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Exercises For The Violin/Double-Stops

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Voicing/Format Violin
Desc Bk/Dvd
Composer Roland Vamos
Publisher Carl Fischer, Llc
Catalog # BF67

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Exercises For The Violin/Double-Stops Composed by Roland Vamos. For Violin. Published by Carl Fischer, Llc. (Catalog # BF67, UPC: 798408087272)

With a foreward written by violin virtuoso and pedagogue, Rachel Barton Pine, who was a student of Dr. Vamos and is thrilled to have his double stop exercises finally come to print after decades of photocopies of his hand- written studies being distributed to students of students, this is a clear and concise protocol of how to strengthen the fingers and fine tune intonation through the use of double stops using every combination of left hand fingers. Divided into seven finger patterns such as two notes on the bottom string to one note on the top or four notes on the top string moving in the opposite direction from four notes on the botton string, and working each pattern at the frog, middle and tip of the bow in rotation, the accomplishment of the student will be the development of a strong left hand that is set up so that the fingers rise and drop consistently landing on the same part of the finger.

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