Viva Vibrato! For Cello

Books | Cello

Catalogue No: KJ16028
Series: Viva Vibrato
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Viva Vibrato! is exciting, innovative, and revolutionary in its approach to teaching vibrato. There has never been anything like it before. Its upbeat style and dialogue, and contemporary design, gently guides students through a five-section curriculum: Vibrato Readiness, The Birth of a Vibrato, The Developing Vibrato, The Maturing Vibrato, The Artistic Vibrato. All teachers of string instruments will find this course user friendly. The course includes Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass, Piano Accompaniment, Teacher's Manual and Score.
ISBN: 9780849733734
No of pages: 28
Language: English
Publisher: Kjos Music Company
 
     
       
         

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          Easy to read
          3.0
          Quality of content
          3.0
          Value for money
          3.0
          Overall rating
          3.0
          Scores 3.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
          3 out of 10

          Jane

          GB Cello Teacher
          +
          Once you know how to do a basic vibrato, the later pieces are useful for improving your technique.
          It's difficult to see what the physical movements are for the initial exercises, as there is only one black and white photo per exercise and it's quite small - could have done with either more or clearer pictures or some arrows to indicate direction of the movement required. (I'm a cello teacher and this book confused both me and my students!)
          Confirmed purchase: 12 February 2016
          Published on: 28 February 2016

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          I think this book exemplifies that it is very difficult to teach vibrato in a book. For many of the movements described by the text and photographs, I had no real idea whether I was doing what the authors intended, so without being sure of the basic vibrato technique, the written exercises in the book became somewhat redundant. The book might have been more useful if it had linked to some demonstration videos on the internet. I have learned more about vibrato technique from videos freely available on YouTube than I have done from this book.
          Anonymous - (Cambridge, United Kingdom)

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