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All For Strings Theory

Author : Gerald Anderson
ISBN : 0849732468
Genre : Music
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Core Music Theory For String Players

Author : Celine Gietzen
ISBN : 1942638035
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Author : R.R. Bowker Company
ISBN : UOM:39015054035236
Genre : American literature
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Beginner Violin Theory And Sight Reading For Children Book One

Author : MELANIE SMITH-DODERAI
ISBN : 9781619116658
Genre : Music
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Book 1 in the Melanie Smith violin sight reading series introduces students to theory concepts which are fundamental for sight reading with efficiency and ease. Book 1 will begin by covering theory involving note duration, note identification, musical terminology and key signatures. Section 2 will focus on theory concepts and sight reading exercises for individual and paired string combinations. Included as well in this section are listening samples and guided questions to allow for extensions beyond this workbook. Section 3 includes a comprehensive review of all instructional concepts covered in this book. Includes access to online audio

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ISBN : UOM:39015040453477
Genre : Bowed stringed instruments
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24 Keys Scales And Arpeggios For Violin

Author : Richard Moran
ISBN : 9781446116180
Genre : Art
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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.

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025888517
Genre : American literature
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The A To Z Of Music Theory Fundamentals

Author : Stephen T. Zolper
ISBN : 9781478634416
Genre : Music
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As the title implies, this versatile workbook covers every possible topic for a one-semester introductory theory course. The greatest value, however, is its efficient, effective approach. By using a simplified process, technically challenging topics such as scales, intervals, and chords are more quickly learned through pattern recognition rather than a reliance on procedure. Topics are presented using this concise, no-nonsense approach. Newly learned musical techniques become quickly ingrained and are continually linked to musical expression. The book is accessible for the novice and engaging for the musically experienced. Unlike other texts, it provides an approachable methodology that gradually advances readers toward a working knowledge of harmony. The book is distinguished in how both melody and harmony are explored in view of particular musical effects. Zolper’s approach offers students an exciting guide to streamlined mastery of basic theory while bringing to light a wealth of musical discoveries. The A to Z website presents sound clips of musical examples and featured compositions in addition to supplemental activities for additional practice.

Guide To Teaching Strings

Author : Norman Lamb
ISBN : UVA:X006097401
Genre : Music
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The Guide to Teaching Strings is a comprehensive text designed to provide the instrumental music teacher with an introduction to the history, repertoire, and performance practice of each of the strings. For each of the strings, The Guide provides a brief history of the instrument, bow, case, and accessories. It furnishes criteria for the selection of instruments and techniques for performance, with teaching procedures for each of the four instrument groups from the initial training of the beginner through the performance practice of the accomplished student. In sum, The Guide is a strings methods text that will serve teachers and performers throughout their careers.

Strings Resource Guide

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105114060010
Genre : Plucked instruments
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