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GUIDE THROUGH VIOLIN LITERATURE.
Studies, Step IV. (Continued.)
Kayser, H. E. Violin Studies, carefully revised, fingered, and with instructive annotations by Ernst Heim: — 16 Studies (comprising studies in the half, 1st, 2nd, 3rd,
4th, 5 th, 6th, and 7 th Positions). Op. 28. (8660). 16 Studies (to follow the 36 Studies, Op. 20). Op. 30.
This carefully revised edition is particularly useful by frequently giving two or more different fingerings for one and the same study or single passage. The numbering of every tenth bar is also useful in studying sub-sections. Kreutzer, R. 42 Studies. New Edition, revised and fingered by Ernst Heim. (5671).
The original text has been carefully adhered to. The revision (fingerings, bowing and marks of expression) show the same care which distinguishes all Heim's editions, while the explanatory remarks make this Edition particularly valuable. The same, revised and phrased by Carl Courvoisier (5665). Courvoisier's Edition gives very good advice on the choise of position. While Heim has kept closely to the original text giving advice to the manner of rendering it, Courvoisier preferred to give his own phrasing etc. in the text, e. g. the cadencial figures in the first study. Kreuz, E. Progressive Studies. Op. 34, Bks. 6 and 7.
(5663 f, g).
Book 6. 6 studies in the 4 th and 5 th positions, and 6
studies in the first six positions in flat keys, major and minor.
Book 7. 12 studies in the first six positions in sharp keys,
major and minor.
Mazas, F. Op. 36, Bk. III. 18 Studies for Artists. (7607 c).
Schon, M. Practical Course of Instruction:—
Book XI. Fundamental Instructions, examples and pieces in the form of exercises for the study of the positions (Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Positions. (7621). Book XII. 12 Exercises for the Violin. (7622). Scholz, Richard. School of Artistic Violin Playing. A theoretical and practical Instruction Book, in all matters relating to style, for moderately advanced players. Op. 9. (5681).
Excellent work for style and phrasing. Clear and exhaustive explanations of every chapter make the work particularly useful especially for those, who have not the opportunity for individual teaching.
Wessely, Hans. Comprehensive Scale Manual. (5686).