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Killer Technique-Fiddle

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Method
Composer Susanna Barnes
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Catalog # 30084

Price: $6.99

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Product Description

Killer Technique-Fiddle Composed by Susanna Barnes. For Method. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 30084, UPC: 9780786684519)

Killer Technique: Fiddle presents exercises designed to develop fluid left hand and bow technique. The exercises reinforce fundamental playing movements and stretch the reader's command of the instrument. First the left hand and the bow hand are singled out, addressed individually via exercises featuring a variety of permutations and combinations across the strings and up the fingerboard; next, coordination between the hands is given attention through exercises using both hands simultaneously. These exercises will allow players to improve their speed, accuracy and agility, gaining increased control of and facility on the violin. The exercises can be used as daily studies for fiddlers of any level.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ABOUT THE AUTHOR  
ALTERNATES  
BOWING PATTERNS AND BOWING PATTERN  
BOWING WORKOUT  
COMBINING WORKOUTS  
FINGER ORDERINGS  
FINGER PATTERNS  
INTRODUCTION  
LEFT-HAND WORKOUT  
2 STRING COMBINATIONS  
3 STRING COMBINATIONS  
4 STRING COMBINATIONS  

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