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I just won a great ebay auction for 20+ violin books. They are "vintage" and some seem to be out of print. Here is the list.
Schirmer’s Library of Musical Classics
Kreutzer – Forty-Two Studies or Caprices (Minimal pencil markings)
De Beriot – Metodo para Aprender el Violin (A few pencil markings)
A Practical Method for Violin by Nicolas Laoureux in Four Parts
Part 1 ( 2 copies – one like new; the other has a few pencil markings)
Part 1 Supplement (with minimal pencil markings)
Part 2 ( 2 copies, one has a few pencil markings)
Part 2 Supplement (2 copies)
Sevcik OP 7 - Preparatory Trill Studies for Violin
Part 1: Exercises in the First Position ( 2 copies)
Part 2: Exercises in the Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Positions
The Physical Approach to Violinistic Problems - Shapiro
The Violinist’s Right Arm - Shapiro
Violin Vibrato by Siegfried Eberhardt
A Violin Duet Book – Violin Parts I and II (two separate copies) + Piano Accompaniment
Violin Vistas – For First Position Players (separate copy) + Piano Accompaniment
Strings from the Start – Part II
101 Great Tunes for Strings – Elementary String Orchestra Book
Bornoff – Fiddler’s Holiday – 31 solos in the first position with Piano Accompaniment
20 Progressive Violin Solos - separate copies for first and third + separate Piano Accompaniment
Wohlfahrt Foundation Studies for the Violin – Book 1
Let Us Have Music for Violin – Volume 2 (separate copy) + Piano Accompaniment
Merle Issac String Class Method – Book 2
Can't wait to look/play through them! It really looks like a nice variety.
You got all that for $20 bucks? I just got my two books today with CDs, "Rockin' Out With Blues Fiddle" and "Fiddle Jam - A Way-Cool Easy Way To Learn How To Improvise". It cost me twice as much that you paid for my two books with CDs.
I can sure say that I am experimenting with many different styles of music but I am sticking with the proper techniques to make it easier for me to get into all of the left hand positions.
"You can never have more than enough teachers to help mold your own sound and techniques, that's what helps making it more comfortable to play your own way."
Quote by, "Me".
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