We use cookies to ensure the best possible browsing experience on our website. By clicking OK, you consent to our use of cookies. Click here to read more about our cookie policy. 

Mes premières études en duo pour violon

30 petites pièces mélodiques et rythmiques p violon/ 30 Short Melodic and Rhythmic Pieces For Violin

COMPOSER: Valerie Bime-Apparailly
PUBLISHER: Alphonse Leduc
PRODUCT TYPE: Book [Softcover]
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Violin
Valérie Bime-Apparailly ’s My First Studies, To Play Together for Violin. Published by the Editions Leduc, Valérie Bime-Apparailly ’s instrumental beginner books– such as ‘Je débute le violon’ and ‘Mes premières doubles cordes en chansons’ – have enjoyed overwhelming popularity since the day
€ 21,49
incl. tax
4 Low stock
Usually dispatched within 24 hours
This product cannot be ordered at the moment.
Not available in your region.
Specifications
Subtitle 30 petites pièces mélodiques et rythmiques p violon/ 30 Short Melodic and Rhythmic Pieces For Violin
Composer Valerie Bime-Apparailly
Publisher Alphonse Leduc
Instrumentation Violin
Product Type Book [Softcover]
Instrument Group Violin
Genre Tuition
Style Studies & Exercises
ISMN 9790046306839
Series Méthodes Bime-Apparailly (Leduc)
No. Pages 64
No. AL30683
Description

Valérie Bime-Apparailly’s My First Studies, To Play Together for Violin.

Published by the Editions Leduc, Valérie Bime-Apparailly’s instrumental beginner books– such as ‘Je débute le violon’ and ‘Mes premières doubles cordes en chansons’ – have enjoyed overwhelming popularity since the day they were published. This excellent educatorhere turns her attention to the delicate matter of studies: how can these pieces be made less tedious for young violinists? With a crisp, clear design enhanced by drawings and carefully crafted explanatory notes, theMyFirst Studies, To Play Together collection for Violin takes away the dreariness of these pieces, giving them, beyond their technical importance, a musical charm that appeals to 2nd and 3rd year students.

The adaptation of the Marche en rondeau, which opens Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s ‘Te Deum’, allows players to discover the subtleties of the dal segno; the author also reminds us that this tune gainedfame as the Eurovision credits song. These pieces, some of which are original, some of which borrow from the classical repertoire (Mozart, Spohr, Beethoven) or from works of great teachers like Charles de Bériot andFrédéric Berr, familiarise violinists with musical concepts as basic as syncopation or bowing indications without sacrificing the pleasure of playing music.

Attachments
    Loading
    Loading