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Haydn, Franz Joseph - Gypsy Rondo (from Piano Trio in G, Hob. XV:25) - transcribed for Piano Quintet - edited by Harry Wimmer - Arioso Press

Item# 6162 123

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  • Instrumentation: Piano Ensemble (5+)
  • Composer: Haydn
  • Publisher: Arioso
The Gypsy Rondo is probably Haydn�s most popular composition. It is, of course, the Finale of his Piano Trio in G, Hob XV/25, officially known as the Rondo all�Ongarese. It is the perfect encore piece and is therefore often performed by itself at the end of a concert. It has everything: a bright, catchy, busy tune, somber interludes in the minor key, twirling dance-like figures and, of course, a flashy ending. This edition is for piano and String Quartet.

This edition contains the full score and parts for two violins, viola, and cello. Published by Arioso Press.

Difficulty: 4 - 5


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Haydn, Franz Joseph - Gypsy Rondo (from Piano Trio in G, Hob. XV:25) - transcribed for String Quartet - edited by Harry Wimmer - Arioso Press

Item# X886 123

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  • Instrumentation: String Quartet
  • Composer: Haydn
  • Publisher: Arioso
The Gypsy Rondo is probably Haydn�s most popular composition. It is, of course, the Finale of his Piano Trio in G, Hob XV/25, officially known as the Rondo all�Ongarese. It is the perfect encore piece and is therefore often performed by itself at the end of a concert. It has everything: a bright, catchy, busy tune, somber interludes in the minor key, twirling dance-like figures and, of course, a flashy ending.

This edition contains the full score and parts for two violins, viola, and cello. Published by Arioso Press.

Difficulty: 4 - 5


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Givens, Shirley - Adventures in Violinland, Book 1D: "Halfway Up Fiddle Hill" - Arioso Press Publication

Item# 0141 423

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  • Instrumentation: Violin
  • Composer: Givens
  • Publisher: Arioso
Renowned pedagogue Shirley Givens’ series for beginning\nviolinists is widely respected for its clear, child-friendly format, and its\nsensible progression through techniques. \nThere are lots of pictures, fun and familiar songs, and even pages for\ncoloring!  Ms. Givens uses a “movable\nDo” system to teach pitch relationships and good intonation.  Recommended for very young children. 

Book\n1D
, Halfway Up Fiddle Hill, introduces\nthe 3rd and 4th fingers in the violin 1st position, and also string crossing\n(the DO-SO skip). There are left hand agility exercises. Hand signals to act\nout the scale are introduced (Curwen-Kodaly method), as well as rhythm syllables.\nThere are many violin songs and duets; pencil play is continued.

Givens, Shirley - Adventures in Violinland, Book 3A: "Meet Professor Doremi Fasolati" - Arioso Press Publication

Item# 0319 123

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  • Instrumentation: Violin
  • Composer: Givens
  • Publisher: Arioso
Renowned pedagogue Shirley Givens’ series for beginning\nviolinists is widely respected for its clear, child-friendly format, and its\nsensible progression through techniques. \nThere are lots of pictures, fun and familiar songs, and even pages for\ncoloring!  Ms. Givens uses a “movable\nDo” system to teach pitch relationships and good intonation.  Recommended for very young children. \n

Book 3A
, Meet Professor Doremi Fasolati, throws open the fingerboard and provides the basis for the discovery and exploration of new keys and finger patterns, with "Professor Fasolati" as the guide. The close 1-2 finger pattern is introduced in High G Major and C Major. Three beats to the bow and stopped slurs are presented, as well as dotted rhythms, conducting in 2/4 time and 3/4 time, tempo markings, grace notes, and more note reading. Published by Arioso Press.

Difficulty: 1 - 2


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Givens, Shirley - Adventures in Violinland, Book 4F: "Gala Party at the Summit" - Arioso Press Publication

Item# 0419 623

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  • Instrumentation: Violin
  • Composer: Givens
  • Publisher: Arioso
Renowned pedagogue Shirley Givens’ series for beginning\nviolinists is widely respected for its clear, child-friendly format, and its\nsensible progression through techniques. \nThere are lots of pictures, fun and familiar songs, and even pages for\ncoloring!  Ms. Givens uses a “movable\nDo” system to teach pitch relationships and good intonation.  Recommended for very young children.\n

Book 4F: A Gala Party at the Summit
- the final ascent to the top of Mount Major and the end of the game is achieved by the Major-minor Olympics Relay Race carrying the torch from key to key. A summation of all things learned is the presentation of a gala concert performed by the student featuring seven excerpts with piano accompaniment from the Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky. There are 4 duets and 16 piano accompaniments included in this book, as well as music by Mozart, Stephen Foster, Beethoven, Burgmueller, Liszt, Béla Kéler, and Tchaikovsky. Published by Arioso Press

