A Flying Start For Strings - Violin 1

Books | Violin

Publisher: Flying Strings
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
This elementary Violin tutor has been designed specially for young children working either in individual tuition or same-instrument groups.

Starting with your first notes and techniques, building to melodies that span the full first position, this book is the ideal tutor system for the young. Each exercise is based on a well-known nursery rhyme or tune, helping all students to discover rhythm and music-reading with ease.
ISBN: 9781876611378
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 24 March 2006
No of pages: 56
Language: English
Catalogue No: FLY037
 
     
       

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        Easy to read
        10.0
        Quality of content
        9.5
        Value for money
        9.5
        Overall rating
        9.5
        Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
        9 out of 10

        Karolina

        GB
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        Confirmed purchase: 31 January 2017
        Published on: 15 February 2017
        10 out of 10

        Deborah

        London GB Professional violin teacher
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        This is an excellent book to use with younger students, starting with basic rhythms written without pitches and then moving onto notation written on the stave. There are often words for the tunes so you can sing them together, and pictures that can be coloured in.
        The front cover needs a makeover and there really ought to be an accompanying CD.
        Confirmed purchase: 17 April 2015
        Published on: 03 May 2015

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        5
        Great first music book!
        Anonymous - (Greenock, United Kingdom)
        5
        The best introduction to playing the violin I have found, very clear and uncluttered. The sort of book that parents will find possible to support well. Every time a new note is introduced it appears as a very clear pattern at the top of the page, and the notes are large enough for even very young children to read easily.
        Anonymous - (Rickmansworth, United Kingdom)

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