Published March 1985
by Alfred Publishing Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
By Kenneth Henderson and Albert Stoutamire. 2nd Violin Book. Strings Are Fun is made up of program pieces which are easy to play and are full-sounding, harmonized arrangements. It can be used throughout the first year of string instrument instruction. Strings Are Fun, Level 1: 1st Violin Book By Kenneth Henderson and Albert Stoutamire. 1st Violin Book. Strings Are Fun is made up of program pieces which are easy to play and are full-sounding, harmonized arrangements. It can be used throughout the first year of string instrument ry: String Orchestra Collection. The second is Strings Are Fun, and a third book, only slightly more advanced, is Bow, Pick, 'n' Rock. The first two books are made up of program pieces which are easy to play and are full-sounding, harmonized arrangements. Both can be used throughout the first year of string instrument instruction. Published for 1st violin, 2nd violin, viola, cello and bass, and ry: String Orchestra Collection. Strings Are Fun is made up of program pieces which are easy to play and are full-sounding, harmonized arrangements. It can be used throughout the first year of string instrument instruction. The notes required to play each arrangement are given at the top of each piece.
All for Strings is a comprehensive three-volume method surrounded by a wealth of supplementary materials for teaching and performance. This complete curriculum covers virtually every aspect of beginning through intermediate string study, emphasizing technical skills, rhythmic understanding, and quality musical experiences/5. All For Strings - Theory Workbook 1 for Violin by Gerald E Anderson and Robert S Frost $; Suzuki Violin School Method Book and CD, Volume 1, Performed by Preucil $; All For Strings Comprehensive String Method - Book 2 for Violin by Gerald E Anderson and Robert S Frost $ Essential Elements for Strings — Book 1 (with EEi) Essential Elements for Strings Book 1 offers beginning students sound pedagogy and engaging music, all carefully paced to successfully start young players on their musical journey. Benefits of SFE Fun and Easy. Kids (and adults) LOVE it! Students experience fast success because of the extremely gentle learning curve.; The music on the CDs is varied, playful and motivating.; Hear some Samples» Inspired by Suzuki principles The recognized success of the Suzuki approach has proven the power of real music, a listening component, and parental involvement.
Level: | Duration: THE PURPOSE This book was written to provide music that will function: 1. As a method for the string teacher who has his or her own teaching concepts and simply wants accessible music for the students to play and read. This book seeks to reinforce each teacher’s individual style without presenting contradictory or excessive Brand: Del Borgo, Elliot (). EE Strings Home EE Band EE Interactive EE Strings Book 1 EE Strings Book 2 EE Strings Book 3 EE Strings Advanced Technique EE Correlated Materials EE Correlated Arrangements EE Favorites For teachers everywhere, Essential Elements has continued as the standard of string pedagogy. Like any academic books, it is always necessary to read a good book by level to start with the basics before moving on to a more advanced stage. Let’s start with the best violin books for beginners: What are the Best Violin Books for Beginners? All For Strings Book 1: Violin by Robert Frost and Gerald Anderson. Stanley Fletcher,New Tunes for Strings, Book 1: 1 Octave A Major Scale: Paul Roland, Prelude to String Playing: 1 Octave D Major Scale: Robert Pracht, Album of Easy Pieces, Op. 12 (Especially Hungarian and Scherzo) 2 Octave G Major Scale and Arpeggio: Bonnie Greene, Blue Book of Violin Tunes: Doflein, Violin Method, Book 1.