Selected and Arranged in Progressive order by K.H. Aiqouni.
New book/DVD edition is available by Rachel Barton Pine. This world-class violinist
discusses dynamics, augments Wohlfahrt's own bowing suggestions with
her own, and provides solid advice for approach to the Etudes. With all
of this, the book includes a DVD with performances of all Etudes by
Matthew Lipman and MP3 tracks for study. Not just a new edition, Pine's
approach to Wohlfahrt is holistic guidance to ensure the best possible
use of this standard pedagogical foundation.
The original book only editions will be available while supplies last.
(Technical Studies And Solo Literature For String Orchestra And Individual Study) by Doris Gazda. This exciting new method includes a well-planned mixture of the technical studies needed for the advancing student with the great music that makes it worthwhile. The following subjects are systematically approached and reinforced by musical examples: first through fifth position, intervals, harmonics and shifting, bowing styles and techniques, vibrato, ornaments and more! This is a great way to help ALL of your players continue to grow and should narrow the gap between those taking outside lessons and those who do not. This is an excellent resource!
Title: High Tech for Strings, By Gazda, Doris, Published by Carl Fischer
Contains works by Wagner, Mendelssohn, Handel, Bach, Clarke, Purcell, Mouret and Schubert. Also contains selections from Water Music, Fireworks Music and Pachelbel's Canon. Please note: You need to have the Violin 1 part as one of the two parts. Will not work musically without Violin 1 part.
Bach and Before for Strings contains the same 19 chorales as Bach and Before for Band. Newly set in string-friendly keys, the string book cannot be used in conjunction with the band book. However, the book does provide material that is easily tailored to all string ensembles. Because each part book includes all four voice parts (soprano, alto, tenor, and bass) there are unlimited opportunities to introduce unison playing to the string orchestra. Unison playing is the most efficient way to improve the overall quality of a string orchestra's sound, and is the foundation of playing in-tune. The chorales range in difficulty from very easy to very sophisticated and are suitable for year two through high school string orchestras.
Title: Bach and Before for Strings, Edited by David Newell, Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Co.