The Sassmannshaus Tradition: Early Start on the Violin
Title: The Sassmannshaus Tradition: Early Start on the Violin, By Sassmannshaus, Egon and Kurt, Published by Barenreiter.
The most successful Tried and Tested German Violin Method now available in English. Author Egon Sassmannshaus is one of the most experienced and renowned violin pedagogues in Germany. For the new English edition his son Kurt worked as co-author and adapted his father's successsful method for English-speaking children.
Note reading is introduced from the beginning.
Ensemble playing is encouraged from the very beginning.
Songs and Scales in different positions are easily explained and mastered.
Large print notes and text as well as many colorful illustrations are particulary child-friendly and very attractive to pre-school and school aged children.
Progresses swiftly by introducing advanced violin techniques in rudimentary form, such as shifting and varied bow strokes.
All violin techniques used are demonstrated and explained on the web site www.violinmasterclass.com.
Bärenreiter's Concert Pieces offer young string players a broad range of music suitable for lessons and recitals; from easy pieces for children to more demanding works for the advanced student.
The series is edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus, the internationally-renowned violin teacher and co-author of the Sassmannshaus violin school tradition. Each piece includes a preface that includes tips for successful first concerts. These editions form an ideal continuation of the Sassmannshaus violin school tradition and can be used in parallel from the third volume on wards or alongside any violin method.
Preparatory Trill Studies and Development of Double-Stopping for Violin, Op. 7
Preparatory Trill Studies and Development of Double-Stopping (Triller-Vorstudien and Entwicklung des Finger-Anschlags) for violin, op. 7. Exercises nos. 1-51. Otakar Sevcik. Edited by Jaroslav Foltyn. Published by Barenreiter.
For violin and piano. Originally for violin and orchestral. Ludwig van Beethoven. Edited by Jonathan Del Mar. Includes an urtext violin part and a supplementary violin part marked by Detlef Hahn. Published by Barenreiter.
Concerto no. 9 in A minor for violin and piano, op. 104. Originally for violin and orchestra. Charles August de Beriot. Edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus. Published as part of Barenreiter's Concert Pieces series.
Concerto no. 1 in B-flat major for violin and piano, K. 207. Originally for violin and orchestra. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Edited by Christoph-Hellmut Mahling. Includes an urtext violin part and a supplementary violin part marked by Martin Wulfhorst. With cadenzas by Jean-Delphin Alard and Martin Wulfhorst. Published by Barenreiter.