Edited by Carter Enyeart & J. Klingenberg. For cello. First printing. Includes preface and notes about the editor. Volume 1 contains Nos. 1-34. Volume 2 contains Nos. 35-62.
This collection was used as a standard work for cello lessons at the Paris Conservatoire in the 19th century. This new edition marks any departures from the original edition and useful tips and practice
Progressive exercises, with instructions and suggestions, provide an opportunity for cellists to improve their technique. Finally available for cello, the expertly crafted Dounis method is an overdue and
From the author of the popular ABCs of Strings method, Janice Tucker Rhoda's Complete Technique for Cello suits the advanced beginner to upper level student wishing to learn or improve
Fit in 15 Minutes is aimed at musicians who do not play much, who never have enough time and wish to maintain and improve their cello technique in a concentrated and efficient quarter-hour. The
This useful edition includes sections on trills, arpeggios, scales, and thumb position.
This newly edited publication prepares beginning and intermediate cellists for Popper's much more challenging, yet essential Op. 73 "High School."
Edited by Daniel Morganstern. For cello. Re-release featuring a new introduction and new fingerings. Score, 59 p.
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