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.
A course of violin instruction combined with musical theory and practice in duet-playing.
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.
Cello method. Composed by Justus Johann Friedrich Dotzauer. Edited by J Klingenberg. String Solo. Published by G. Schirmer 9x12 inches. For unaccompanied cello.
Volume 2. Composed by Justus Johann Friedrich Dotzauer. Edited by Johannes Klingenberg. Classical. Softcover.Published by Carl Fischer.
Composed by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904). Edited by Jonathan Del Mar. Stapled. Critical report. Opus 104. 58 pages. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA9045-40). 24 x 17 cm inches. Key: B minor. Text Language: English.
Violin and Piano. Composed by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904). Arranged by Rok Klopcic. String Solo. Classical Period. Set of performance parts (includes separate pull out violin part). With introductory text. 14 pages. Published by G. Schirmer (HL50482590). 9x12 inches.
Composed by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904). In a folder. Set of parts. Opus 74. 7/7/7 pages.
Violin and Piano. Composed by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904). Edited and with a preface by Iacopo Cividini. This edition: Urtext edition. Opus 53. 31 x 24.3 cm inches. Key: a minor.
Op. 12, 15 (Two Books), 16 (Two Books), 18, 20, 21, 27, 29, 30. Composed by Demetrius Constantine Dounis. The Dounis Collection. Instructional book. With bowings, fingerings and introductory text. 303 pages. Published by Carl Fischer (BF16). 9x12 inches.
Dounis was one of the most prominent violin pedagogues of the twentieth century. He was revered for his intense concern for the proper ergonomics of violin playing as well as the emphasis on the role of the brain, not just the fingers in appropriate violin practicing and playing. The eleven books that make up this anthology are the most comprehensive collection ever published of this master's works. It includes clearly edited material as well as content that have not been in print for decades. This 290-page book features an insightful foreword to help string players understand the master's approach as well as to give the reader a historical perspective. A must for the serious violin player!
Composed by Edward Elgar (1857-1934), Opus 85. Edited by Jonathan Del Mar. Arranged by Edward Elgar. Piano Reduction. This edition: Urtext edition.
Methode du Jeune Violoncelliste - The Young Violoncellist's Method. By L.R. Feuillard. Published by Delrieu
Exercises for the left hand and bow. Trills, Scales, Arpeggios, Double stopping etc. • 1st Part: Exercises in the neck positions • 2nd Part: Exercises in the whole compass of the cello • 3rd Part: Exercises in the thumb positions • 4th Part: Double stopping • 5th Part: Bowing Exercises • Examples from each of the five parts should be studied daily. The exercises should be practised slowly at first gradually increasing the speed. Care should be taken that they are played very evenly.
Composed by Carl Flesch. Edited by Max Rostal. Scales. Instructional book. Introductory text and instructional text. 142 pages. Published by Carl Fischer
Flesch Scale System for the Viola, arranged by Charlotte Karman under the auspices of Carl Flesch. Scale Exercises in All Major and Minor Keys for Daily Study. Published by Fischer.
Composed by Cesar Auguste Franck (1822-1890). Edited by Douglas Woodfull-Harris. Arranged by Douglas Woodfull-Harris. 31 x 24.3 cm inches. Text language: English, German, French. Introduction by Gudula Schutz.
Cesar Franck's Sonata for Piano and Violin is one of the most treasured works in the violin repertoire, a masterpiece of cyclic form with a gracefulness and expressive force almost paradigmatic for the age of musical Romanticism. This work was composed in 1886 and was dedicated to the Belgian violinist and composer Eugene Ysaye.
After Franck's death in 1890 the original publisher of the Sonata, the Parisian house Julien Hamelle, announced an arrangement of the work for viola, but it has not been possible to locate any copy of this publication. The present arrangement for viola is largely based on Jules Delsart's arrangement for piano and cello, the only version of the Sonata which the composer authorized. However, the viola part here also adopts extensive passages in their original register or remains in the middle octave, especially in those passages where the cello lies two octaves beneath the violin. Being set in the alto register, the part thus lies between the other two string versions, lending the Sonata a delightful hybrid hue beyond the brilliance of the violin and the sonorousness of the cello. The piano part has been left intact and is thus identical to that of the original version. The edition is rounded off by an informative text on the genesis and reception history of the Sonata.
