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Dénes László, Németh Rudolf, Szász Józsefné Réger Judit: Violin ABC

Violin Tutor for beginners using children's and folksongs from all over the world

Instrumentation: Violon et piano
Collection: Instrumental ABC
Genre: Méthode
Langue: Hungarian, English, German
Pages: 124 pp
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Poids: 452 g
Date du parution: Septembre 1997
Editeur: Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 14098
ISMN: 9790080140987
Children's songs and folksongs from all over the world make up the bulk of the music material found in the Violin ABC. Added to this are excerpts from the art music of various periods, with special emphasis on Baroque dance movements.

'I am delighted to see a work on the teaching of the violin stress the importance of the preparation of our body and limbs, of our minds and our soul, independently of the instrument itself. I have always said that, ideally, I would like the preparation to be so complete and thorough and enjoyable, that when a child first picks up a violin and a bow, it will draw a clean sound.' Yehudi Menuhin