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GUIDE THROUGH VIOLIN LITERATURE.
2 Violins, Step III. (Continued.)
Arena. A collection of Duets for two violins, arranged in progressive order, carefully marked and annotated by E. Heim:—
Book V. Duets up to the fourth and fifth positions, by Hering, Mozart, Kreutzer, and H. Ries. (11805 s).
Book Va. Duets up to the fifth position, by J. S. Bach, Mozart, and Polledro. (11805 a).
Graduated Duets revised by Ernst Heim, each book corresponds in difficulty with the same book of his Violin Studies "Gradus ad Parnassum", see page 114, and his Violin and Piano pieces, "Palaestra", see page 142.
Dont. 20 Exercices progressifs. Op. 38. (7605).
Gurlitt. Op. 105. Ouverture des Marionettes. (7596).
— Op. 137. "Commedietta" Ouverture. (7 599).
Hermann. Op. 26. Morceaux me'lodiques; Bks. 1, 2, 3. (Piano ad lib). (5328 a—c).
Kayser, H. E. Violin Studies, carefully revised, fingered, and with instructive annotations by Ernst Heim:—■ 36 elementary and progressive Studies (introductory to those of Kreutzer). Op. 20. Book 3. (5610 c).
Molique, B. 3 Duets. Op. 3. 3 Books. (10008 a—c).
Mozart, W. A. Op. 70. 12 Duets. 4 Bks.
Pleyel, I. Op. 23. Duos. (1085 d).
— Op. 24. Duos. (1085 e).
— Op. 44. Duos. (5628).
Ries, H. Progressive Duets. (Ernst Heim). Book III. Up to third position. (5629 c).
These melodious and graceful compositions are rendered more valuable by the careful revision of fingering, bowing and marks of expression. They contain a wealth of technical devices.
Rode, P. Op. i. 6 Duos. 2 Bks.
Viotti. Concert duets. 13 Bks.