In The Pascale Method for Beginning Violin
students read notes and play their instruments from day one. During the
12-week program, they master skills quickly and easily. This
Galamian-based violin method includes a DVD that presents all the
exercises in detail, performed by real students as young as 5 years old;
clearly defined goals written into each weekly practice assignment;
theory and rhythm worksheets with flashcards; quizzes, tips and fun
factoids; an easy to use glossary; and even a diploma for the graduate!
The companion Sticker Buddies 12 Lesson Pak provides the student with a
fun, interactive way to complete each lesson.
Play 50 of your favorite pop tunes on your instrument of choice! This
collection features arrangements written in accessible keys and ranges
with lyrics and chord symbols.
Songs include: All My Loving • Blowin' in
the Wind • Clocks • Don't Stop Believin' • Every Breath You Take •
Fireflies • Hey, Soul Sister • In My Life • Love Story • My Girl •
Nights in White Satin • Sweet Caroline • Unchained Melody • Viva La Vida
• What a Wonderful World • You've Got a Friend • and more.
Eight Baroque pieces edited and arranged with modern bowings and fingerings by Mike Cornick.. Selections include items from the orchestral, vocal and keyboard works of the period and can be enjoyed by intermediate to more advanced players.
Fairest Isle (Purcell)
Menuet from "Clavierbuchlein der Anna Magdalena Bach" BWV Anh. 115 (Petzold)
Sarabande from "French Suite No. 1 in D minor" (J.S. Bach)
Giga from "Sonata VIII" Op. 5 (Corelli)
Sarabanda from "Sonata VIII" Op. 5 (Corelli)
Menuet from "Clavierbuchlein der Anna Magdalena Bach" BWV Anh. 114 (Petzold)
This series comprises the most popular beginner concertos for violinists. Edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus, the internationally renowned violin teacher and co-author of the Sassmannshaus violin method, the concerto volumes form an ideal continuation of this method and can be used in parallel from volume three onwards. The editions include a solo violin part and a piano reduction for the accompanist.