Difficulty: 3 - 4


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Wimmer, Harry - Adventures in Cello Country, Book 1B: "Do Re Mi" - Arioso Press

Item# 3041 223

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  • Instrumentation: Cello
  • Composer: Wimmer
  • Publisher: Arioso
While enjoying a wide-ranging career as cello soloist and teacher, Harry Wimmer has never lost sight of the important area of beginning teaching, which remains close to his heart. He was co-author with his wife, the renowned violinist and teacher Shirley Givens, of her highly successful Adventures in Violinland, which has reached a staggering 24 volumes. Throughout the years, Harry Wimmer's companion method, Adventures in Cello Country, has been honed by succeeding generations of young cellists. Now he has finally been persuaded to send these books out into the world, in the hope that they will fall into the hands of new bright-eyed young cellists.

Book 1B: Do Re Mi.  The young player sings, listens to himself, sees the note symbols, then plays Do Re Mi. There are catchy 3-note melodies and duets with the teacher.  The student is encouraged to make up, write, and play song endings.

Published by Arioso Press.

Difficulty:
1

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Wimmer, Harry - Adventures in Cello Country Book 1D: Half-Way Up Mt. Cello - Illustrated by Shirley Givens - Arioso Press

Item# 3041 423

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  • Instrumentation: Cello
  • Composer: Wimmer
  • Publisher: Arioso
While enjoying a wide-ranging career as a cello soloist and teacher, Harry Wimmer has never lost sight of the important area of beginning teaching, which remains close to his heart. He was co-author with his wife, the renowned violinist and teacher Shirley Givens, of her highly-successful Adventures in Violinland, which has reached a staggering 24 volumes. Throughout the years, Harry Wimmer's companion method, Adventures in Cello Country, has been honed by succeeding generations of young cellists. Now he has finally been persuaded to send these books out into the world, in the hope that they will fall into the hands of new bright-eyed young cellists.

Book 1D, Half-Way Up Mt. Cello
Placement of the 4th finger for the note FA. Introducing string crossing to SO followed by the DO-SO skip. There are left hand agility exercises. Hand signals to act out the scale are introduced (Curwen-Kodaly Method), as well as rhythm syllables. There are many cello songs and duets including play-by-ear songs; pencil play is continued.

Wimmer, Harry - Adventures in Cello Country - Book 1E: Meet Tex Neek - Illustrated by Shirley Givens - Arioso Press

Item# 3041 523

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  • Instrumentation: Cello
  • Composer: Wimmer
  • Publisher: Arioso
While enjoying a wide-ranging career as a cello soloist and teacher, Harry Wimmer has never lost sight of the important area of beginning teaching, which remains close to his heart. He was co-author with his wife, the renowned violinist and teacher Shirley Givens, of her highly-successful Adventures in Violinland, which has reached a staggering 24 volumes. Throughout the years, Harry Wimmer's companion method, Adventures in Cello Country, has been honed by succeeding generations of young cellists. Now he has finally been persuaded to send these books out into the world, in the hope that they will fall into the hands of new bright-eyed young cellists.

Book 1E, Meet Tex Neek, the cello-totin' cowboy
This is a string crossing game with an American Wild West theme. The technical aim is to achieve clean, clear string crossing through exercises presented in a graded order. Young cellists receive these exercises in the form of messages and clues, and then plot their progress on a trail map until they reach Tex Neek's hideaway and receive an award. There are copious illustrations on "cowboy and Indian" themes by Shirley Givens and Grandpa Fred Givens.

Wimmer, Harry - Adventures in Cello Country - Book 1F: To the Top of Mt. Cello

Item# 3041 623

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  • Instrumentation: Cello
  • Composer: Wimmer
  • Publisher: Arioso
While enjoying a wide-ranging career as a cello soloist and teacher, Harry Wimmer has never lost sight of the important area of beginning teaching, which remains close to his heart. He was co-author with his wife, the renowned violinist and teacher Shirley Givens, of her highly-successful Adventures in Violinland, which has reached a staggering 24 volumes. Throughout the years, Harry Wimmer's companion method, Adventures in Cello Country, has been honed by succeeding generations of young cellists. Now he has finally been persuaded to send these books out into the world, in the hope that they will fall into the hands of new bright-eyed young cellists.

Book 1F, To the Top of Mt. Cello
This is the final installment in the 1st year segment of Adventures in Cello Country. By learning the 6th scale tone (LA) and the Leading Tone (TI), the young cellist reaches the High Tonic (DO') and completes the stepwise ascent. He/she learns one-octave scales in C, G and D Major, as well as many new one-octave songs and duets. There is new bow and left hand technique, rhythm work and pencil play, and finally a checkup game reviewing cello technique from all six Red (1st year) Books.

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