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Stradivari violín, Vol. 3 - Castellano

Violín

ALFARAS, Joan

Reg.: B.3604

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  • Ensemble: Solo.
  • Genres: Educación musical: Repertorio de estudio instrumental; Métodos de instrumento.
  • Language: Español / Castellano
  • Language of the comment: Castellano
  • Product format: Partituras + CD / DVD
  • Difficulty level: Elementary-intemediate
  • Period: 2nd half S. XX - XXI
  • Publishing house: Editorial Boileau
  • Collection: Stradivari
  • Illustrator: FORNER, Ester
  • No. of pages: 44
  • Measure: 31,00 x 23,00 cm
  • ISBN: 978-84-17199-30-2
  • ISMN: 979-0-3503-4035-2
  • Available in digital: No
  • Available for rent: No

STRADIVARI is a collection in three volumes, fruit of a personal challenge: to get my students to play the violin more motivated, without giving up for it a complete training of the instrument. My intention has been to put in the hands of the student and the teacher all the elements that I think they need to achieve it.

The three volumes cover the entire elementary grade and are organized according to the fingering schemes so widely used in Anglo-Saxon methods; starting with 0-1-23-4 in the first volume, continuing in the second with 0-12-3-4 and 0-1-2-34, and in the third volume with 01-2-34 and 01-2 -3-4. In this way the student learns the entire chromatic scale in first position. In the third volume we also work in the third position.

I have tried to sequence the difficulties very gradually; of the rhythms, the notes, the dynamics and the harmonics to the double strings, the changes of position and the chords of three notes, trying to combine different tonalities, bars and alterations so that the learning is complete. At the beginning of each volume there is a summary of the most commonly used scales and arpeggios, with exercises of bow strokes and ligatures.

One of the great attractions of the book, in my opinion, is the variety of musical styles it contains, which already motivate the student and accustom him to interpreting different types of music. The accompaniments are recorded on the CD that accompanies each of the books, and range from modern styles to the most classic with very different instrumentations. Apart from jazz, tango, Celtic music or country, there are also some more "serious" pieces, such as the studios (two in each book) or the concertinos (one in each book), which serve as a summary of the whole technique worked.

For students who find the accompaniment of the CD too fast, the accompaniment written in the piano book (B.3607) is also available, which is also very useful for playing in auditions or concerts.

Joan Alfaras

The second volume consists of:

35 original pieces of elementary level
Introduction of the new fingerings (0-12-3-4) and (0-1-2-34) and the combination of both with (0-1-23-4)
Natural harmonics and double strings
Different styles, from jazz, country and Celtic music to classical style, world music and adventure music
Scales, arpeggios, two studies and the piece Concertino nº 2 in G Major as a summary of all the technique worked
Illustrations in color
Accompaniment CD of all the pieces

 

Prefacio Escalas y arpegios 1ª Posición: Giga Smooth Jazz Sheriff's Tune Danza armenia Be-Bop Stonehenge Rondó Estudio V Hora The Young Fiddler Presto 1ª / 3ª Posición: Balada Country Khronos Allemanda The Good Old Days Buenos Aires Spiritoso Blueberry Estudio VI Irish Hornpipe Concertino nº3 en Re menor