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Violin Solo Pieces, Step I. (Continued.)
Hofmann. Potpourris (Continued.)
The Messiah.           (5409a).
The Creation.          (5410a).
Zampa.                     (5411a).
Wildschixtz.               (5412a).
Czar und Zimmer-
mann.                   (5413a).
Joseph.                      (5414a).
St. Paul.                   (5415a)-
II Seraglio.               (5416a).
II Flauto Magico.    (5417a).
Don Giovanni.         (5418a).
Der Freischiitz.        (5419a).
Step II. In various positions.
Gurlitt. Our Favourite Tunes. (7608).
Hofmann, Richard. Potpourris on Popular Melodies from
Classical and Modern Operas and Oratorios. Arranged by
R. Hofmann. 45 Books.
The Bohemian Girl. (5420a). Egmont.                    (5421a).
Fidelio.                      (5422a).
E'Elisire d'Amore. (5423a). Lucrezia Borgia. (5424a). IphigenieenAulide. (5425a). Judas Maccabaeus. (5426a). Das Nachtlager in
Granada.              (5427a).
Hans Heiling.           (5428a).
A Midsummer
Night's Dream. (5429a). Elijah.                       (543oa).
Les Huguenots. (5431a). Le Prophete.            (5432a).
Le Nozze di Figaro. (5433a).
Die lustigenWeiber
von Windsor. (5434a).
Maritana.                  (543 5a).
Oberon.                    (5436a).
Preciosa.                   (5437a).
Der fliegende Hol­lander.                  (5438a).
Lohengrin.                (5439a).
Rienzi.                       (5440a).
Tannhauser.             (5441a).
II Barbiere.              (5442a).
Guillaume Tell. (5443a).
Masaniello.               (5444a).
Faust. (Gounod) (5445a).
Duets for 2 Violins.
Step I. First Position.
Alard, D. Progressive Duets, revised and fingered by E. Heim: —
Book I., Op. 22. Elementary. I st position. (5599 a). Book II., Op. 22. Elementary. 1 st position. (5599 b).
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.
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