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George Perlman: Indian Concertino: Violin Solo

Instrumental Work | Sheet Music and Books

COMPOSER: George Perlman
PUBLISHER: De Haske Publications
INSTRUMENTATION: Violin
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Work
Study & Play is ideal for developing your playing in an enjoyable and musically sound way. Each edition within this concept features a CD to add something extra to your study routine.When you play this Concertino the CD allows you to practise at a slower study tempo, as well as the normal tempo,
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Composer George Perlman
Publisher De Haske Publications
Instrumentation Violin
Grade of Difficulty EASY-INTERMEDIATE
Number of pages 24
Product Format Instrumental Work
Description Product Type Book and CD
Year of Publication 2005
ISBN 9789043121613
Series De Haske Study and Play
No. DHP 1053792-400
Description
Study & Play is ideal for developing your playing in an enjoyable and musically sound way. Each edition within this concept features a CD to add something extra to your study routine.When you play this Concertino the CD allows you to practise at a slower study tempo, as well as the normal tempo, so that you can work on your violin playing in a more concentrated way whilst improving your insight into the music. You can continue to study in this goal-orientated way until you have achieved the desired result. Read the information about the CD carefully in order to utilise this concept to the full. The title of this piece suggests a concert situation: playing a solo partwith accompaniment. There are thousands of such works for the violin but many of these cannot be tackled until you have been playing for a considerable time. Indian Concertino enables you to gain necessary experience for this type of playing; namely having sufficient musical and technical control over your instrument whilst having the support of an accompanist during performance. This carefully chosen concertino will enrich your repertoire.
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