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Die Frohliche Viola Band 1

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Product ID: SC4 ED 8965
By Renate Bruce-Weber

Schott Edition
Viola Method
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Viola (Solo: Unknown)
Level: 1-2

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'Die fröhliche Viola' is a viola method for children which is aimed primarily at pupils who start to learn playing the viola without taking a detour to the violin. Those who have already played the violin and use the method as a 'way to change instruments' may skip some pieces or even start with Vol.2.Like 'Die fröhliche Violine', this book intends to make the children have fun while learning to play the viola. For this purpose, a stylistically varied range of classical and folkloristic songs and instrumental pieces encourage music-making, and small texts provide interesting information on the viola, the music and its composers.The viola is used both as a solo and as an accompanying instrument, and the 'hearing' and 'counting' of middle and lower lines are specifically trained. Due to the fact that many songs and secondary parts are notated in the treble clef and thanks to examples for trio and quartet playing, this book especially encourages ensemble playing with friends or within the family.

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Die Frohliche Viola Band 1
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Renate Bruce-Weber

Renate Bruce-Weber was born in Braunschweig in 1956. At the age of seven, she took her first violin lessons and received numerous prizes and scholarships, such as with 'Jugend musiziert' and the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, USA. She studied violin with Professor Ludwig Müller-Gronau at the North West German Academy of Music in Detmold and chamber music with Professor Wilhelm Isselmann. She taught violin at the Hamburg Conservatoire and founded the children's orchestra 'Violinis' with whom she has given many successful concerts. Apart from the classical repertoire gradually introduced to the 7- to 13-year-old violin pupils, modern music (pop pieces and poems) forms part of the repertoire as well. Since 2003 she has taught mainly children from Hamburg / St. Pauli in cooperation with primary schools in Hamburg. She works as a self-employed violin teacher and violinist in Hamburg.
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