Cohen, Eta/Brown, Christine: Violin Method: Preliminary Book ("Starting Right!")

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Violin Method: Preliminary Book ("Starting Right!")

Status: Usually despatched within 24 - 48 hours

Series: Cohen Violin Method

Department: Tutor Methods - Violin

Instrumentation: Violin

Publisher: Novello

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An exciting and fun addition for beginner violinists to the highly respected Eta Cohen Violin Method. This book avoids difficulties of reading even at the earliest stage. Rhythm exercises are introduced before any pitch notation, preparing young violinists for the attractive tunes which follow. All the melodies are kept within the compass of the scale of D major. As well as being easy to read, sing and play, this ensures a natural height of the bowing arm, helping achieve a good sound. Words are included to help learning and so that even the simplest tunes are fun.
Duet parts for the violin or piano are included so that the beginners learn the importance of ensemble playing and keeping time right from the start.

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All The Notes That I Can Play Angela's Skipping Bells Of Amsterdam Boys And Girls Bye, Baby Bunting Cock Robin D Is For Dolphin Daffodils Ding Dong, Bell French Dance French Lullaby French Song From Heavens High Good King Wenceslas Goodbye Hansel And Gretel Hickory, Dickory Dock Hungarian Folk Song I Can Play Irish Lullaby Jack And Jill Jingle Bells Let Us Begin Now Li'l Liza Jane Listen Everyone Look At Me Lullaby Mediaeval Melody Off We Go Pease Pudding Hot Play This Just For You And Me Skipping And Dancing Soldiers' March Squirrels St Paul's Steeple The Farmer's In His Den The Four Loves The Hill The Kitten The Nest The Spinning Wheel The Top This Is D This Is Easy This Is How I Like To Play This Is Not Too Hard For Me Tick-tock Up We Go Waltz With Me Welsh Folk Song Westminster Chimes What Can I Play What Is For Tea?