Sevcik Cello Studies: School Of Bowing Technique Part 1

Books | Cello

Catalogue No: BOE003544
Composer: Otakar Sevcik
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Sevcik Cello Studies are a superb collection of exercises to help develop bowing style, accuracy, rhythms and wrist speed/strength. Part 1 of Op.2 of this excellent series covers: How to hold the bow, Movements of the bow, Dividing the bow-length, Staccato and Legato, Detached and hopping styles of bowing, Dynamic changes, spiccato and arpeggios.
ISBN: 9780711997165
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
No of pages: 24
Language: English
Publisher: Bosworth
 
     
       
         

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          9.0
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          9.0
          Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
          9 out of 10

          Deryn

          GB Professional cellist and teacher
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          An excellent introduction to intensive bow technique practice - no stone left unturned! It can be used from an early stage of learning (around grade 3), and remains suitable up to advanced levels of playing. I have been using this with my students for many years, and still use it myself along with the other bowing technique books in this series.
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          Confirmed purchase: 31 August 2016
          Published on: 23 September 2016

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          4
          As an adult beginner, I realise how important bowing technique is but I was at a loss to find exercises to improve. At first glance, I am sure this book will be excellent but I will need the advice of a teacher in order to put the exercises into practice; as a novice,it is not completely clear on how I should set about the exercises as explanations are minimal. However, this is true of many music technique books and I think it will seem quite straightforward once I have talked it through with my tutor.
          Anonymous - (Devon, United Kingdom)