Edited by Fulvio Luciani. For violin. First printing. A set of 12 challenging etudes. Introduction and critical notes in Italian. Score, 85 p.
To this day, Pierre Rode's “Caprices” are a milestone in every violinist's education conservatory level. This Urtext edition offers detailed text regarding source material and historical
Dont, Kreutzer, Rode: three of the most prominent violin pedagogues of the nineteenth century are united here in one volume. At the outset of the nineteenth century, Rodolphe Kreutzer and Pierre Rode each
Henry Schradieck chose the modest designation “studies” for his exercises. Their musical substance, however, goes far beyond that of a study. They are character pieces which get their
Published in early 1806, Kreutzer's “40 Études ou Caprices” for violin are the product of his years-long employment at the Conservatoire de Paris. Their systematic and complete
This revision of Sitt's Studies is meant to help learn a rational fingering and bowing method. Several studies are preceded by preparatory excercises to help with pitch, quality of sound, and using the
A Festival of Violin & Fiddle Styles presents 23 styles and is full of right- and left-hand techniques, exercises, and advice designed to help violinists, violists and cellists step into
Edited by Jaroslav Foltyn. For violin. Preface in Ger., Cz. ... view details
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The mastery of scales and scale patterns has long been established as the best way to improve technical abilitiy. This collection focuses on what is most common in the study of classical music: core major
This violin technique book will suit intermediate- to upper-level students wishing to learn or improve their left-hand and right-arm bow skills. Starting in first position, and proceeding carefully through
Demetrius Constantine Dounis, one of the most prominent violin pedagogues of the twentieth century, was revered for his intense concern for the proper ergonomics of violin playing along with his emphasis on