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Van Bronkhorst, Warren - The Not So Boring Book of Bowing - for Violin - Pernambuco Press

Item# 0088 039

$11.99

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This bow study book for violin has been arranged from string quartet literature. Each selection requires the use of one or two described bowing techniques and provides parts for two players. The upper line (for students) is the first violin part from a quarter movement. The lower line (teacher) is arranged from the other three instrument parts of the quartet. The result: bowing practice made interesting. Covers Detache, Martele, Colle, Spiccato, Sautille, Portato, Sul Tasto, Volante and more.

Teaching Genius by Dorothy DeLay

Item# H234

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For more than 50 years, Dorothy Delay has taught violin at Juilliard. Her pupils have included such notable players as Itzhak Perlman, Gil Shaham, Midori, and Sarah Chang. The author was granted access to DeLay's classes and lessons. She reveals not only DeLay's methods but offers exploration into the mysteries of teaching and learning. Forward by Zubin Mehta. 248 pp.

New Pre-Twinkle Book by Merrill and Brandt

Item# H182P

$15.49

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Hill & Sons Guarneri Standard Black Rebound

Item# RB125DXC

$775.00

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Published by William E. Hills & Sons, 1931.
This companion volume to Hill & Sons' Antonio Stradivari: Life & Work chronicles the lives of these master violin makers-a story of Cremonese craftsman, the environment in which they passed their existence, and a result of their working life in all its bearings. Includes complete birth and death dates and sources of their knowledge and inspiration. 173 pp., 17 color plates, 44 photographic plates, 51 illustrations.
This deluxe 1st Edition is custom rebound in black leather. The top of the pages are edged in gilt, and the side and bottom edges of the pages are uncut, leaving a stylistically authentic jagged edge. There is no slip cover.
This particular book, pictured above, is in superb condition (very nice rebinding). This copy is not a numbered edition.

Hill & Sons Guarneri Deluxe 1980 Reprint Red Linen

Item# RB125DXD

$150.00

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Published by William E. Hills & Sons, 1980.
This companion volume to Hill & Sons' Antonio Stradivari: Life & Work chronicles the lives of these master violin makers-a story of Cremonese craftsman, the environment in which they passed their existence, and a result of their working life in all its bearings. Includes complete birth and death dates and sources of their knowledge and inspiration. 173 pp., 17 color plates, 44 photographic plates, 51 illustrations.
This deluxe edition is a 1980 reprint of the original published in 1931 and is bound in red leather with taupe cloth covers and Guarneri crest. There is no slip cover.
This particular book, pictured above, is in very good condition (cloth pulling away slightly on front and back covers (taped down on back cover), otherwise in excellent condition). This copy is not a numbered edition.

Hill & Sons Guarneri Standard Original White Binding

Item# RB125DXG

$755.00

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Published by William E. Hills & Sons, 1931.
This companion volume to Hill & Sons' Antonio Stradivari: Life & Work chronicles the lives of these master violin makers-a story of Cremonese craftsman, the environment in which they passed their existence, and a result of their working life in all its bearings. Includes complete birth and death dates and sources of their knowledge and inspiration. 173 pp., 17 color plates, 44 photographic plates, 51 illustrations.
This deluxe 1st Edition has the original ivory vellum binding and green cloth covers with Guarneri crest. The top of the pages are edged in gilt, and the side and bottom edges of the pages are uncut, leaving a stylistically authentic jagged edge. With slip cover.
This particular book, pictured above, is in excellent condition (small dark smudge on top of spine, very slight discoloration in vellum, covers in beautiful condition). This copy is not a numbered edition.

Hill & Sons Guarneri Standard Original White Binding

Item# RB125DXM

$625.00

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Published by William E. Hills & Sons, 1931.
This companion volume to Hill & Sons' Antonio Stradivari: Life & Work chronicles the lives of these master violin makers-a story of Cremonese craftsman, the environment in which they passed their existence, and a result of their working life in all its bearings. Includes complete birth and death dates and sources of their knowledge and inspiration. 173 pp., 17 color plates, 44 photographic plates, 51 illustrations.
This deluxe 1st edition has the original ivory vellum binding and green cloth covers with Guarneri crest. The top of the pages are edged in gilt, and the side and bottom edges of the pages are uncut, leaving a stylistically authentic jagged edge. There is no slip cover.
This particular book, pictured above, is in very good condition (binding loose, vellum on spine discolored, cover corners slightly worn). This copy is not a numbered edition.

