5 Progressive Double-Stop Études for Violin, composed by Heather Figi is a 21 page *eBook for beginning - intermediate level violin players.
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Table of Contents for 5 Progressive Double-Stop Études for Violin:
1- Preparatory Exercises the 5 Progressive Double Stop Études - page 1
2- 5 Progressive Double Stop Études for Violin including Simplified Single Stop Previews + Chord & Bariolage Studies - pages 2-11
3- Bonus Double Stop Music - pages 12-14
- Twinkle Theme in Double Stops (I Position & Shifting)
- Boil Them Cabbage Down (Theme & Variation)
- New Spring (Single Stops & Double Stops)
4- Blank Staff Paper - page 15
5- Interval Charts - pages 16-17
This resource is also offered in a Bonus Bundle, which features 3 for the price of 2 (or better) pricing. Learn more HERE.
* Please note this eBook is a digital download and no physical item will be sent in the mail. Once you order this collection, you will be re-directed to a link that allows you to download this playful collection of music and print it out from the convenience of home.
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1- Learn the preparatory exercises at the beginning. Each 4-8 measure section correlates to a longer étude. Some students will be able to learn all 5 in a week, and other students will need more time to learn the 5 preparatory exercises. Do not move on to the full études until these five preparatory exercises are mastered.
2- Next, begin to learn the 5 double-stop études in the progression presented in this resource. Start with playing thru the étude in single stops (written out for the students before each double stop étude). The goal here is to teach students to always "find the easy" in whatever repertoire they are learning. The simplified single-stop versions of the études should be sight-readable, and students should find themselves thinking "this is easy" when playing these on their violin. Previewing the more sophisticated double-stop études with the single-stop simplified version is important because it helps the ear identify a melody which will translate into an accurate and in tune interpretation of the double-stop étude.
3- Play the bonus double-stop music for fun to celebrate how far you have come! Visit the FREEBIES page for some more double stop sheet music.