Mark Wood: Electrify Your Strings (Book and CD)

Books and CDs | Violin

Catalogue No: HL02500716
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Finally – a method that teaches violinists how to improvise! Plug in and take your violin on a journey beyond the world of classical music with Mark Wood and Electrify Your Strings.

With instruction right out of Mark's famous music education program, you'll learn about improvising solo and rhythm parts, modern string techniques, playing in a band, buying electric gear, and much, much more!

Plus, there's valuable information not just for students, but for string teachers and school musical directors alike so they can rock their orchestras!

A CD is included with recorded examples plus jam tracks in different styles and previously unreleased material.
ISBN: 9781575607436
Published on: 03 March 2008
No of pages: 102
Language: English
Publisher: Hal Leonard
 
     
       

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        10 out of 10

        Julie

        Monmouthshire GB Mum with musical daughters
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        This is a great book for someone starting out on electric violin. Very good explanation, great bowing exercises and easy to understand. I would highly recommend.
        Would suggest you need to be atleast grade 3 standard, possibly 4
        Confirmed purchase: 26 September 2014
        Published on: 10 October 2014

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        5
        Mark Wood’s book ‘Electrify Your Strings’ is nothing short of amazing! It's fair to say that nowhere near enough classical violinists within the UK know of Woods’ incredible pedigree of work. As an electric violinist in a metal band this book has given me so many useful exercises for not only the rudiments of speed, dexterity and making my improvisational technique better but exactly how to get the most from my effects, proving to the Boys that fiddles can be just as narly as guitars. There's not much more for me to say other than, that this is the ultimate in comprehensive study/guides to breaking free of those manuscript bonds forever! Spread the word!
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