$6.99
String Builder, Book I
By Samuel Applebaum
Item: 00-EL01544
UPC: 029156096859
ISBN 10: 0769251420
ISBN 13: 9780769251424
PRICE: $6.99
Series: Belwin Course for Strings
Category: String Orchestra Method/Supplement
Format: Book
Instrument: Violin
Instrumentation: Violin
The Belwin String Builder is a string class method in which the violin, viola, cello, and bass play together throughout. Each book, however, is a complete unit and may be used separately for class or individual instruction. The material in this book is realistically graded so that only a minimum of explanatory material is required. Each melody is interesting and will provide the basis for a fine left hand technic and bow arm. Available in three levels for violin, viola, cello, bass, piano accompaniment, and teacher's manual.
TITLE COMPOSER
Picture of the Violin and the Bow
The Two Middle Strings---Quarter Notes
The Two Outer Strings
The Open Strings with Half Notes
Whole Notes
More Melodies with Open Strings
A New Tone---The First Finger on the D String
More Melodies with the First Finger on the D String
A New Tone---The First Finger on the A String
A Higher Tone---The Second Finger on the D String
A Higher Tone on the A String---The Second Finger
More Melodies with the First and Second Fingers
The Third Finger on the D String
The Third Finger on the A String
Beautiful Melodies with the First, Second and Third Fingers
Playing Two Notes in the Same Bow Stroke
A New Low Tone---The First Finger on the G String
The Second and Third Fingers on the G String
The Second Finger---When It Is Not Sharped
Playing Three Notes in the Same Bow Stroke
A New High Tone---The First Finger on the E String
The Second and Third Fingers on the E String
The First Finger on E---When It Is Not Sharped
Playing Beautiful Melodies with Dynamics
Strengthening the Fourth Finger---Left Hand Pizzicato
We Are Now Ready to Use the Fourth Finger
Melodies Using All of the Fingers
Building a Major Scale
Eighth Notes
Eighth Notes Combined with Quarter Notes
Lively Melodies with Eighth Notes