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Blemished Franz Hoffmann Danube Cello 3/4 Size

Item# BHEC20034

Shar: $1,099.00Sale: $549.50

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Our European "Step-up" Hoffmann, for Beginning and Intermediate Players

The Hoffmann Danube cello comes from Romania in the heart of Europe, exemplifying the well-earned reputation of European workmanship. Carefully aged wood from the Carpathian forest is hand crafted, hand finished and expertly set up. Protected by a durable nitro varnish, for years of service. Fitted with a Wittner tailpiece and D'Addario Prelude strings, each Hoffmann Danube in inspected and shop adjusted in SHAR's Ann Arbor workshop.

Carlo Lamberti Classic Violin Outfit 4/4 Size

Item# LV14T 44

$1,350.00

How Do You Improve a Classic?
Developed by Charles Avsharian, SHAR CEO, our original Carlo Lamberti violin is a popular choice among advancing players and their teachers. And for many good reasons: a warm, sweet tone, with a variety of tonal colors, quality Chinese craftsmanship, tasteful hand-varnish, striking wood flaming, premium fittings and strings all combine to make these exceptional violins. Our all-new Lamberti Classic starts with the same qualities, and takes them to the next level. You will notice this in balanced and seamless tone, the buttery varnish, and the exquisite attention to detail in the workmanship. In fact, we believe there is no better violin anywhere in this price range. The Lamberti Classic is Best In Class! The "Best in Class!" icon is your assurance that SHAR has searched the world for instruments that are the very best value in each category. We offer a variety of instruments for different playing levels and price ranges, so that you can find the instrument that is perfect for your needs.

Carlo Lamberti Classic Violin Outfit 3/4 Size

Item# LV14T 34

$1,350.00

How Do You Improve a Classic?
Developed by Charles Avsharian, SHAR CEO, our original Carlo Lamberti violin is a popular choice among advancing players and their teachers. And for many good reasons: a warm, sweet tone, with a variety of tonal colors, quality Chinese craftsmanship, tasteful hand-varnish, striking wood flaming, premium fittings and strings all combine to make these exceptional violins. Our all-new Lamberti Classic starts with the same qualities, and takes them to the next level. You will notice this in balanced and seamless tone, the buttery varnish, and the exquisite attention to detail in the workmanship. In fact, we believe there is no better violin anywhere in this price range. The Lamberti Classic is Best In Class! The "Best in Class!" icon is your assurance that SHAR has searched the world for instruments that are the very best value in each category. We offer a variety of instruments for different playing levels and price ranges, so that you can find the instrument that is perfect for your needs.

Carlo Lamberti Classic Violin Outfit 1/2 Size

Item# LV14T 12

$1,350.00

How Do You Improve a Classic?
Developed by Charles Avsharian, SHAR CEO, our original Carlo Lamberti violin is a popular choice among advancing players and their teachers. And for many good reasons: a warm, sweet tone, with a variety of tonal colors, quality Chinese craftsmanship, tasteful hand-varnish, striking wood flaming, premium fittings and strings all combine to make these exceptional violins. Our all-new Lamberti Classic starts with the same qualities, and takes them to the next level. You will notice this in balanced and seamless tone, the buttery varnish, and the exquisite attention to detail in the workmanship. In fact, we believe there is no better violin anywhere in this price range. The Lamberti Classic is Best In Class! The "Best in Class!" icon is your assurance that SHAR has searched the world for instruments that are the very best value in each category. We offer a variety of instruments for different playing levels and price ranges, so that you can find the instrument that is perfect for your needs.

My Very First Cello Method - Weekly Practice Workbook - Volume 1 - by Kathryn Schutmaat

Item# CM4

$15.95

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This Weekly Practice Workbook for Volume 1 of the increasingly popular Cello Beginner Book Series by Kathryn Schutmaat is an exceptional, beautifully illustrated, child-friendly approach to the first steps in cello playing. This book functions as supplementary materials to the Method Book 1: quiz questions, activities, and drawings.

