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Viol Player Book 1 USA Edition
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Theses books use the American system of note lengths.
Suitable for children and adult beginners with excellent reviews from Music Teacher Magazine, European String Teachers’ Association, and teachers and players from New York, California, France, Australia, Japan and Switzerland.
Together with period repertoire, popular tunes and technical exercises for the bow and left hand, these books contain a collection of original pieces for solo viol and keyboard,
composed by Paul Sudlow. Each piece has a style, a mood or a story to tell, so that from the first step the student is engaged both imaginatively and expressively with the music. Additionally, consort music that links directly to the progress made by the student throughout the book can be found at the end of each chapter.
The book is supplied in a variety of formats and somes with 2 CDs at High Pitch A=440hz or Low Pitch A =415hz please select on ordering.
“Jacqui Robertson-Wade’s Viol Player series is the fruit of years of thoughtful teaching of young musicians in her flourishing community music programs in Warwickshire. It offers a wealth of valuable materials to aid teacher and student in finding accomplishment and joy in the process of learning to play the viol. The books are lavishly produced, with glossy four-color printing on the covers and abundant black and white illustrations for both instruction and amusement. The authors’ sense of humour, joy and enthusiasm for the project is evident on very page. These are valuable books, and ones that I expect to use in my own teaching that I would gladly recommend to others.”
Review by John Mark Rozendaal, New York, USA. VdgsA News, Official Publication of the Viola da Gamba Society of America, December 2010.