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Viola Studies. (Continued.)
Step IV.
Campagnoli, B. 41 Caprices pour le Viola, revus et doigtes
par E. Kreuz. (7651). Kreuz, E. Progressive Studies for the Viola, with accom­paniment of a second Viola. Op. 40:—
Book IV. Introduction of the 2 nd and 3 rd positions, and studies in the first three positions. (7653 d).
—   Select Studies for the Viola, taken from the works of Cam­pagnoli, Mazas, Corelli, Kreutzer, Spohr, Fiorillo, Wenzel Pichl, Rode, and Gavinies: in progressive order, phrased, fingered, and arranged: —
Book IV. 20 Studies in the higher Positions. (765yd). Book V. 20 Studies in the higher Positions. (7657 c).
Pieces for Viola and Piano.
Step I.
Kreuz, E. The Violist. A Series of progressive pieces. Op. 13: —
Book I. 12 very easy pieces, commencing with the open strings, and gradually introducing the notes of C major in the first position (7636 a).
—   25 Pieces in progressive order. In the 1st position: —
1.   Kreuz. No. 1 Prelude; No. 2 Melody.
2.   Schumann. Op. 68, Nos. 1, 2. Melodie; Soldaten-marsch.
3.   Gurlitt. Berceuse, and "Heiterer Morgen."
4.   Schumann. "Trallerliedchen" and "Jagerliedchen." Op. 68.
5.   Fitzenhagen. Cavatine.
6.   Reinecke. Air, "Unbekiimmert," from Op. 213.
7.   Kreuz. Melody.
8.   Schumann. "Kleine Romanze" and "Frohlicher Landmann."
9.   Gluck. Air from "Orfeo."
10.   Gurlitt. "Standchen" and "Jagdstuck."
11.   Mendelssohn. Lied ohne Worte, Op. 30, No. 9.
12.   Haydn. Aria from "Die Jahreszeiten."
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