Teaching the Fundamentals of Violin Playing
Jack Pernecky, in collaboration with Lorraine Fink, presents a comprehensive volume on teaching violin. Teachers of beginners, college pedagogy teachers, and classroom and studio teachers will all find pertinent information to expand their tools for teaching. In addition to extensive coverage of aspects of technique, the book addresses note reading, musical form, relationships between repertoire and scales, practicing effectively, and many other topics.
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INTRODUCING PRETWINKLE PREPARATORY SONGS AND SCALE PATTERNS
BOW AND LEFT HAND TOGETHER
RHYTHM NAMES TO TWINKLE VARIATIONS
PREPARATORY PERIOD PRACTICE FORMAT REVIEW OF CHAPTER 1
The Scale Building Techniques and Musical Skills
Teaching Change of Position
Teaching the Vibrato from Beginning to Advanced Levels
Teaching and Practicing
Playing Double Stops and Chords
Private Studio and Classroom String Teaching Programs Alternatives
Keeping Interest Alive Motivating Students
MUSICAL CONCEPTS LEARNED THROUGH DALCROZE EURHYTHMICS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON LEFT HAND AND BOWING TECHNIQ...
MUSICAL CONCEPTS AND REPERTOIRE LEARNED FROM THE SUZUKI RECORDINGS
Developing Left Hand and Finger Dexterity From
Interrelating Repertoire with Scales MiniExercises and Etudes
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1st position 3rd position 4th position adjustments Allegretto apply aural bow arm bow division bow hold bow stroke bowing action bowing movements bowing techniques CHAPTER chinrest coordinate Dalcroze detache develop double stop dynamic level ensemble etude eurhythmic fingerboard fingers and thumb flexible forearm and elbow fourth finger frog G Major Gavotte hair contact hand and bowing hand and wrist Hot Cross Buns J J J J J.S. BACH learning lift and reset Lightly Row lower major scale melody meter middle of bow mini-exercises Minuet move Note values open string Perpetual Motion pizzicato playing position pre-Twinkle proper bowing quarter notes r r r review and refine scale patterns second finger shifting shoulder slightly slurred staccato songs spiccato step step step string crossing string method books student Suzuki repertoire Tap Tap Tap teacher teaching technical and musical tempo tension-free third finger tone quality Twinkle upper arm violin weight