LEMOINE , H. Practical and Theoretical Method . In two books each 4 0 7. ROSELLEN , H. Instruction Book . Op . 116 60 FOR VIOLIN : 8. ALARD , D. School for the Violin ( Enlarged Edition ) The same also in Two Parts each 60 9.
Method . Op . 30 5 0 3. CONÇONE , J. - Elementary Instruction Book . Op . 47 .. 4 0 4. ... N. B. - A New Preceptor 4 0 11. HADDOCK , G. - Practical School for the Violin ( new ) 10 6 The same , in two parts each 6 0 FOR VOICE . 12.
Tuner ; plays Piano , Violin , and Viola . ... Good knowledge of Catalogues , small goods , and book - keeping . ... A simple and practical method 50 , Euston Road , London . for the cultivation of tone , with a carefully ...
Wassmann, Karl New Violini Method Weiss, Julius Practical Violin School Wichtl, G. Violin School, Op. 96 2. EXERAbel, Ludwig School of Mechanism (2 Vol.) Six Grand Etudes (On Wagner Motives) Adelburg, A. d' Twenty~four Etudes, Op-.
Author: Alberto Bachmann
Publisher: Courier Corporation
First published in 1925, this renowned reference remains unsurpassed as a source of essential information, from construction and evolution to repertoire and technique. Includes a glossary and 73 illustrations.
Translations by Dr. Th . Baker 75 Laoureux , Nicolas net A practical method . 4 Parts : Part I. Elements of bowing and left ... 4 books : Book I Book II Book III Book IV White , Grace Studies , scales and pieces in the first position .
Release on 1917 | by Howard Payne College (Brownwood, Tex.)
Hohmanns ' Practical method for Violin , Book 1 , 2 , and 3 ; Sevik's Exercises in the first position , Part 1 ... 4-5-6 . Hohmann's Practical Violin Method , Book 4 , Schradieck's School of Violin Technic Book 1 ; Kayser's op .
Book 1 These editions are printed on stone from engraved plates on the best quality 9 ) . Op . 84. ... Book 2 . 75 VOCAL COLLECTIONS . 165 . Op . 84. Very Easy and Progressivo Studies . Book 3 . 127. ... Henning's Method for Violin .
VIOLIN . PACINI's Easy Method , 4th edition , with 36 airs .. 30 PRAEGER's Elementary and Practical Violin School . Part 1. An easy Instruction Book , with 28 Airs , 12 Duettinos , and 12 Airs , for Violin and Piano 5 Part 2.
This volume is one of the first to examine in detail the numerous violin treatises of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries . It provides a scholarly historical and technical guide to pedagogical method , technique and ...
Author: Robin Stowell
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This volume examines in detail the numerous violin treatises of the late- 18th and early-19th centuries. It provides an historical and technical guide to violin pedagogical method, technique and performance practice during this period.
Book 1 76 These editions are printed on stone from engraved plates on the best quality 9 ) . Op . 84. ... Book 3 127. Baritone and Bass Songs ... .2 00 167 . 92. Songs of England ... Complete . Op . 84. ... Henning's Method for Violin .
In november 2017 IFCM (International Federation For Choral Music) ICB (International Choral Bulletin) issued a positive review of his book New Practical Method of functional Exercises for Choir (November 2017 n. 4) by American choral ...
