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Catalogue No: M060105159
ISMN: 9790060105159
Shop Product Code: 137604J
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TOPSELL206

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Series: Essential String Method

Department: Strings - Cello

Instrumentation: Cello

Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes (London)

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Trinity College London Cello 2013-20152 

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Sheila Nelson's award winning teaching approach available in a clearly structured progressive method covering all stringed instruments. The Essential String Method develops the pupil as a musician as well as an instrumentalist right from the start through an integrated programme of games, activities, songs and pieces. Developed by Sheila Nelson (violin), Cathy Elliott (Double Bass), Gerald Howard (Cello) and Adrian Thorne (musicianship).

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Contents
  • All through the Night (York)
  • Alla Siciliana (Howard & York)
  • Autumn fr The 4 Seasons (Vivaldi arr Nelson)
  • Balmy Days (Howard & York)
  • Boatman (Nelson)
  • Camptown Races (Foster arr Nelson)
  • Dr Johnson's Jig (Nelson)
  • Happy Sad Song (Howard)
  • Jenny Jones (Nelson)
  • Kumba Yah! (Nelson)
  • Limerick Rake (York)
  • London Bridge Variations (Nelson)
  • March (Handel arr Nelson)
  • Moto Perpetuo (Nelson)
  • Old French Song (Tchaikovsky arr Nelson)
  • Peripatetic Polka (Nelson)
  • Scadavay Dawn (Howard & York)
  • Snap-shift Waltz (Howard & York)
  • Square Scale (York)
  • Swinging Scale (York)
  • Toccata (York & Howard)
  • Two German Dances (Schubert arr Nelson)
  • Upon Paul's Steeple (Nelson)
  

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