Based on A Rhythm a Day by Igor Hudadoff, first published in 1965. This series, which is a revision of A Rhythm a Day, can be used in private lessons as well as in classes. Sight-reading skill will improve, and rehearsal time can be more efficiently and effectively used. Students who use this book consistently throughout the middle school/junior high school years will be confident rhythm readers. A Rhythm a Week encourages teaching each unit over a week, with mastery by every student as the goal.
A new approach to mastering scales on the cello. The first scale book to guide students of all levels in a step-by-step fashion through the most essential scale exercises. Rhythmic and bowing variations of gradually increasing difficulty take the monotony out of daily scale practice, and because each scale and associated scale work is located on facing pages, assigning scales has never been easier. Institutes a new approach to practicing octaves, thirds, and even tenths. Designed to help cellists achieve unparalleled command of even the most advanced techniques.
Book 3: 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 3, By Dillon/Kjelland/O'Reilly, Published by Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.