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Givens, Shirley - Adventures in Violinland Legacy Series, Book L1: "Songs for all Seasons" - Arioso Press Publication

Givens, Shirley - Adventures in Violinland Legacy Series, Book L1: "Songs for all Seasons" - Arioso Press Publication | 0319 723

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The late, renowned pedagogue Shirley Givens’ Adventures in Violinland series for beginning violinists is widely respected and used. Her husband, equally renowned concert cellist and teacher Harry Wimmer, and co-editor of these wonderful books, has added a new Legacy Series, putting to new use the original pages from Shirley Givens’ 24 titles.

Book L 1, ”Song for All Seasons", is a compilation of songs found in these books, but arranged in seasonal order. They can be enjoyed by children no matter what violin method they are using. Some are folk songs, others are by well-known composers. Most may even be played as duets with their student friends or you, the teacher!

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Adventures in Violinland - Book 4F - A Gala Party at the Summit

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About Shirley Givens:

Shirley Givens is Professor of Violin at the Peabody Conservatory, the Juilliard School, and at Mannes College The New School. Her countless honors include the Presidential Scholar Teacher Recognition Award by U.S. Secretary of Education, Margaret Spellings, in ceremonies at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

Internationally recognized as an artist-teacher and passionate about the careful nurturing of violinist-musicians, Shirley Givens has never lost her dedication to the vitally important area of beginning teaching, which remains close to her heart. A growing number of fine young violinists have benefited from her joyfully unique method. A veritable "Who's Who" of parents prominent in the arts have brought their children to study with her: Violinists Pinchas Zukerman, Itzhak Perlman and Robert Mann, pianists Claude Frank, Lillian Kallir, Rudolf Firkusny and Jerome Lowenthal, the artist Peter Max, the actors Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, Paul Sparer and Nancy Marchand, soprano Phyllis Curtin, conductor Herbert Blomsted, impresario Art D'Lugoff and many others. The internationally renowned concert artist Pamela Frank began her studies with the Givens Method, enjoying the Adventures in Violinland books. She continued with Ms Givens for 11 years, reaching the major repertoire such as the Tchaikovsky Concerto.

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