Hill & Sons Guarneri Standard Original White Binding

Item# RB125DXN

$625.00

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Published by William E. Hills & Sons, 1931.
This companion volume to Hill & Sons' Antonio Stradivari: Life & Work chronicles the lives of these master violin makers-a story of Cremonese craftsman, the environment in which they passed their existence, and a result of their working life in all its bearings. Includes complete birth and death dates and sources of their knowledge and inspiration. 173 pp., 17 color plates, 44 photographic plates, 51 illustrations.
This deluxe 1st edition has the original ivory vellum binding and green cloth covers with Guarneri crest. The top of the pages are edged in gilt, and the side and bottom edges of the pages are uncut, leaving a stylistically authentic jagged edge. There is no slip cover.
This particular book, pictured above, is in very good condition (binding loose, vellum on spine discolored, cover corners slightly worn). This copy is not a numbered edition.

Lyon & Healy The Hawley Collection of Violins

Item# RB325B

$275.00

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Published by Lyon & Healy, 1904.
This book about the Hawley Collection of Violins presents a history of their makers and a brief review of the evolution and decline of the art of violin-making in Italy 1540-1800. It includes instruments by Stradivari (the Healy and the Earl), Guarneri del Gesu (King Joseph and Jarnowick), Nicola Amati, Maggini, Bergonzi, Rogeri, Guadagnini, Joseph filius Andrea Guarneri, Stainer, and Lupot! Limited to only 2000 copies. 105 pp., 36 full-page plates illustrating 12 instruments. A copy brought about $1000 at the Christie's auction of November, 1988.
This standard edition is bound in red cloth with gray-green covers cover. There is no slip cover.
This particular book, pictured above, is in excellent condition (call for further details). This is edition #1802 out of 2000 printed copies.

Lyon & Healy The Hawley Collection of Violins

Item# RB325C

$250.00

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Published by Lyon & Healy, 1904.
This book about the Hawley Collection of Violins presents a history of their makers and a brief review of the evolution and decline of the art of violin-making in Italy 1540-1800. It includes instruments by Stradivari (the Healy and the Earl), Guarneri del Gesu (King Joseph and Jarnowick), Nicola Amati, Maggini, Bergonzi, Rogeri, Guadagnini, Joseph filius Andrea Guarneri, Stainer, and Lupot! Limited to only 2000 copies. 105 pp., 36 full-page plates illustrating 12 instruments. A copy brought about $1000 at the Christie's auction of November, 1988.
This standard edition is bound in red cloth with gray-green covers cover. With slip cover.
This particular book, pictured above, is in very good condition (some slightly worn pages, yellowing/wrinkled tissues, loose binding, broken slip cover). This is edition #561 out of 2000 printed copies.

Lyon & Healy The Hawley Collection of Violins

Item# RB325D

$225.00

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Published by Lyon & Healy, 1904.
This book about the Hawley Collection of Violins presents a history of their makers and a brief review of the evolution and decline of the art of violin-making in Italy 1540-1800. It includes instruments by Stradivari (the Healy and the Earl), Guarneri del Gesu (King Joseph and Jarnowick), Nicola Amati, Maggini, Bergonzi, Rogeri, Guadagnini, Joseph filius Andrea Guarneri, Stainer, and Lupot! Limited to only 2000 copies. 105 pp., 36 full-page plates illustrating 12 instruments. A copy brought about $1000 at the Christie's auction of November, 1988.
This standard edition is bound in red cloth with gray-green covers cover. There is no slip cover.
This particular book, pictured above, is in good condition (loose binding, back page torn in half, top corner of all pages damaged). This is edition #1308 out of 2000 printed copies.

Lyon & Healy The Hawley Collection of Violins

Item# RB325E

$235.00

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Published by Lyon & Healy, 1904.
This book about the Hawley Collection of Violins presents a history of their makers and a brief review of the evolution and decline of the art of violin-making in Italy 1540-1800. It includes instruments by Stradivari (the Healy and the Earl), Guarneri del Gesu (King Joseph and Jarnowick), Nicola Amati, Maggini, Bergonzi, Rogeri, Guadagnini, Joseph filius Andrea Guarneri, Stainer, and Lupot! Limited to only 2000 copies. 105 pp., 36 full-page plates illustrating 12 instruments. A copy brought about $1000 at the Christie's auction of November, 1988.
This standard edition is bound in red cloth with gray-green covers cover. There is no slip cover.
This particular book, pictured above, is in very good condition (binding fairly loose, corners of covers damaged). This is edition #1737 out of 2000 printed copies. inscription: E.L. Schambra May 12, 1904

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