4 edition of Book of the violin found in the catalog.
Book of the violin
|Statement||edited by Dominic Gill.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
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The Book of the Violin Hardcover Book of the violin book January 1, by Dominic Gill (Author) out of 5 stars 1 ratingCited by: 8. This book discussed nearly all aspects regarding violin: its history; its structure, material, varnish; its repair and restore; the violin bow and string; the violin music, composers, the famous players and teachers, among other things.
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Janice Tucker Rhoda is well known for this violin book that brings plenty of creative violin instruction materials and popular tunes for everyone to learn. One of the key reasons why the ABCs of Violin is such a popular book is because of the.
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These books were written to make learning the violin as simple as possible. Lesson by lesson any person, any adult, any senior, any child, even as young as. Interesting book. One gets introduced in the world as a musician, and their love for music. At the beginning one follows a muscial genious Johannes, then by faith his gets to know a master violin maker which has an intriging story to tell.
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The result is that you play freely on the violin with a relaxed technique, beautiful tone, creativity and musicality. By: Zlata M A Brouwer MSc BMus. The Book of the violin by Gill, Dominic.
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A collection of popular movie songs which can be played by the entire string group or by individual soloists with optional CD accompaniment.
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For either a violin beginner preparing for the first violin lesson, or a learner who just wants to boost violin learning, Violin for Dummies is one of the most important violin books in players’ collection.
It begins by introducing music fundamentals, including reading musical notation and understanding harmony.