Maia Bang Violin Method, Part 6

Maia Bang & Leopold Auer

Soft Cover
Performing Ensemble: Violin Unaccompanied
Instrumentation: Violin
Item Number: O47
Number of Pages: 85
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print


Maia Bang Violin Method, Part 6

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General Remarks About Bowing
A few words anent attacking with the bow
The firm staccato with the up-Bow
What Constitutes the firm staccato
Firm Staccato with the up-bow
Etude for firm staccato
Firm staccato with the down bow
The nervous staccato
The flying staccato
How to play the flying staccato
The undulating stoke
pique bowing
The attaque
The ricochet
Ricochet bowing
Example of ricochet bowing
balzate bowing
Balzate bowing on three strings
example of balzate bowing
Variaties of bowing
Geminiani's exercises
Viotti's mute scale
Professor auer bow
The tremolo
left hand tremolo
Study in combined left hand
Right hand tremolo
Right hand pizzicato
The pizzicato a la guitarra
Alternate pizzicato
Left hand pizzicato
Pizzicato and arco
Preparatory exercises
The flautato
The ponticello
Ponticello bowings
The con legno
The legato glissando
Sautille glissando
Sautille bowing
Famous glissando passages
Sound waves
Sound waves photography
Passage playing
Select passages
Parallel fingering
Song and the violin
General remarks
How to develop a vibrato
Correct positions
Tne overtones
Recitative playing
The free recitative
Measure recitative
The tempo rubato
With regard to style
With regards to practise
Tempo in practising
Some rules
Concerning the violin bridge
Stage fright
The true artist
A word to the teachers
A word to the students
Concluding remarks