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Violin Scale ChartsComprehensiveViolin Scale Charts presents all major and minor (melodic) scales and arpeggios in two octaves. It uses various posit...Click To Read More About This Product
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Violin Scale Charts will help you and-or your student master scales and arpeggios quickly and easily.
Violin Scale Charts
Violin Scale Charts presents all major and minor (melodic) scales and arpeggios in two octaves. It uses various positions I-IV. Eight charts per page.Scales become easy to remember
VSC will help you and-or your student master scales and arpeggios quickly and easily. Violin Scale Charts show scale and arpeggio patterns in graphic, chart form. This makes them easy to learn, easy to remember.Pays for itself
Violin Scale Charts pays for itself in lesson time many times over: it helps the student quickly master the basics, and move efficiently and securely, with excellent intonation, to more difficult exercises and repertoryLies flat on your stand
VSC is spiral-bound to lie flat on your music stand.Noted editors
Edited by distinguished educators, including faculty members of the Music Center of the North Shore, Winnetka, IL, Dr. Milton Goldberg, Suzuki teacher and orchestra conductor Kathleen Paramore, as well as Klaus Pfefferkorn, Conductor, Bludenz (Austria) Youth Orchestra.More expression, more confidence
While every effort has been made to make this graphic reference work authoritative, it must be noted that there is no single, one and only, and exclusively "correct" way to finger a scale. Should your teacher differ with anything presented here, please follow his/her approach.
One of the greatest benefits of using Violin Scale Charts, especially at the elementary level, will be to build a strong and secure "4" finger, a more beautiful tone, and stronger and more confident expression. As a musician who happens to play the violin, expression is what you are all about anyway, isn't it? Have fun with these charts. They will make you a more expressive, more confident musician.