Serial shifting for the Violin presents shifting exercises in rows and patterns. The first part of the book consists of studies in first through third positions, while the second part of the book works on shifting through fourth position, and the book concludes with exercises through fifth position.
Third Position for the Violin, Book OneC.\Harvey#Publications - With a systematic approach that includes a strong emphasis on shifting, Third Position for the Violin, Book One is a valuable addition to the violin teaching repertoire. This book teaches the third position on the violin through exercises and relevant short pieces, each designed to teach a specific concept.
This book is a step-by-step method for introducing a student to third position in the least daunting way. This book can be studied along with Third Position Study Book for the Violin, Book One.
Double Stop Beginnings for the Violin, Book OneC.\Harvey#Publications - This is an exciting introduction to basic double stop playing on the violin. As the book is studied, the student can learn how to hear the notes blend in double stops and work on a smooth tone from the bow. This book works well alongside playing in Keys for Violin, Book One, and can be followed by Double Stop Beginnings for the Violin, Book Two.
. Double stops are also a great way to build finger strength, preparing the violinist for shifting and vibrato. Exercises and short fiddle tunes are used to teach specific violin double stop techniques, crossing strings to double stops, such as reading two notes together, and finger spacing within the key of D major.
Double Stop Beginnings for the Violin, Book One - Using only first position and focusing on double stop sixths, the book is laid out in ten short sections.
Third Position Study Book for Violin, Book OneC.\Harvey#Publications - By having the violin student stay in third position and play across the strings, the full possibilities of the position are taught and explored. This book is intended for use with an instructor. This book supplements third position for the Violin, Book One with exercises and short pieces that focus on increasing proficiency in third position.
Finger Exercises for Violin, Book OneC.Harvey Publications - The book is useful for basic daily training that can work along with a method or repertoire. While not intended for a complete beginner, the exercises can be played by advanced-beginning students who know first position notes on all four strings. These exercises have distilled pure technique into short studies that can help improve your first-position playing in just a few minutes a day.
With sections that focus on "high second finger", and "high third finger", "low second finger", these studies are a great way to build muscle memory and work on intonation. Note: this book is not a method for beginners; it is an exercise book for violinists who know how to read and play the notes in first position.
Finger Exercises for Violin, Book One - Each exercise focuses on a pattern that can be used to help your fingers feel less awkward in first position. If you want faster fingers on the violin, playing one or two of these Finger Exercises is a great way to build your technique and improve your finger speed. Finger exercises for the violin, book One presents a series of exercises that train the first or second-year violinist’s left hand in strength and agility in first position.
Double Stop Beginnings for the Violin, Book TwoC.\Harvey#Publications - With a focus on thirds, intonation, the book also works on reading two notes at once, and agility. Exercises are followed by short pieces and fiddle tunes that use the concepts that were just taught. Double stops in this book help the violinist build a stronger left hand, and help cement a knowledge of finger patterns in D major.
Double stop beginnings for the Violin, Book Two continues where book one finished, teaching more double stops in the key of D major. This book could be followed by Octaves for the Violin, Book One.
Second Position for the ViolinC.\Harvey#Publications - This book teaches the second position on the violin through exercises and relevant short pieces, each designed to teach a specific concept. This book can be followed by G Major Shifting for the Violin. With a systematic approach through the various finger spacing patterns, Second Position for the Violin is a valuable addition to the violin teaching repertoire.
. This book is a step-by-step method for introducing a student to second position in the least daunting way.
Finger Exercises for the Violin, Book TwoC.\Harvey#Publications - Do you want faster fingers and better intonation? Do you want to improve muscle memory and overall facility on the violin? This book can help!Using eight separate sections, this book gives you short warm-up exercises that focus on specific finger patterns. Improve your violin playing today with these essential technical studies!
These studies will help you prepare for the complicated finger patterns in repertoire and pieces and will help you develop faster fingers on the violin. The overall focus of the book is on high and low first finger and high and low fourth finger. All of the exercises are in first position.
Third and Fifth Position - Introducing the Positions for Violin: Volume 1Rubank Publications - The most important positions vary for each instrument, and Whistler wisely introduces the most-used positions first in Volume 1, followed by the next most important in Volume 2. An irreplaceable component for every string student's training! Introducing the Positions, a series widely used in classroom and private studio, represents a critical next step for string students.
Size: 12" x 9". An irreplaceable component for every string student's training! 56 pages. String Method. Position playing allows players to extend range beyond the basics and move into the ranks of intermediate and advanced ensemble groups. Author: harvey S. Introducing the positions, a series widely used in classroom and private studio, represents a critical "next step" for string students.
Third and Fifth Position - Introducing the Positions for Violin: Volume 1 - Whistler. Isbn: 1423444876.
The Two Octaves Book for ViolinC.\Harvey#Publications - It includes numerous bowing and rhythmic variations to train both the left and right hands for the intermediate violinist, bringing a challenging variety to daily practice. Combined with a shifting book, such as Serial Shifting for the Violin, this book can help violinists hone their technique to easily surmount the difficulties found in intermediate repertoire.
An irreplaceable component for every string student's training! Introducing the Positions, a series widely used in classroom and private studio, represents a critical next step for string students. The two octaves book for violin is a complete study of major and minor scales, arpeggios, and broken thirds in two octaves.
The Two Octaves Book for Violin - Isbn: 1423444876. 56 pages. Size: 12" x 9". Author: harvey S. Whistler.
60 Studies, Op. 45 Complete: Schirmer Library of Classics Volume 2046 Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics - Franz WohlfahrtHal Leonard - The wohlfahrt Op. 45 studies are a mainstay of violin study. Title: 60 etudes for violin, op 45 completecomposer: franz WohlfahrtArranger: Editor: BlayPublisher: SchirmerInstrumentation: ViolinParts Included: ViolinAdditional Information: Includes both book 1 and book 2. An irreplaceable component for every string student's training! Introducing the Positions, a series widely used in classroom and private studio, represents a critical next step for string students.
Size: 12" x 9". 56 pages. Isbn: 1423444876. Author: harvey S. Book 1 50256580 and book 2 50256590 are bestsellers in the Schirmer Library. Whistler. The entire set, books 1 and 2 combined, is available in this new complete publication. String.