Sassmannshaus, Kurt - Early Start on the Violin Book 4. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag. | BST1004
  • Sassmannshaus, Kurt - Early Start on the Violin Book 4. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag. | BST1004
  • Sassmannshaus, Kurt - Early Start on the Violin Book 4. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag. | BST1004

Sassmannshaus, Kurt - Early Start on the Violin Book 4. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag.

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Sassmannshaus Violin Book 4

The fourth volume introduces various positions as well as new bowing techniques. These are practiced in increasingly demanding classical duets. From here students can embark on the journey of standard repertoire - Concerti such as Vivaldi, Accolay etc. are now within reach.

What makes this violin method so special?

- The child- friendly and age-appropriate text underlying the music enables children to perceive melodies as a whole and to understand their singable qualities.
- Songs and scales in different positions are easily explained and mastered within the first year. This is an important advantage over methods that confine children to the first position for many years.
- Note reading is emphasised from the first lesson - children are brought up to become proficient sight-readers and play in chamber music ensembles as early as possible.
- In contrast to other beginning violin methods, the Sassmannshaus Tradition progresses swiftly by introducing advanced violin techniques in rudimentary form, such as shifting and varied bow strokes.
- The large print notes and text as well as many colorful illustrations are particularly child-friendly and very attractive to pre-school children and school children alike.
- The substantial volumes (64 pages for volumes 1 and 2, 72 pages for volumes 3 and 4) contain comprehensive material and carefully calibrated learning curves. They keep children curious and interested for many months and years.
Sassmannshaus Violin Book 4

The fourth volume introduces various positions as well as new bowing techniques. These are practiced in increasingly demanding classical duets. From here students can embark on the journey of standard repertoire - Concerti such as Vivaldi, Accolay etc. are now within reach.

What makes this violin method so special?

- The child- friendly and age-appropriate text underlying the music enables children to perceive melodies as a whole and to understand their singable qualities.
- Songs and scales in different positions are easily explained and mastered within the first year. This is an important advantage over methods that confine children to the first position for many years.
- Note reading is emphasised from the first lesson - children are brought up to become proficient sight-readers and play in chamber music ensembles as early as possible.
- In contrast to other beginning violin methods, the Sassmannshaus Tradition progresses swiftly by introducing advanced violin techniques in rudimentary form, such as shifting and varied bow strokes.
- The large print notes and text as well as many colorful illustrations are particularly child-friendly and very attractive to pre-school children and school children alike.
- The substantial volumes (64 pages for volumes 1 and 2, 72 pages for volumes 3 and 4) contain comprehensive material and carefully calibrated learning curves. They keep children curious and interested for many months and years.

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