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Pejtsik Árpád: Violoncello-ABC

Instrumentation: Violoncello and Piano
Collection: Instrumental ABC
Genre: Méthode
Langue: Hungarian, English, German
Pages: 116 pp
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Poids: 415 g
Date du parution: Août 1998
Editeur: Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 14177
ISMN: 9790080141779
This is one of the most successful volumes in the series. Árpád Pejtsik’s ABC does not seek to alter or influence teachers’ ideas about methodology, it simply offers colourful, attractive musical material, clearly grouped, which enables teachers to use the pieces in whatever order they wish. The musical material consists of children’s songs, folk songs and duets and pieces with piano accompaniment ranging from musical memories of the Middle Ages to music of the present century. The duets are intended to enable pupil and teacher to make music together regularly; the cello trios at the end of the volume allow learners to play chamber music together. The textual instructions are supplied in three languages: German, English and Hungarian.