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Early Start on the Viola, vol. 2: a viola method for children age four and older. 9790006539291

Early Start on the Viola, vol. 2: a viola method for children age four and older

Bärenreiter. 2010

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  • EAN: 9790006539291
  • ISBN: 979-0-006-53929-1
  • Editorial: Bärenreiter
  • Fecha de edición: 2010
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Dimensiones: 21x29
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Nº páginas: 64

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For more than three decades The Sassmannshaus Tradition has been one of the leading violin methods for children in German-speaking countries. In fact, more than half a million players have successfully learned to play the violin using this method.

The Sassmannhaus Tradition in now available in English and has been adapted, both in content and songs, for today's English speaking children.

What makes this violin method so unique?
-Large print notes and texts as well as many colorful illustrations are ideal for pre-school as well as school children.
-Note reading is emphasized from the first lesson, encouraging ensemble playing from the very beginning.
-Songs and scales in different positions are easily mastered within the first year of playing to ensure that children are not confined to first position playing.
-Advanced violin techniques such as varied bow strokes and shifting are introduced in a basic form.

CONTENIDO:

Preface
The third finger is the tonic
Triads in F major, C major and G major
Songs with the new finger pattern
The dotted quarter note
The second finger changes between high and low positions
The first finger is the tonic
Triads in D major, A major and E major
Songs with the new finger pattern
Changing between high and low finger positions
The three finger patterns
Playing in different positions with the three patterns
Double stops
The second finger is the tonic
Triads in E-flat major, B-flat major and F major
Songs with the new finger patterns
Sixteenth notes
The first finger changes between high and low positions
F major notes in first position
Exercises and pieces in F major
Major and minor scales and arpeggios across four strings



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