The Beginning Violinist: A Companion Book for Children and Adults

The Beginning Violinist: A Companion Book for Children and Adults from Emily Williams Violin Studio - Home Studio Lessons

By: Emily Williams Violin Studio - Home Studio Lessons  04/21/2016
Keywords: Book, Violin, Method

The Beginning Violinist: A Companion Book for Children and Adults (also available for viola) provides material to supplement teachers favorite method and rep. books to help students of all ages learn to read music right from the very first lesson! All materials have been tested on real students and have proven successful and enjoyable for all ages! Learn more at: http://thebeginningviolinist.com/ WHAT'S DIFFERENT ABOUT THIS BOOK? OPEN STRING SONGS Note reading comes more easily to students who first learn to read and pluck the open strings of their instrument in varying rhythms. LEFT HAND PIZZICATO Introducing students to left hand pizzicato as beginners is both practical and fun! INTRODUCING ALL 4 FINGERS √Čtudes introduce all 4 fingers by string to foster correct left hand set up. SONGS ON ONE STRING After a student has completed the √©tude for a particular string they can progress onto a song that uses only those notes. PIECES ON THE D AND G STRINGS Beginning D and G strings pieces are included to supplemental method books that focus primarily on the A and E strings. CHANGING METERS The pieces presented in this book introduce changing meters in simple songs that even a young child can master. CHANGING KEYS Like changing meters, students will be exposed to pieces that change key.

Keywords: beginning, Book, Method, note reading, Violin

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