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Developing Double-Stops for Violin - edited by Harvey Whistler - published by Rubank Publications

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Developing Double Stops for Violin by Harvey Whistler is "a complete course of study for double note and chord development," addressing the challenges of learning double-stops in a methodical and effective way. Sections deal with developing double-stops in the various positions, as well as focusing on specific types of double-stops like octaves, thirds, and sixths, and chromatic studies.

This book is for violin. Published by Rubank, distributed by Hal Leonard Publications.

Difficulty: A2/A3

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Title: Developing Double-Stops for Violin
Composer: Various
Harvey Whistler
Publisher: Rubank
Instrumentation: Violin
Parts Included: Violin
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Is this available for viola?

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