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Scales in First Position for Violin

Author : Harvey S. Whistler
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This excellent scale book for beginning and intermediate violinists covers all keys up to three sharps/flats and their relative minors. Exercises are made interesting (and effective) with the use of numerous formats, including: *Slurred, staccato, detached and detache bowings *Rhythmic exercises in all time signatures for both scales and arpeggios *Long tone scales for tone study *Scales in broken thirds and broken sixths Also includes a full page each of daily scale exercises and chromatic exercises.

First Position Scale Studies for the Violin Book One

Author : Cassia Harvey
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Easily digestible violin scales with abundant variations.

Scale Studies for the Violin

Author : Henry Schradieck
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Violin Scale Study Book 1

Author : neal crowley
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The Strad

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Daily Scale Exercises for Violin

Author : HERBERT CHANG
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Designed to help people master all 24 major and minor scales. In this book, first, all the violin scales are re-organized to be more simple, practical, and easy to learn. Then all the fingerings of the single-stop scales are classified into only a few basic patterns. When practicing, violinists can study these fingering patterns first and then use them to play all 24 scales easily. Finally, all the fingerings of the double-stop scales are also re-edited to make them as simple as possible. with this approach, the process of learning violin scales is much easier than before.

24 Keys Scales and Arpeggios for Violin

Author : Richard Moran
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Making music is all about patterns. 24 Keys is designed to help you learn the unique fingering pattern that makes up each key quickly and easily through learning scales and arpeggios, and through practice exercises. It provides a unique visual guide to learning the position of the fingers in each key, so that you can make each second of practice count. We never sacrifice traditional notation. Each Scale and Arpeggio page in the book includes the traditional notation for each scale and arpeggio on the left, with our unique 'Grid' complementing it on the right. The correct fingering to use is shown in both traditional notation, and on 'The Grid'. Bowing is indicated as usual in traditional notation. Our specially written Exercises concentrate on cementing intonation, and are a fun way to solidify Scales and Arpeggios. Some of our Exercises are traditional 'Solo' exercises, some are written as duets for student and teacher, or student and student.

Hokum Theory and Scales for Fiddle Tunes and Fiddle Improvisation

Author : LEON GRIZZARD
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This book is written to accomplish three purposes: (1) to teach music theory and scales as applied to fiddle tunes in the American and Celtic traditions; (2) to teach fiddle improvisation; and (3) to present additional material to help the fiddler who wants to play in other popular styles. Addresses major, minor and blues scales, diminished chords and more. Useful to any instrumentalist, this is not just another collection of licks, nor is it a book of transcriptions. This book teaches the theoretical framework of fiddle tunes and of fiddle soloing; the scales and arpeggios that fiddlers actually use, whether they know it or not. If you improvise or play variations on tunes now, this book will help you understand what works and why.

Teaching of Instrumental Music

Author : Professor Emeritus of Music Education at University of Illinois and Adjunct Professor of Music Education Richard Colwell
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This book introduces music education majors to basic instrumental pedagogy for the instruments and ensembles most commonly found in the elementary and secondary curricula. This text focuses on the core competencies required for teacher certification in instrumental music. The first section of the book focuses on essential issues for a successful instrumental program: objectives, assessment and evaluation, motivation, administrative tasks, and recruiting and scheduling (including block scheduling). The second section devotes a chapter to each wind instrument plus percussion and strings, and includes troubleshooting checklists for each instrument. The third section focuses on rehearsal techniques from the first day through high school.

Scales in First Position for Violin

Author : Harvey Samuel Whistler
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