K. Wartberg: BASICS for YOUNG VIOLININSTS

TEST TEACHERS WANTED!

For Kerstin Wartberg’s handout 
BASICS for YOUNG VIOLININSTS

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Intermediate level, vol. 1 = Suitable for students in Suzuki Books 4 – 6

Sneak preview of Kerstin Wartberg’s next publication from Edition Peters,
based on the teachings of Simon Fischer and Shinichi Suzuki

FREE DOWNLOAD
BASICS for YOUNG VIOLININSTS
32 pages and 34 mp3 files (74364 KB)
Piano Arrangements by David Andruss

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The original version of volume 1 will contain 70 pages. Here is one of the first exercises, which was tested by

Heidi Curatolo from Aspen, USA
Heidi writes: “Please watch our first attempt practice video.
My little student starting to learn how to play beyond 3rd position on her quarter size violin.
We hope you like it.”


2+3_climbing-melodyFree Download
PDF: Climbing Melody with Scales
MP3 / Tempo 60: Climbing Melody with Scales
MP3 / Tempo 80: Climbing Melody with Scales

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Here is another scale system to test:

Scales & Arpeggios on one String (based on the Flesch System)
FleschFree Download
PDF: Scales & Arpeggios on one String
MP3 / Tempo 100: Scales & Arpeggios on one String

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2 thoughts on “K. Wartberg: BASICS for YOUNG VIOLININSTS

  1. Cora Cooper

    I would love to use this with some of my college students to review basics with them, and show this to them as a teaching approach– would you consider letting me test teach it for these purposes?

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    1. Kerstin Wartberg Post author

      Hello Cora Cooper,

      You are very welcome to work with this material with some of your college students. Please tell us a little bit about you. Where are you teaching?

      It would be very nice, if you could send us from time to time some feedback or some short films.

      All the best for you and your students!
      Kerstin Wartberg

      Reply

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