Treat your students to an unforgettable journey through string playing with String Explorer, the exciting new string method from Highland/Etling and renowned string pedagogues and authors Andrew Dabczynski, Richard Meyer and Bob Phillips.
With a unique, full-color look and fun approach, String Explorer is sure to motivate both students and teachers in any group or individual setting! Join adventurers and tour guides Arco Dakota and Rosalyn Le Bow as they guide your students along the path to successful string playing.
Title: String Explorer, By Dabczynski; Meyer; Phillips, Published by Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.
String Basics: Steps to Success for String Orchestra is a comprehensive method for beginning string classes. Utilizing technical exercises, music from around the world, classical themes by the masters, and original compositions, students will learn to play their string instruments in an orchestra. Step-by-step sequences of instruction will prove invaluable as students learn to hold their instrument and bow, finger new notes, count different rhythms, read music notation, and more. Audio and Video DVD included with parts and teacher's score (except piano accompaniment).
Solos and String Orchestra Arrangements Correlated with Essential Elements String Method, Books 1 and 2. Each part contains solo and orchestrated versions of 10 Christmas pieces. Cassette, CD or piano may be used as accompaniment for solo performance. Intermediate.
Up on the Housetop
The Hanukkah Song
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
A Holly Jolly Christmas
Frosty the Snow Man
Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!
Title: Christmas Favorites, Published by Hal Leonard
Essential Elements for Strings offers beginning students
sound pedagogy and engaging music, all carefully paced to successfully
start young players on their musical journey. EE features both familiar
songs and specially designed exercises, created and arranged for the
classroom in a unison-learning environment, as well as
instrument-specific exercises to focus each student on the unique
characteristics of their own instrument. EE provides both teachers and
students with a wealth of materials to develop total musicianship, even
at the beginning stages.
Book 2 includes access to Essential Elements Interactive (EEi), the ultimate online music education resource - anywhere, anytime, and on any device. Go to www.essentialelementsinteractive.com to learn more!
Because a fine orchestra depends on fine players, Solo Time for Strings emphasizes individual accomplishment, progress, and achievement while preparing young students for participation in a school orchestra. The series teaches reading in conjunction with note learning, enabling students to start playing melodies as soon as possible, and is appropriate for class or individual instruction.
Title: Solo Time for Strings: Book 1, Edited by Etling and Siennicki, Published by Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.
An easy-to-teach, straight forward string method. A unique letter-note style of music notation is used to ensure a smooth transition from rote to note reading. Students are quickly introduced to ensemble playing through a wide variety of fun-to-play melodies, keys and modes. Strictly Strings features a carefully prepared lesson sequence which develops all players' abilities equally.
Title: Strictly Strings: Book 1, By Dillon/Kjelland/O'Reilly, Published by Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.
Essential Technique for Strings: Intermediate Book 3
Book 3-This book's Flexible Sequence Format contains 3 major sections: 1. Higher Positions and Shifting. 2. Keys and Scales. 3. Bowings and Special Techniques. Essential Technique For Strings is a book of studies to help the intermediate player develop skills necessary for playing in an orchestra. Chronologically, it follows Book 2 of Essential Elements For Strings, but is designed as a multi-use technique book for use within a string orchestra setting. It is organized so that you can use the various sections in the book to suit the students' individual needs.
Title: Essential Technique for Strings: Intermediate Book 3, Published by Hal Leonard
For the development of technical skills and improved intonation
A full collection of scales, chorales, etudes, and an expanded alternative styles section all in one book! One and two octave scale patterns. Four-part harmonization studies and chorales make this series perfect for any string class.
Major, natural minor and melodic minor
Improvisation loops, studies and tunes for training in alternative styles
This series of workbooks for beginning and intermediate players is designed to save rehearsal time by keeping classroom explanation to a minimum. Published in separate books for each of the stringed instruments, the take-home assignments stress the names of notes, finger patterns, scales, key signatures, terms and symbols, and other information necessary to prepare the string player thoroughly for orchestra participation.
Title: Workbook for Strings, Edited by Etling, Published by Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.
Book Two. A collection of original unison compositions for beginning and intermediate string students. Great for teaching fundamental string skills. For use in the classroom and in private lessons as supplementary material or as an alternative to existing method books.
Title: Concert Tunes for Intermediate Strings: Book 2, By Brubaker, Dale, Published by JLJ Music Publishing