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22 Groove Studies for Strings by Tracy Silverman, Companion to The Strum Bowing Method

22 Groove Studies for Strings by Tracy Silverman, Companion to The Strum Bowing Method | 7001 194
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22 Groove Studies for Strings, a companion set of progressive string orchestra pieces for middle school through college string ensembles that reinforces and utilizes the techniques from The Strum Bowing Method. Grade level 3. Also a teacher's score, the book tracks along with each chapter of The Strum Bowing Method

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Title: 22 Groove Studies for Strings - Conductor's Score
Author: Silverman, Tracy
Editor: Casteel, Mike
Publisher: Silverman Musical Enterprises
Number of Pages: 138
ISBN Number: 9781732326613
Additional Information: This conductor's score is the supplimental string orchestra companion to The Strum Bowing Method.

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138 pages, Spiral binding

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Tracy Silverman Biography
Lauded by BBC Radio as “the greatest living exponent of the electric violin”, Tracy Silverman’s groundbreaking work defies musical boundaries. Formerly first violinist with the innovative Turtle Island String Quartet, Silverman was named one of 100 distinguished alumni by The Juilliard School and is the subject of several electric violin concertos composed specifically for him by Pulitzer winner John Adams, “Father of Minimalism” Terry Riley, Nico Muhly and Kenji Bunch, as well as the composer of 3 electric violin concertos of his own. He has performed as a soloist with the world’s finest orchestras at Carnegie Hall, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Royal Albert Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Adelaide’s Festival Theatre, Sao Paulo’s Auditorio Ibirapuera, The Hollywood Bowl and Vienna’s Musikverein among many others.
TV/internet and radio include a solo Tiny Desk Concert on NPR, Performance Today, St. Paul Sunday, A Prairie Home Companion and a profile on CBS News Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood.
Mark Swed of the LA Times enthused, “Inspiring. Silverman is in a class of his own.” The Chicago Tribune’s John von Rhein raved, “Blazing virtuosity. You will be astonished that anybody can play a fiddle like that” and Anthony Tommasini, New York Times, wrote, " Fleet agility and tangy expressivity with wailing hints of Jimi Hendrix"
A long-standing advocate for music education, Silverman is an in-demand clinician and on the string faculty at Belmont University in Nashville, TN.

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