Part of the Learning Together Series, Learning Together for Violin consists of a sequential unison repertoire for orchestral string instruments and is intended for use in string classes, group ensembl... Click To Read More About This Product
Part of the Learning Together Series, Learning Together for Violin consists of a sequential unison repertoire for orchestral string instruments and is intended for use in string classes, group ensembles, and private lesson settings where having all musicians playing the same part is a more efficient method. Harmony parts and bass lines complete the arrangements and are composed so that any mixed string ensemble, or violin ensembles, can perform the pieces included in each of the Learning Together series.
Piano accompaniments are included and can be added to any of these combinations. Use Learning Together for Violin for solo violin performance or unison groups, class ensembles, and district or festival-sized orchestras. The Learning Together repertoire can be used to establish solo violin technique, introduce ensemble skills, develop aural skills, and can serve as a foundation for learning to read music.
Learning Together for Violin comes with a CD that includes solo performances, string ensemble performances, and piano accompaniment tracks of the featured repertoire.
Authors Laurie Scott, Winifred Crock, and William Dick are award-winning teachers with over 100 years of combined recognized success. They share extensive experience as performers, conductors, clinicians, and studio and classroom teachers. Learning Together for Violin demonstrates their commitment to providing rich musical experiences for all students in classroom and studio settings.
By Laurie Scott, Winifred Crock, and William Dick
Category: String orchestra method/supplement
Format: Music Book & CD
ISBN 10: 0739068318
ISBN 13: 9780739068311
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