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The Young Violinist's Repertoire Book 3 (Instrumental Solo)

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Following on from the first two books in the The Young Violinist’s Repertoire series, this book presents pieces of moderate difficulty (grades 2-4) that give plenty of scope for development of the bow arm, introduce spiccato and require some finesse of execution. There is also ample opportunity for the introduction of vibrato. The first ten pieces are in first position enabling the player to master the basics of a sound technique before undertaking the crucial step to third position - this should prepare the ground for players as they tackle larger scale works as by now they will have already met many of the techniques and playing styles that these will require.

**ABRSM selected pieces (Violin 2012-2015):

March of the Hunters (Weber)

Gavotte from Suite BWV1012 (J.S. Bach)

Publisher: Faber Music

ISBN: 0571508189

Item Code: 0571508189

EAN: 9780571508181

Price: £8.50
Availability:713 in stock

Genre(s): Educational

Product Language: English

Territories: World (excl Malaysia)

Grade(s): Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4

Series: The Young Violinist's Repertoire

Exam Board: ABRSM

  • Piano
  • Violin
  1. 16th Century Italian: Passamezzo Antico
  2. Bach: Gavotte From Suite BWV1012 **ABRSM selected piece: Violin syllabus 2012-2015
  3. Gavotte From Suite BWV811
  4. Baklanova: Fast Dance
  5. Mazurka **ABRSM selected piece: Violin syllabus 2008-2011
  6. Beethoven: German Dance
  7. Couperin: La Bourbonnoise: Gavotte
  8. Cui: From My Homeland
  9. Elgar: Andante From 6 Easy Pieces, Op.22
  10. Grechaninov: The Joker
  11. Handel: Rigaudon From Almira
  12. Kabalevsky: The Clowns
  13. Mozart: Duo From 12 Duos, K.487
  14. Minuet From Don Giovanni
  15. Traditional: Maytime
  16. Polish Dance
  17. Weber: Gypsy Dance
  18. March Of The Hunters From Der Freischütz**ABRSM selected piece: Violin syllabus 2012-2015.

There is, technically and musically, something for every type of pupil....I highly recommend these books....they provide refreshing, imaginative and stimulating musical material for our younger generation of players.

The Strad Magazine