Martelé; Slurs; Rhythms; Separate Bows (Detaché); Arpeggios; Listen for (for fingereings) and Galamian’s 24 note 3 octave scale and acceleration pattern. Contemporary Violin Technique, Volume 1: Scale and Arpeggio Exercises with Bowing and Rhythm Patterns by Frederick Neumann and Ivan Galamian. Principles of Violin Playing and Teaching [Ivan Galamian] on Volume 1: Scale and Arpeggio Exercises with Bowing and Rhythm Patterns.
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Volume Two – STAGE ONE SCALES
Composed by Ivan Galamian.
Your discount will galamia immediately applied to your order. These volumes systematically guide the student to establish agility and control of the left hand, to build important basic skills of the bow arm, and develop coordination between hands.
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The Ivan Galamian string technique series presents an integrated and comprehensive approach to master the essential elements of string yalamian. To create a music list, please sign in. In Stock Usually leaves our warehouse: Studying scales from the very beginning guarantees that they will become an integral part of technical development. Not only do scales promote the continuing development of technique, they also help to place the student in the state of mind most conducive to aglamian productively.
Galamian/Neumann – Contemporary Violin Technique, Book 2 – Galaxy Music Corporation
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A lifelong companion to the serious string player. There is documentation that a metronome setting of 60 is the most efficient learning tempo because it corresponds to our natural biorhythms. Create New Music List. Proportions of 60 90, etc are also ideal practice tempos.
Practicing arpeggios with an awareness of bow division, shifting, intonation, and relaxed physical motions. Close X Music Lists. For more details go to Product Detail Page. Using patterns rather than specific rhythms teaches the general relationship of the notes without being caught up in the precise rhythm.
Regardless of left hand action, the student should strive to maintain a constant bow speed and a rich, focused valamian.
Sorry but your review could not be submitted, please verify the form and try again. Challenging bowings or rhythm patterns in the repertoire can be mastered by incorporating them into scale practice.