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  1. Improvising String Quartets

    Improvising String Quartets

    Sera J. Smolen

    £20.50

    98-39461

    Never improvised before? Developing improvisational skills has never been easier. Follow the Improvising String Quartets path to learn methods for teaching public school, Suzuki, or college level courses in improvised chamber music; formulas to create beautiful improvised performance quartets; improvisation skills based on the established Creative Ability Development series; and basic and complex music theory in a straightforward, intuitive, and experiential way. For the professional musician or amateur, Improvising String Quartets takes you from simple musical games to performance-ready quartets in a single session! Learn More
  2. Fingerboard Geography for Violin, Volume 1

    Fingerboard Geography for Violin, Volume 1

    By Barbara Barber

    £18.50

    00-29121

    String pedagogue Barbara Barber has developed an intonation system which teaches string players the layout of the fingerboard and takes the guesswork out of playing in tune. In Violin Fingerboard Geography, Volume 1, "Finger Marches" establish the 1st finger "home base" note on all four strings. Finger Pattern Exercises -- 12 color-coded patterns -- develop quick, precise action in the left hand without the need for fingerboard tapes. Fingerboard Geography Exercises teach note names, distances, and intervals for all the notes in 1st position. No Fear Shifting has students sailing effortlessly all the way to 8th position on their first day of shifting. Violin Fingerboard Geography, Volume 1, concludes with dozens of Practice Suggestions for pieces in the Suzuki® Violin School, Volumes 1-4, but can be used as a daily warm-up routine and complements perfectly any beginning violin method. The book includes 4 pull-out color-coded Finger Pattern charts. Learn More
  3. Museum Masterpieces, Book 1

    Museum Masterpieces, Book 1

    By Catherine Rollin

    £7.95

    00-42745

    In Museum Masterpieces, Book 1, composer Catherine Rollin has created musical expressions of some of the great works of art found in museums throughout the world. The paintings that inspired these pieces are beautifully displayed on a four-page color insert at the center of the book, along with historical notes about each painting. Titles: American Gothic (Grant Wood) * Black Square and Red Square (Kazimir Malevich) * Carmencita (William Merritt Chase) * A Dash for the Timber (Frederic Remington) * L'étoile (The Star) (Edgar Degas) * Le fifre (The Fife Player) (Édouard Manet) * Mona Lisa (Leonardo da Vinci) * The Nut Gatherers (William-Adolphe Bouguereau) * Reeds and Cranes (Suzuki Kiitsu) * Senecio (Paul Klee). "American Gothic" and "Mona Lisa" are Federation Festivals 2016-2020 selections. Learn More
  4. Fingerboard Geography for Viola, Volume 1

    Fingerboard Geography for Viola, Volume 1

    By Barbara Barber

    £18.50

    00-29123

    String pedagogue Barbara Barber has developed an intonation system which teaches string players the layout of the fingerboard and takes the guesswork out of playing in tune. In Viola Fingerboard Geography, Volume 1, "Finger Marches" establish the 1st finger "home base" note on all four strings. Finger Pattern Exercises -- 12 color-coded patterns -- develop quick, precise action in the left hand without the need for fingerboard tapes. Fingerboard Geography Exercises teach note names, distances, and intervals for all the notes in 1st position. No Fear Shifting has students sailing effortlessly all the way to 8th position on their first day of shifting. Viola Fingerboard Geography, Volume 1, concludes with dozens of Practice Suggestions for pieces in the Suzuki® Viola School, Volumes 1-4, but can be used as a daily warm-up routine and complements perfectly any beginning viola method. The book includes 4 pull-out color-coded Finger Pattern charts. Learn More
  5. Recital Showstoppers

    Recital Showstoppers

    Ed. and perf. Valery Lloyd-Watts

    £13.50

    00-31917

    An eclectic mix of lighthearted rags, arrangements of popular Gershwin songs, nostalgic novelty pieces, and driving boogie-woogie are featured in this book and CD collection. Pianists will find these gems challenging but surefire audience-pleasers. The CD, performed by Valery Lloyd-Watts, provides a powerful auditory tool for musical interpretation. Valery Lloyd-Watts studied at the Conservatory of Music in Toronto and the Royal College of Music in London. She earned a Master of Music degree from the University of Wisconsin, where she studied with Paul Badura-Skoda. She is best known for her expressive, meticulous recordings of the Suzuki® Piano School literature. Titles: Boogie Woogie Etude * Bumble Boogie * The Cascades * Dizzy Fingers * Fascinating Rhythm * I Got Rhythm * Kitten on the Keys * Nola * Rialto Ripples * The Syncopated Clock. Learn More
  6. By Shinichi Suzuki / Perf. Seth Himmelhoch and Andrew LaFreniere

