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GUIDE THROUGH VIOLA LITERATURE. Methods for the Viola.
Bruni, A. B. Tenor Method. Edited, with fingering, bowings, and marks of expression by Emil Kreuz. (7659).
Hermann, Fr. The Study of the Viola (Das Studium der Viola—L'Etude de l;Alto):—
Part I. Instruction in Viola Playing: 20 Introductory Exercises with explanatory remarks. (7652 a).
Part II. 24 Easy Exercises (1st position), after the Author's "Etudes speciales, Op. 24, Book I," with 2nd Viola ad lib. (7652b).
Part III. 12 Easy Exercises and Pieces (1 st to 3rd Positions), after Op. 24, Book 2, with Pianoforte accompaniment ad lib. (7652 c).
Laubach, A. A Practical School for the Viola (Methode pratique pour Alto), comprising the rudiments of music, scales, arpeggi, progressive exercises, and pieces in all major and minor keys. (7654).
Luitgen, H. Practical and Progressive Method, intended both for beginners and for more advanced players. Containing Exercises by the greatest Masters and some passages from the Works of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, etc.
Liitgen's method consists largely of extracts from the great masters; Hermann's is the simplest course for young beginners. In Laubach's method the exercises are specially well graduated as to difficulty.
Schroeder, C. Handbook of Violin Playing, has a chapter on Viola Music. (9212).