Melodious Etudes Selected from the Vocalises of Marco Bordogni
These vocalises are considered to be among the most musically appealing studies in the vocal repertoire. They have been carefully transcribed and edited to add a new dimension to the study of legato performance on the string instruments. In these etudes the student can work on phrasing, tone quality and musical line. Sonority and richness of tone are key elements in mastering these etudes. Presented are fifty-four etudes with a variety of keys and rhythms that will explore the range of the instrument. Multiple types of bowing opportunities are also covered.
Title: Melodious Etudes Selected from the Vocalises of Marco Bordogni, By Bordogni, Marco, Edited by Doris Gazda, Published by Carl Fischer
The String Player's Guide to the Orchestra includes orchestral repertoire, excerpts, scales and studies appropriate for string orchestra as well as individual study. Working within a wide range of student ability levels, this book focuses on phrasing, technique, musical styles, and provides a unique entry into performance music preparation with right and left hand studies using authentic orchestral excerpts.
A collection of 10
entrancing, original pieces designed for a young cello ensemble (with piano or
CD accompaniment) in either a reading-based or Suzuki group lesson
environment. This collection enables players of different levels to
perform together---many of the pieces include parts for beginner,
elementary, and more advanced players, and can be played successfully in
different combinations. Includes reproducible cello parts and a 36-page
score. The CD features a full performance of each piece as well as
piano accompaniment tracks.