How to Study Kreutzer: A Handbook for the Daily Use of Violin Teachers and Violin Students, Containing Explanations of the Left Hand Difficulties and of Their Solution, and Directions as to the Systematic Acquirement of the Various Bowings, Both Firm and Bounding
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Page 60 - HPHIS book is designed for those who have studied Harmony and would apply it in their every-day musical life, in their playing and in their teaching. It is believed that by a careful study of this book one may learn not only to analyze and to understand anything in the way of harmony that he may chance to meet in musical literature, classical or modern, but — what is far more important — through his heightened powers of comprehension he may be enabled to hear with greater understanding , to read...
Page 58 - Not only have you presented all the hitherto known and used simultaneous tonegroups of the violin in a convenient form, making a veritable encyclopedia of all the chords comprehended in violin technics, but you have also without doubt discovered some hitherto unknown combinations.
Page 58 - ... but you have also without doubt discovered some hitherto unknown combinations. I have derived much pleasure and stimulus from your work, and I beg you to do me the honor of making my opinion, if it seems to you of any worth, widely known among all who are interested in the violin.