The Essential String Method: Violin - Book 1

Books | Violin

Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes
Composer: Sheila M. Nelson
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

The award winning Essential String Method offers an exciting advance in the teaching of stringed instruments, integrating musical awareness, creativity and technical development from the outset.

Making their way through the series, pupils encounter an attractive selection of new tunes and arrangements on which to build their repertoire. The material is presented as a logical progression of musical activities involving both the instrument and the voice. These make learning fun and are easily incorporated into insrumental lessons, simultaneously developing the pupil's technical and musical abilities while reinforcing aspects of the school music curriculum.

ISBN: 9780851625304
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 02 June 2000
No of pages: 28
Language: English
Catalogue No: M060105029
 
     
       
         

          Musicroom Reviews

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          5
          Bought this for my 8 year old daughter on the advice of her violin teacher. She enjoys the book and finds it easy to use.
          Anonymous - (Accrington, United Kingdom)
          5
          This method is well-paced and well-balanced: there are plenty of different activities for developing technical skills and the integration of musicianship skills right from the very start is just what is needed for the well-rounded development of a beginner musician - not just someone who can play notes on an instrument! I highly recommend this series and often use it with adults (so long as they don't mind cartoons and big print!).
          Anonymous - (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
          5
          I really like this book. It is aimed at the primary school aged learner and provides a very solid but fun introduction to violin playing. It contains lots of pictures, games and singing exercises which encourages good technique in a non-boring way and encourages the development of musicianship right from the beginning. It is well structured, is not too wordy and is well laid out, attractive but concise.
          Violin Anna - (Wimbledon, United Kingdom)

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