Years in preparation, In 27 Pieces: the Hilary Hahn Encores presents the 27 works from 27 composers written for the 2013 recording of the same title. The publication has been closely edited by Hilary Hahn.
Ms. Hahn writes, “I was intrigued by the future of the genre and how composers might wish to redefine the form. When I pictured a novel set of favorite miniatures catching on – pieces crafted by today's minds – the idea of a commissioned-encores project planted itself in my head.”
Twenty-six composers of various ages and nationalities agreed to create pieces for the project, following the guidelines set forth. “I gave them two parameters: each piece should be under five minutes and for acoustic violin and piano.” The twenty-seventh work came from a competition, with more than four hundred entries which were reviewed by Ms. Hahn through a blind process before one piece was chosen.
“Every one of these encores was fresh, free of interpretive tradition, and each spoke a different language. My initial process was full of trial and error. I broke down techniques and phrases until I understood them on the most fundamental levels. Often, I was pushed well past my limits. As the music came into its own, however, the pieces metamorphosed into brilliant, powerful, scintillating, beautiful works of art. They compelled me to discover new layers of expression.”
Included are composer biographies and commentary from each composer about her or his encore.
CONTENTS: Franghiz Ali-Zadeh (b. 1947) Impulse • Somei Satoh (b. 1947) Bifü (Breeze) • Du Yun (b. 1977) When a Tiger Meets a Rosa Rugosa • David Lang (b. 1957) light moving • Bun-Ching Lam (b. 1954) Solitude d'automne • Paul Moravec (b. 1957) Blue Fiddle • Antón García Abril (b. 1933) Tercer Suspiro (Third Sigh) • Avner Dorman (b. 1975) Memory Games • David Del Tredici (b. 1937) Farewell • Mason Bates (b. 1977) Ford's Farm • Einojuhani Rautavaara (1928-2016) Whispering• Gillian Whitehead b. (1941) Törua • Richard Barrett (b. 1959) shade • Jennifer Higdon (b. 1962) Echo Dash • Christos Hatzis (b. 1953) Coming To • Jeff Myers (b. 1977) The Angry Birds of Kauai • Mark-Anthony Turnage (b. 1960) Hilary's Hoedown • Valentin Silvestrov (b. 1937) Two Pieces • Kala Ramnath (b. 1967) Aalap and Tarana • Lera Auerbach (b. 1973) Speak, Memory • Tina Davidson (b. 1952) Blue Curve of the Earth • Elliott Sharp (b. 1951) Storm of the Eye • Michiru Oshima (b. 1961) Memories • James Newton Howard (b. 1951) 133...At Least. • Nico Muhly (b. 1981) Two Voices • Søren Nils Eichberg (b. 1973) Levitation • Max Richter (b. 1966) Mercy.
Composed by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Edited by Philipp Hinnenthal. Urtext edition. Paperback. Baroque. Full score and set of performance parts. With solo part, basso continuo part, keyboard realization, performance notes and introductory text. 142 pages. 9x12 inches. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag.
First ever performing edition of the complete works for violin and basso continuo in one volume. Separate violin and basso continuo parts. Basso continuo part with figures. Includes two movements not available in any other performing edition. Preface by Terence Best with valuable information on the sources, their origins and genesis as well as performance practice comments.
Violoncello Concerto in C Major by Franz Joseph Haydn, Hob. VIIb: 1. Publisher is G. Henle, with piano reduction.
The Heifetz Collection - Transcriptions & Cadenzas for Violin and Piano, by Jascha Heifetz.
Compilation and introductory Notes by Eric Wen. Foreword by Itzhak Perlman. Published by Fischer.
Violin Method. Composed by Jan Hrimaly (1844-1915). Instructional book. 40 pages. Published by G. Schirmer. 9x12 inches.
For unaccompanied violin.
Composed by Dmitri Kabalevsky (1904-1987). Composed 1948. With solo part, standard notation, bowings, fingerings and piano reduction. . Op. 48. 47 pages. 9x12 inches.
A must-have for the serious violin student, these famous exercises are standard repertoire for the intermediate to early advanced player. Edited by Singer.