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Studies. (Continued.)
Step V. Difficult. (Octaves, Springing Bow, Staccato etc.).
Beriot, C. de. 6 £tudes brillantes. (5646).
Also published with pianoforte accompaniment (7339 a, b). Campagnoli. 7 Divertissements. Edited by G. Jensen.
(7601). Gradus ad Parnassum. A Collection of Studies in progressive order, selected, carefully revised, fingered, and edited, with annotations and remarks by E. Heim:— Book VIII. Studies arranged according to their Musico-Technical object, independent of Position:— 7 Studies on Staccato. By Fiorillo, Kreutzer, Mazas, Rode,
and Schubert. 7 Studies on Springing Bow, Spiccato, Saltato. By Benda, Bruni, David, Kayser, Mazas, and Wieniawski.
7   Studies on Octave passages. By Fiorillo, Kayser, Kreutzer, and Mazas.
8   Studies on Double Stops and Chords. By Dont, Fiorillo, Kayser, Kreutzer, St. Lubin, and Wichtl. (5478).
Book IX. Studies arranged according to their Musico-Technical object, independent of Position:— 8 Studies on Double Stops and Chords. By de Beriot, David, Dont, Fiorillo, Kalliwoda, Kreutzer.
4   Studies on the Double Shake. By Cramer, Fiorillo, Gavinies, and Rode.
3 Studies on "Flying Staccato," thrown stroke. By Alard and Mazas.
5   Studies on Arpeggios (difficult). By David, Dont, Mazas, and Meerts.
10 Studies on tenths and other large intervals. By Dont, Fiorillo, Gavinies, Mazas, H. Ries, and Rovelli. (5479). Graduated Studies revised by Ernst Heim, each book corre­sponds in difficulty with the same book of his Violin Duets, "Arena," see page 126, and his Violin and piano pieces, "Palaestra," see page 156. Rode, P. 24 Caprices in the form of Studies for the Violin. Revised and fingered by Ernst Heim. (5679).
The original text has been adhered to, with very clear indications of positions, fingerings, bowing and marks of expression by Ernst Heim.
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