Schutmaat - Weekly Practice Workbook Volume, 2

Item# CM5

$15.95

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This Weekly Practice Workbook for Volume 2 of the increasingly popular Cello Beginner Book Series by Kathryn Schutmaat is an exceptional, beautifully illustrated, child-friendly approach to the first steps in cello playing. This book functions as supplementary materials to the Method Book 2: quiz questions, activities, and drawings.

Leatherwood Baroque Violin (or Treble Viol) Rosin

Item# LBRTV

$67.00

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If You Use Gut Strings . . .

Players that perform early music on instruments set up in the baroque style use gut strings. In fact, there are still many traditional players that prefer gut strings because of their warmth, complexity, layers of tonal colors, and soft hand feel. It takes practice playing on them because of their slower response and tendency to “choke” on the bow stroke because of their lower tension. The key is to “let” the strings play – release the bow stroke quickly after the attack, to allow the string to vibrate as freely as possible.

Modern rosins designed for synthetic and steel strings do not help matters, and too often squelch gut strings because of their lower tension. The result can be a crunchy, sometimes squeaky sound and sticky feel, masking the unique qualities that gut strings possess.

Leatherwood Baroque formula rosins solve the problem for baroque and gut string players! Producing a clean and gentle attack, followed by smooth traction in the bow stroke, gut strings will vibrate freely, rewarding the player handsomely with their unique qualities. The result is the brilliant, clean sound that baroque players seek, as well as a faster, easier response, which will be especially appreciated for intricate passages and ornamentation.

Three formulations of Leatherwood Baroque Rosin have been created, for every player:
LBRTV: for Baroque Violin/Treble Viol
LBRVAM: for Baroque Viola/Tenor Viol/Viola d’amore
LBRBV: for Baroque Cello/Bass Viol

Note: the type and appearance of wood used in the block may vary from the picture represented on this page.

Leatherwood Baroque Viola (Viola d'Amore or Tenor Viol) Rosin

Item# LBRVAM

$67.00

In Stock

If You Use Gut Strings . . .

Players that perform early music on instruments set up in the baroque style use gut strings. In fact, there are still many traditional players that prefer gut strings because of their warmth, complexity, layers of tonal colors, and soft hand feel. It takes practice playing on them because of their slower response and tendency to “choke” on the bow stroke because of their lower tension. The key is to “let” the strings play – release the bow stroke quickly after the attack, to allow the string to vibrate as freely as possible.

Modern rosins designed for synthetic and steel strings do not help matters, and too often squelch gut strings because of their lower tension. The result can be a crunchy, sometimes squeaky sound and sticky feel, masking the unique qualities that gut strings possess.

Leatherwood Baroque formula rosins solve the problem for baroque and gut string players! Producing a clean and gentle attack, followed by smooth traction in the bow stroke, gut strings will vibrate freely, rewarding the player handsomely with their unique qualities. The result is the brilliant, clean sound that baroque players seek, as well as a faster, easier response, which will be especially appreciated for intricate passages and ornamentation.

Three formulations of Leatherwood Baroque Rosin have been created, for every player:
LBRTV: for Baroque Violin/Treble Viol
LBRVAM: for Baroque Viola/Tenor Viol/Viola d’amore
LBRBV: for Baroque Cello/Bass Viol

Note: the type and appearance of wood used in the block may vary from the picture represented on this page.

Leatherwood Baroque Cello (or Bass Viol) Rosin

Item# LBRBV

$67.00

In Stock

If You Use Gut Strings . . .

Players that perform early music on instruments set up in the baroque style use gut strings. In fact, there are still many traditional players that prefer gut strings because of their warmth, complexity, layers of tonal colors, and soft hand feel. It takes practice playing on them because of their slower response and tendency to “choke” on the bow stroke because of their lower tension. The key is to “let” the strings play – release the bow stroke quickly after the attack, to allow the string to vibrate as freely as possible.

Modern rosins designed for synthetic and steel strings do not help matters, and too often squelch gut strings because of their lower tension. The result can be a crunchy, sometimes squeaky sound and sticky feel, masking the unique qualities that gut strings possess.

