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GUIDE THROUGH VIOLIN LITERATURE.
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Studies, Step I. (Continued.)
Gradus ad Parnassum. A Collection of Studies in progressive order, selected, carefully revised, fingered, and edited, with annotations and remarks by E. Heim:— Book I. First Position. 30 Elementary Studies in the most practicable major keys. By Alard, Bach, Corelli, Dont, Heim, Hermann, Hofmann, Kayser, Kreuz, Ritter, Spohr, and Steffani. (5471). Book II. First Position. 18 More advanced Studies in major and minor keys. Easy double-stopping. Enharmonic change. By Bach, Corelli, Handel, Hermann, Kreuz, Spohr, and Steffani. — Half Position. 16 Studies, changing from First to Half Position. By Alard, Dont, Hermann, Kreuz, and Wichtl. (5472).
10 books of Graduated Studies revised by Ernst Heim, containing all the material for a serious study of the Violin, each book corresponding in difficulty with the same book of his Violin Duets (Arena), see page 120 and his Violin and Piano pieces (Palaestra), see pages 128, 129.
Hering, C. Op. 16. 25 Studies for 2 Violins in all major and minor keys; revised, phrased, and fingered by E. Heim. The Scales as contained in 2 nd Violin part to be played by the student. (5618).
Hermann, F. Le Commencement de l'Etude. (5612 a, b). In two books, containing familiar airs interspersed with easy studies, with a 2 nd violin part.
Hofmann, R. The First Instruction in Violin Playing. (Der erste Unterricht im Violinspiel.) Op. 92. 2 Books. (5668 a, b).
A thorough elementary course leading on to the following work of the same author. — Op. 90, Book 1. 80 Melodic Studies. (5666 a).
A well graduated course. Book 2 belongs to the next grade, and would prove an excellent preparation for Kayser's 36 Studies. (8662 a).
Kreuz, E. Progressive Studies. Op. 34, Bk. 1. (5663 a). Contains 40 progressive exercises gradually introducing the notes of C major in the 1 st position.
Scale and Arpeggio Manual for the Violin, arranged with a special view to the requirements of candidates at the various Local Examinations, by A. Laubach. (5672). This Manual is written for Students of all Grades.