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I26 GUIDE THROUGH VIOLIN LITERATURE.
Two Violins, Step IV. (Continued.)
Ries, H. Progressive Duets. (Ernst Heim). Book IV. Up to sixth position. (5629 d). Book V. Up to seventh position. (56296). Book VI—IX. In all positions. 4 Books. (5629 f—i).
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.
Step V. Difficult.
Arena. A Collection of Duets for Two Violins, arranged in progressive order, carefully marked and annotated :■—-
Book VII. 2 Duets in all positions (difficult), by Haupt-mann and De Be'riot. (11807 s).
Book VIIA. 3 Duets in all positions (difficult), by Haydn, J. B. Viotti, and Campagnoli. (11807 a).
Book VIII. 2 Duets in all positions (very difficult), by F. Ries, and Hauptmann. (11808 s).
Book VIII A. Duets in all positions. (Very difficult) by C. de Be'riot, and M. Hauptmann. (11808 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 117, and his Violin and piano pieces, "Palaestra", see page 156.
Hermann. Op. 24. Etudes spe'ciales. On double stops,
shifting &c. (5615 a). — Op. 26. Morceaux melodiques. Bk. 6. (5328f).
Kalliwoda. Op. 234. Grand Duo brillant. (5607).
Rode. 24 Caprices in the form of Studies, with 2nd Violin by Ludwig Abel; revised by E. Heim. (5632).
The addition of an excellent second violin part by Ludwig Abel combined with the careful revision which characterises Heim's work, and the numbering of every fifth bar, will make this edition welcome to all students.