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Chamber Music Method for Strings

Instrumentation: Catalogue
Langue: Hungarian, English, German
Pages: 4 pp
Format: A/4
Editeur: Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 80012
The volumes of Chamber Music Method for Strings gradually introduce those learning string instruments to the art of playing in a chamber ensemble, while providing a cross-section of chamber music for strings covering more than four centuries. The works included in the four volumes have been selected by the outstanding cello teacher Árpád Pejtsik, who has huge experience as both a musician and an educator. He has supplied each volume with an informative guide, which not only helps young musicians to understand the general issues relating to a stylistically faithful way of performance, but also renders an analysis of the works from a practical aspect. In addition, with some useful advice it helps students to put into practice what has been learnt. Through these volumes Pejtsik would like to convince those who are learning or have learnt to play that chamber music is not a privilege of concert musicians, but that anyone can share the joy of playing together, which cannot be compared to anything else and which can be already enjoyed after 3-4 years of learning an instrument.

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