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GUIDE THROUGH VIOLIN LITERATURE
2 Violins, Step I. (Continued.)
Hofmann. Potpourris. (Continued.)
Wildschiitz. (5412b). ; II Seraglio. (5416b).
Czar und Zimmer- 11 Flauto Magico. (5417b).
mann. (5413b). i Don Giovanni. (5418b).
Joseph. (5414b). I Freischiitz. (5419b).
St. Paul. (5415b). I
Mazas, F. Duos faciles et progressifs. 2 Bks. (5608 a, b). Pleyel. Op. 8. 6 Duos. (7597). Reinecke. Op. 122a. 10 Petits Morceaux. (5630).
Delightful little "bits", short and very easy.
Ritter, E. W. 30 Exercices faciles. Bk. 1. (5631a).
Schon, M. 18 short modern Duets for two Violins. In various major and minor keys (First Position). (7616). 6 easy and melodious Duettinos for two violins. In various major and minor keys (First Position). (7617).
Step II. First four Positions.
Alard, D. Progressive Duets, revised and fingered by E. Heim:— Book III., Op. 22. Elementary. 1 st and 2nd positions.
This excellent work should form every student's companion from the first beginning until a degree of considerable technical skill has been reached. It gains much by E. Heim's careful revision as to the fingering, bowing and all marks of expression.
Album operatique. (5639).
Arena. A collection of Duets for two violins, arranged in progressive order, carefully marked and annotated by E. Heim:— Book III. Easy Duets, with change between first and
second positions, by Mazas, Geminiani, Hering, and Ries.
(11803 s). Book III A. Easy Duets, with change between first and
second positions, by Geminiani, Mazas, C. G. Miiller,
and Blumenthal. (11803 a). Book IV. Duets up to the third position, by Ignaz Lachner,
Alard, and Hering. (11804 s).