    £16.95

    00-42082

    The Suzuki Method® of Talent Education is based on Shinichi Suzuki's view that every child is born with ability, and that people are the product of their environment. According to Suzuki, a world-renowned violinist and teacher, the greatest joy an adult can know comes from developing a child's potential so he/she can express all that is harmonious and best in human beings. Students are taught using the "mother-tongue" approach. Now available as Book & CD kit. Titles: Nonesuch * Greensleeves * Packington's Pound * Ghiribizzo (Paganini) * Waltz from Sonata No. 9 (Paganini) * Andantino (Carulli) * Calliope (Lesson 61) (Sagreras) * Etude (Carulli) * Etude (Coste) * Arietta, Theme & Variations (Küffner) * Celeste y Blanco (Ayala). Learn More
  7. String Quartets for Beginning Ensembles, Volume 1

    String Quartets for Beginning Ensembles, Volume 1

    Arr. Joseph Knaus

    £18.50

    00-0281S

    Comprised of works from Volumes 1, 2, and 3 of the Suzuki Violin School, which have been arranged for string quartet by violinist/arranger Joseph Knaus. With lower string parts providing melodic and rhythmic counterpoint to set off the simple melodies (which match the Suzuki Method® repertoire), these quartets are nevertheless simple enough for beginning level players ready for their first chamber music experience. String Quartets for Beginning Ensembles are sold in sets including full score and one part book per instrument. Volume 1 contents are: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Theme and Variations (Shinichi Suzuki) * Lightly Row (Folk Song) * Song of the Wind (Folk Song) * Go Tell Aunt Rhody (Folk Song) * O Come, Little Children (Folk Song) * May Song (Folk Song) * Long, Long Ago (T. H. Bayly) * Allegro (Shinichi Suzuki) * Etude (Shinichi Suzuki) * Perpetual Motion (Shinichi Suzuki) * Allegretto (Shinichi Suzuki) * Andantino (Shinichi Suzuki) * Gavotte (F. J. Gossec). Learn More
  8. Diamond in the Sky

    Diamond in the Sky

    [Shinichi Suzuki] By Jerlene Cannon

    £6.25

    00-40090

    Diamond in the Sky is a children's book on the life of Dr. Shinichi Suzuki. It is written for the thousands of children (and their parents) who study the Suzuki® Method of learning music. This book describes Dr. Suzuki's life in clear, chronological order, and includes anecdotes and historical information that bring him to life in a real world. Diamond in the Sky is written for a 4th-6th grade reader, or can be used by parents to read aloud to younger children. Learn More
  9. The Music Road: A Journey in Music Reading, Book 1

    The Music Road: A Journey in Music Reading, Book 1

    Constance Starr

    £8.95

    00-0610

    The Music Road: A Journey in Music Reading presents an exciting, effective way for beginning music readers to experience the joy of reading and playing music at the keyboard. In the three volumes of The Music Road, a comfortable sequence of steps is presented. Each unit is divided into three parts: "Stop! Look! Learn!" presents new material with follow-up written assignments, "Stop! Look! Play!" presents new material in simple playing experiences, short mini-melodies, and one measure musical examples, and "Destination" uses folk songs and original music to offer many opportunities to "see and play" what has been presented in the learning part of the unit. Each unit has a corresponding "Stop! Listen!" appendix in which the ear is trained to "hear" what has been "seen" on the printed page. Listening to "high - low," keyboard location, quarter, half, whole notes, 3/4 - 4/4 time, and intervals are a few of the beginning focuses in Book 1. Relating the eye and ear in this way is excellent sensory reinforcement and makes sense, too, of music theory for the young student. An additional appendix contains a teacher's guide, and general and specific practice points to help the teacher and parent use The Music Road successfully. The slow progression throughout the books ensures the mastery of concepts, and the extensive use of those concepts at the keyboard gives the student a wonderful sense of accomplishment. The philosophical and psychological basis for the Music Road books is a natural extension of the Suzuki approach, yet teachers with traditional approaches find the books equally successful with their students. Learn More
  10. In Search of the Japanese Spirit in Talent Education

    In Search of the Japanese Spirit in Talent Education

    By Susan C. Bauman

    £8.95

    00-0767

    Author Susan Bauman explores aspects of cultural consciousness in Japan, including the system of values and obligations in Japanese society, in an attempt to clarify the misunderstandings and misrepresentation of the Suzuki Method® in the United States. Talent Education cannot be abstracted from its cultural roots. Learn More

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