Author: Daniele Venturi
Publisher: Isuku Verlag
This method synthesizes a work I began in 1987 which involved several vocal ensembles. Above all, I would like to mention “Gaudium choir” to whom are dedicated most of these exercises. This method has been thought as a sort of “ideal journey” that can be done by a choir or vocal ensemble for a period of a decade at least. These exercises have been written with the aim to fill in, until a certain extent, choir-singers technical and musical deficiencies, as my choir has. Many of the singers with whom I have worked, seem to have problems in reading or learning music, in particular in memorizing texts. They were often lacking a sense of rhythm, besides having a musical ear to improve as a result of many intonation problems (ex. diatonic intervals within the same pure octave). Sometimes our amateur choirs, but also professional ones, are lacking in some important parts considered essential for a musician background however underestimated or even ignored by many choirmasters. I have decided to entitle this book: “New practical method: functional exercises for choir” because each exercise has been thought to improve a specific musical matter as vocal training, musical phrasing and intonation. Exercises are not in a progressive order, as usual, but alternately according to their musical and didactic function. The method shows a sort of “general plan” which can be followed by a choirmaster; however, it can be used also, as a kind of “Reference book”, that I wish can be useful to improve choir musical skills. In my opinion, methods that are structured according to ascending levels of difficulties, are never going to be done until the end. Usually, the simpler exercises are carefully chosen from the index by students to avoid the most difficult ones, which are obviously omitted. This necessarily means that a student will not improve as much as he could do from his initial stage of knowledge. Each exercise has been thought to solve one by one choir problems and those of a single voice. This manual is divided into four sections: the first part contains vocalizes and preparatory exercises or a series of exercises that can be learned by a group in a very short time if they are practiced with patience, constant effort and methodology. In the second section you can find “Exercises to sung reading on different tempos”. These pieces are written following the main harmonic-scheme: I-IV-I (2r) V-I of major scale and can be performed also in minor keys as all the other exercises of this method. Voices can be freely moved around to obtain various choral sounds and also many other ways to solve vocal intonation problems of a choir. When a choir-singer will have learned the basic harmonic-scheme he can concentrate on rhythm and different tempos that are going to change for each exercise. In this way, choir singer will improve his reading skills in a natural way. Third section is on “Polyphonic singing”. Based on the same harmonic-scheme, these exercises are at a higher level with a contrapuntal writing inside. Then we get to the “heart” of this method: “Practical exercises for choir”. It consists in different exercises for choral singing, using specific techniques to raise the level of the choir from both a technical and musical point of view. These techniques combine intonation as psycho-acoustic features, without forgetting a careful ear-training and an effective memorization. Each exercise should be practiced using all possible phonemes. For this reason it is necessary that the choirmaster changes consonants and vowels articulation to solve specific problems of the choir. I hope it is quite clear that the use of consonants and vowels in the exercises, as well as dynamics, are merely intended as suggestions and can be changed at any time. I wish with this method to be able to help any choir to improve and get better. One’s never have to forget that a chorus is a wonderful, but at the same time, mysterious instrument. Here you can express the deepest feelings of human beings, make closer friends, improve your temperament and much more. At last, I must say, that a choir is mainly a “school of life” that is the highest way to practice “Great music”, without forgetting that is also the most economical one! Daniele Venturi
Mastering all 24 major and minor scales can significantly improve violinists' technique. ... this book still can provide a simple and more practical method to help them better master violin scales with less cost in time and energy.
Author: HERBERT CHANG
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
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.
Many musicians use the affirmations in books and audio-books by Louise L. Hay and other motivational authors. ... on deep-breathing exercises that may help to alleviate anxiety and stress, such as the “4-7-8 breath” technique, ...
Author: Miranda Wilson
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
What does it mean to perform expressively on the cello? In Cello Practice, Cello Performance, professor Miranda Wilson teaches that effectiveness on the concert stage or in an audition reflects the intensity, efficiency, and organization of your practice. Far from being a mysterious gift randomly bestowed on a lucky few, successful cello performance is, in fact, a learnable skill that any player can master. Most other instructional works for cellists address techniques for each hand individually, as if their movements were independent. In Cello Practice, Cello Performance, Wilson demonstrates that the movements of the hands are vitally interdependent, supporting and empowering one another in any technical action. Original exercises in the fundamentals of cello playing include cross-lateral exercises, mindful breathing, and one of the most detailed discussions of intonation in the cello literature. Wilson translates this practice-room success to the concert hall through chapters on performance-focused practice, performance anxiety, and common interpretive challenges of cello playing. This book is a resource for all advanced cellists—college-bound high school students, undergraduate and graduate students, educators, and professional performers—and teaches them how to be their own best teachers.