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GUIDE THROUGH VIOLIN LITERATURE. 2 Violins. (Continued.)
Step IV. All Positions.
Alard, D. Progressive Duets, revised and fingered by
E. Heim: —
Book VIII. Op. 23. Easy. 5 th position. (5599h).
Book IX. Op. 27. Brilliant. 7 th position. (5 599 i)-
Book X. Op. 27. Brilliant. All positions. (5599 k).
Book XI. Op. 27. Brilliant. All positions. (55991).
Book XII. Op. 27. Brilliant. All positions. (5599 m).
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.
Arena. A collection of Duets for two violins, arranged in
progressive order, carefully marked and annotated by
E. Heim: —
Book VI. Duets up to the sixth and seventh positions, by H. Ries, Haydn, and Alard. (11806 s).
Book VI A. Duets up to the sixth position, by Hauptmann and Blumenthal. (11806 a).
An excellent collection of graduated Duets revised by Ernst Heim; each book corresponds in difficulty with the same book of his Violin Studies "Gradus ad Parnassum", see page 115, and his Violin and Piano pieces, "Palaestra", see page 151.
Hauptmann, M. Op. 2. 2 Duets. (1082). — Op. 16. 3 Duos. (5611).
Hermann. Op. 26. Morceaux melodiques. Bks. 4, 5. (5328 d,e).
Kayser, H. E. Violin Studies, carefully revised, fingered, and with instructive annotations by Ernst Heim:— 16 Studies (comprising studies in the half, I st, 2 nd, 3 rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th Positions). Op. 28. (5619). Nos. 1—9 belong to II; 10 and II to III. 16 Studies (to follow the 36 Studies, Op. 20). Op. 30. (5620).
Nos. 1—3, 7, 10, 14, 15 belong to II; Nos. 6 and 8 to III.
Mayseder. 3 celebrated Duets. Op. 30, 31, and 32. (10007 a—c).