Team Strings: Viola (Book/CD)

Books and CDs | Viola

Catalogue No: 0571528015
Series: Team Strings
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

Suitable for use by individuals, as well as tutors working with student ensembles, the Team Strings series has been developed to introduce musicians to playing as part of a group. All of the books in the series are fully integrated, allowing students using Team Strings to play in ensembles with students using Team Woodwind, Team Brass, Team Percussion and Team Recorder.

Team Strings: Viola is a flexible and adaptable course ideal for beginner Viola players. The tutor can be tailored to suit the specific needs of each student. Each piece is carefully graded to ensure a logical progression at a sensible pace and students are introduced to a wide variety of musical styles throughout the book. Team Strings has been specially written to support almost any combination of string instruments that the teacher may encounter. Imaginative Piano Accompaniments have been provided as well as helpful notes and clear ensemble scores to aid the teacher. Team Strings also includes all of the scales for the relevant grades set by the major examination boards.

This volume comes complete with a CD of backing tracks designed to add a third dimension to practice sessions or performance when an accompanist is not available.

ISBN: 9780571528011
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 29 April 2014
Language: English
Publisher: Faber Music
 
     
       
         

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          It great the way for very early a beginner can play with different instruments so developing ensemble skills as well
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          Confirmed purchase: 23 September 2015
          Published on: 07 October 2015

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