Media : Book/CD/DVDAuthor : by Craig DuncanLevel : BeginningDate published : 1/11/2005Style : All StylesType : MethodsDescription :This text presents beginning violin technique and basic music-reading fundamentals, with an emphasis on the use of melodies and classical pieces to teach each new concept. The 28 lessons include basic technique and reading skills, scales in the keys of A, D, G, and C as well as bowing techniques such as dynamic contrast, slurs, accents, and staccato bowing. There are 47 melodies presented including works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Handel, Mozart and other classical composers. The companion CD and DVD feature all of the exercises and pieces recorded with solo violin and piano accompaniment.• Uses melodies and pieces to introduce technique and fundamentals.• Includes scales in A, D, G, and C; slurs, accents, and staccato bowing.• 47 melodies, including works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Mozart, and more.• Companion CD and DVD contains all exercises and pieces.
DescriptionThis text presents beginning violin technique and basic music-reading fundamentals, with an emphasis on the use of melodies and classical pieces to teach each new concept. The 28 lessons include basic technique and reading skills, scales in the keys of A, D, G, and C as well as bowing techniques such as dynamic contrast, slurs, accents, and staccato bowing. There are 47 melodies presented including works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Handel, Mozart and other classical composers. The companion CD features all of the exercises and pieces recorded with solo violin and piano accompaniment. •
DescriptionA comprehensive and thorough book written by the former child prodigy. Each aspect of violin playing is broken down into tiny steps. A useful book for the beginner and advcanced player alike.
Media Type : DVDLevel : Intermediate-AdvancedMusical Genre : Cajun-ZydecoLearn from a Cajun Fiddle Master himself, Hadley J. Castille, as he explains your favorite Cajun Songs!! Hadley J. Castille is one of the finest exponents of authentic South Louisiana Cajun fiddle music. Ever since his epiphany during a tour of Canada in the early 80s, Hadley J. Castille has represented a rare side of Cajun music history. While most practitioners follow the typical accordion-fiddle model, culling tunes from the standards vault, Castille´s roots are a direct link to the Cajun Swing era of the late 30s, specifically those of Cajun swing fiddle king Harry Choates. In this interactive DVD, Hadley and his band The Sharecroppers perform original and favorites as well as an explanation of how and why Hadley plays these songs. When being used as a fiddle teaching tool, this fully interactive DVD can teach both intermediate and advanced students.
Violin lessons have never been so much fun! Squawking parrots, giant footsteps, black cats and witches, seagulls, skaters and a marching band -you´ll find them all, and more in our exciting new book. As you learn the pieces, colour the pictures or draw some of your own - young player´s will love the music and the pictures, but most of all they´ll love to play.
Arrangement Violin: Rühmkorff, HeikoEditor: Steinbach, PatrickIn this volume, the folk musician Patrick Steinbach has compiled the most beautiful Irish tunes and, in addition, provides much information on the performance as well as on the style and the cultural background of Irish music. All pieces are recorded on the accompanying CD, but it is also possible to buy the appropriate piano accompaniment (The Irish Piano Book, ED 21377). Motivating repertoire for violin lessons or just for fun!Contenu - Ballydesmond Polka - The Lark in the Morning - Johnny´s Wedding - Spancil Hill - Sally Gardens - Higgins´ Hornpipe - Brian Boru´s March - Carrickfergus - Tripping up the Stairs - As I roved out - Cait Ni Duibhir - Valley of Knockanure - Strayaway Child - You´ll never deceive me again - Raggle Taggle Gypsies - Four Green Fields - Padraig O´Keeffe´s Slide - Blarney Pilgrim - Lady Gethin - Captain O´Kain
´Space It!´ is Mary Cohen´s tuneful introduction to 2nd finger spacing.It is a collection of easy well-known pieces for violin. Each tune is presented on a double-page spread in two versions: first in finger pattern one, then, at a different octave, in finger pattern two. Useful hints and fingering charts ease the pupil through each piece and brilliant ´alien´ characters are guaranteed to liven up violin lessons. This book is an ideal introduction to Scaley Monsters and offers a fun way to introduce new finger techniques .
Geigenschule fÃ¼r den AnfangInstrumentation : violinDescription : The most important aspect of the violin method ´Die frÃ¶hliche Violine´ is the fun of learning to play the violin: The textbook is aimed at an early playful beginning with the instrument. Over the course of the lessons, the pupils are deliberately addressed in a language that corresponds to their age. Furthermore, the method provides a stylistically varied range of classical and folkloristic instrumental pieces, and always gives a lot of interesting information on the music and its composers.Vol. 1: Detailed introduction to the bow hold â€´´ songs and instrumental pieces, using exclusively the first type of fingering while focussing on rhythmic, melodic and technical variety â€´´ playful touching and feeling of violin-playing techniques such as pizzicato, position playing, harmonics and double stops. Vol. 1 is accompanied by a CD (T 3272) containing all songs and pieces with funny dialogues spoken by children. A motivating addition to violin lessons and a great gift idea!Nombre de pages : 96Langue : GermanFormat : New Edition portrait
Superstart is a break-through for beginner violinists, full of exciting music and fun activities from the very first lesson to inspire and stimulate pupils and teachers. Mary Cohen is one of Britain´s leading string teachers and this new edition is a distillation of her many years of teaching and research - a core method now in one book.This book of piano accompaniments and violin duet lines is an excellent resource for lesson times or performance enabling teachers or friends and family to accompany students. Playing with accompaniment encourages good ensemble skills and really brings the pieces to life.