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GUIDE THROUGH VIOLIN LITERATURE.
Pieces for Violin with piano accompaniment.
Step I A. First Position, Elementary.
The simplest pieces only (rhythmically, as well as technically) are included under this head, the melodies being almost entirely either in minims and crotchets, or in crotchets and quavers.
Palaestra. A Collection of Pieces, Sonatas, Suites, and Concert-Pieces for Violin Solo with Pianoforte Accompaniment; arranged in progressive order, carefully marked and annotated by Ernest Heim: —
An excellent collection of graduated pieces revised by Ernst Heim, each book corresponds in difficulty with the same book of his Violin Studies, "Gradus ad Parnassum", see page m, and his Violin Duets, "Arena", see page 120. Book I A. Contents.— 4 Pieces on the open strings by Ritter, Reinecke, etc., and 7 easy Pieces in the easiest keys, first position, by Ritter, Moffat, Aprile, Saint-George, etc. (11471a). Book Ib. 9 easy Pieces in the easiest keys, first position
by Moffat, Heim, Reinecke, and Gurlitt. (11471b). Book Ic. Supplement to Books A and b. Piece on the open strings by Bordogni, and 9 easy Pieces in the easiest keys by Moffat, Ritter, Concone, Stephen Heller, Volkmann, Laubach, etc. (11471c). Fitzenhagen, W. Petits Morceaux. (Violin part within the compass of a Fourth): — Op. 38. No. 1. Ave Maria. Heim, Ernst. Abecedarian in Violin Playing. Elementary Pieces in progressive order. Nos. 1—25. Bk. I. (11461a). Most useful and attractive collection for young beginners. Hering, Carl. 16 Pieces in progressive order. Op. 14. Revised and marked for teaching purposes by Ernst Heim.
Nos. 1 —10. Nos. II —16 belong to the following grade.
— Short Drawing Room Pieces.
A very attractive set beginning with a little prelude for the open strings only. Book 1 contains 7 melodious little pieces, Books 2 and 3 belong to the next division.