Fiddle Time Scales: Bk. 2

Fiddle Time Scales: Bk. 2

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Fiddle Time Scales 2 imaginatively develops musicianship skills, violin technique, and musical creativity through scales and arpeggios. It's an ideal companion volume to Fiddle Time Sprinters. BL major and minor scales and arpeggios, plus dominant 7ths, chromatics, pentatonics, Blues scales, and modes BL pieces and studies for each key in a range of styles from Baroque to the Blues BL effective technical exercises for both right and left hand, including spiccato and 2nd and 3rd position BL duets and solos, some with chord symbols for keyboard or guitar accompaniment BL creative ideas to encourage composition, improvising, and question and answer activities BL practical ideas for aural training and theory BL an ideal companion volume to Fiddle Time Sprinters.show more

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  • Sheet music | 32 pages
  • 226 x 306 x 6mm | 140.62g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • w. music.
  • 0193220989
  • 9780193220980
  • 348,984

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With one page for each scale, its arpeggio, a piece, a study, and a musicianship exercise, it is a clearly organised and a very welcome resource book. There is a good mix of folk, classical and specially-written pieces and, most usefully, an explanation of the dominant 7th. It promises to be a valuable addition to the violin-teaching repertoire. Music Teacher Jan 2004 Authors Kathy and David Blackwell lay out easy-to-follow and fun exercises. The books are filled with colorful illustrations and most of the musical exercises include whimsical lyrics and fun tips. Strings (US) Oct 03show more

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With one page for each scale, its arpeggio, a piece, a study, and a musicianship exercise, it is a clearly organised and a very welcome resource book. There is a good mix of folk, classical and specially-written pieces and, most usefully, an explanation of the dominant 7th. It promises to be a valuable addition to the violin-teaching repertoire. Music Teacher Jan 2004show more