HL49005123). 9x12 inches.
Composed by Jean Baptiste Accolay. Edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus. Stapled. Barenreiter's Concert Pieces. Instructional. Piano reduction, part(s). No. 1. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag
30 x 23 cm inches. Key: a minor. Text Language: German/English. Preface: Kurt Sassmannshaus.
Jean Baptiste Accolay's Concerto in A minor is also a standard work for violin classes. Its fascination lies in its expressiveness which is created by the simplest technical means.
The series "Barenreiter's Easy Concertos" is edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus, the internationally-renowned violin teacher and co-author of the Sassmannshaus violin school tradition.
His forewords introduce these little gems and include tips for successful first concerts. The editions form an ideal continuation of the Sassmannshaus violin school tradition; they can be used in parallel from the third volume onwards or alongside any violin method. The editions contain a solo violin part and a piano reduction for the accompanist.
The series will be continued and will introduce the student to more demanding repertoire with an increasing level of difficulty.
The "prequel" to Barbara Barber's widely-used Scales for Advanced Violists is here! Scales for Young Violinists is a user-friendly scale system which presents two-octave major, melodic minor, and harmonic minor scales with arpeggios. The first five Foundation Keys (C, D, E, F, G) introduce beginning double-stops in octaves, 3rds, and 6ths, remaining in first position. One-octave scales in double-stop octaves, 3rds, 6ths, and harmonics are presented in all twelve keys. Preparatory shifting exercises, bowing and rhythmic variants, a helpful circle of 5ths, and progress chart make this the perfect beginning scale book for every viola student.
The "prequel" to Barbara Barber's widely-used Scales for Advanced Violinists is here! Scales for Young Violinists is a user-friendly scale system which presents two-octave major, melodic minor, and harmonic minor scales with arpeggios. The first five Foundation Keys (C, D, E, F, G) introduce beginning double-stops in octaves, 3rds, and 6ths, remaining in first position. One-octave scales in double-stop octaves, 3rds, 6ths, and harmonics are presented in all twelve keys. Preparatory shifting exercises, bowing and rhythmic variants, a helpful circle of 5ths, and progress chart make this the perfect beginning scale book for every violin student.
Scales for Advanced Violinists is a technical source book for violinists compiled and edited by Barbara Barber. This 27-page book presents practice suggestions and ideas to take the monotony away from scale practice and to develop and improve evenness, clarity, agility, speed, and intonation. The circle of 5ths is presented with 1st position finger patterns. Scales and arpeggios are written out with rhythmic variations and different combinations of bowings. Octaves, thirds, sixths, fingered octaves and tenths as well as harmonics, broken thirds, and chromatic scales are also presented with practice suggestions. This is an excellent guide for advanced students and teachers.
Titles: Concerto in C Major, Hob. VIIb 1 (Moderato, Adagio, Allegro molto) (J. Haydn). This volume contains a few smaller pieces that could be used as warm-up exercises, but the majority of the edition is devoted to the entire Concerto in C Major, Hob. VIIb. 1, by Franz Joseph Haydn. This work is perfect for students at the intermediate/advanced level, and is a vital link to the unique teaching philosophy that is Suzuki! Volume 9 contains both the cello score and the piano accompaniment.
Titles: Concerto in B-Flat Major (Allegro moderato (Cadenza by Frederich Grützmacher), Adagio non troppo, Rondo: Allegro (Cadenza 1 by Frederich Grützmacher, Cadenza 2 by Pablo Casals)) (L. Boccherini/arr. F. Grützmacher). The final volume in the Suzuki Cello School consists of the Boccherini Concerto in B-Flat Major, Grutzmacher edition. A very special feature is the inclusion, exclusive to this edition, of the Pablo Casals cadenza for the third movement. The book also presents initial warm-up exercises and practice tips.
Six Suites arranged for Viola, by J.S. Bach. Originally written for Violoncello solo, arranged by Svecenski. Schirmer edition.
For 2 violins. Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). Edited by Irmgard Engels. Published by Edition Peters (EP4518).
These easy-to-read, progressive exercises by Joanne Martin develop a student's reading skills one stage at a time, with many repetitions at each stage. I Can Read Music is designed as a first note-reading book for students of string instruments who have learned to play using an aural approach such as the Suzuki Method®, or for traditionally taught students who need extra note reading practice. Its presentation of new ideas is clear enough that it can be used daily at home by quite young children and their parents, with the teacher checking progress every week or two.