Ivan galamian principles of violin playing and teaching pdf
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- Ivan Galamian-Principles of Violin Playing and Teaching-Prentice Hall (1962).pdf
There are many systems of violin playing, some good, some fair, some bad. The system that I have tried to present in the following pages is the one that I believe to be the most practical, but I do not contend that it is the only right or only possible one. Putting a system into a book, even writing a book like this, is a problematical undertaking because no printed work can ever replace the live teacher-student relationship. The very best that a teacher can give to a student is the individualized, unique approach, which is too personal a thing to be put down on paper anyway. The actual writing of this book has taken many years. It was begun at the gentle urging of several of my students whose faith in the project has kept it alive. The first seven years were given over to the collecting of data from lessons in the studio and to the making of the first complete draft of the work.
New ed. Publication Date: March 21, A celebrated instructor presents his philosophy of teaching and practice methods, including the appropriate combination of technique and interpretation. The longtime Juilliard professor incorporates aspects of both the Russian and French schools in a system both ingenious and logical. Topics include posture, vibrato, intonation, bowing, double stops, and many other subjects. The following article please see, below is obviously very important to string players and violinists, in particular.
Ivan Galamian-Principles of Violin Playing and Teaching-Prentice Hall (1962).pdf
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