Leatherwood Baroque formula rosins solve the problem for baroque and gut string players! Producing a clean and gentle attack, followed by smooth traction in the bow stroke, gut strings will vibrate freely, rewarding the player handsomely with their unique qualities. The result is the brilliant, clean sound that baroque players seek, as well as a faster, easier response, which will be especially appreciated for intricate passages and ornamentation.

Three formulations of Leatherwood Baroque Rosin have been created, for every player:
LBRTV: for Baroque Violin/Treble Viol
LBRVAM: for Baroque Viola/Tenor Viol/Viola d’amore
LBRBV: for Baroque Cello/Bass Viol

Note: the type and appearance of wood used in the block may vary from the picture represented on this page.

GoTune AppClip

Item# GT1

$12.95

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Turn Your Smartphone into a Clip-On Tuner!

The Go Tune AppClip is a contact pickup with a 1/8-inch plug, making it compatible with Smartphones and Tablets. The AppClip works with all popular tuning Apps and effectively isolates the vibrations of your instrument in noisy environments.

*Tune Any Instrument
*Use Any Tuner App
*Any Phone or Tablet
*Isolates the Instrument
*Ignores Noise
*iOS or Android
*All Audible Frequencies
*No Batteries Needed
*Free Cable Organizer

The Art of Swing Violin - by Stephan Dudash

Item# 0010 135

Shar: $59.99Sale: $53.99

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The Ultimate Guide to Transform Yourself Into a Swing Violinist and Improviser!

"Wow, what a book!! Useful for all levels and having the words to these old songs is certainly a big plus. Every fiddler will be swingin' when they get this book that;s for sure." - Byron Berline, Three-Time National Fiddler Champion

With three solo CDs under his belt, years of touring and performing with artists such as Dave Brubeck, Shania Twain, David Lee Roth, Tommy Emmanuel, Byron Berline, Lee Greenwood, Olivia Newton-John, and John Jorgensen, and frequent performances in places such as the Grand Old Opry, Nashville violist/violinist Stephan Dudash is the consummate professional artist. Classically trained, possessing great technique and a background in pedagogy, Stephan has created perhaps the ultimate guide that any violinist will find invaluable in learning swing violin, jazz, and gypsy-jazz styles.

The Art of Swing Violin is packed with clear, easy-to-understand information, exercises, and performance notes, which any classical violinist will appreciate. Everything required to successfully perform swing music on the violin is in this volume, including scales, bowing exercises that make swing playing easy, chord progression studies, and a number of famous swing tunes to learn. Best of all, Stephan brings his 30 years of experience as a teacher, with valuable tips on style, swing vibrato practices, shifting, sliding, improvisational techniques, and performance practices. Always concerned with creating a beautiful sound, Stephan shares his secrets in making a shimmering, soulful sound, with specifics that you can apply right away.

With seven famous swing tunes and 14 original swing solos, and a CD with all tunes performed by Stephan; and, the tunes start out slowly and build speed, allowing you to play along as you learn.

Bach, J.S. - Sonata for Violin and Cembalo in G Minor - optional Viola da gamba part - BWV 1030a - Edition Breitkopf

Item# 1451 102

Shar: $23.10Sale: $20.79

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Sonata in G Minor for Violin and Piano or Viola da gamba, by Johann Sebastian Bach
Reconstruction by Klaus Hofmann

The reconstruction presented here is an attempt to take a version of a work that has survived only in the form of a fragment and make it accessible to musical practice once again. The work in question is an earlier version of Bach's well-known Sonata in B minor for Flute and Harpsichord obbligato BWV1030. The autograph of the flute sonata still shows traces of its transposition from the original key of G minor at various passages. The most important means of gaininga revealing insight into the history of the flute sonata, however, is offered by a copyist's transcription from around 1770/80: bearing the title "Cembalo", it is a performance part which transmits the keyboard part of the sonata in an obviously earlier version in G minor. A performance part had no doubt also been prepared along with the harpsichord part, but it has not survived.

This edition includes the violin solo part, a keyboard accompaniment part, and a separate ad lib Viola da gamba part that functions as an accompaniment that can be played with or without the Cembalo part.

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