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Gazda/Clark: I Used To Play Violin


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I Used To Play Violin: An Innovative Method For Adults Returning To Play Violin And Piano By Gazda/Clark ** Book/CD set ** Publisher: Carl Fischer Edition ** Difficulty: A1/A2.

Are you looking for a violin method designed for adults? Perhaps you used to play violin when you were young. Perhaps that was a long time ago - longer than youd like to admit? I Used to Play Violin by Doris Gazda and Larry Clark is designed for you! Because it is specifically geared towards adults, there arent any of the childish pictures or watered-down language you might encounter in other methods - just the essential things to help you get your basic skills back in shape.

The book includes review of basic music theory concepts, daily studies to help you rebuild your strength and stamina, technique exercises, and a wide variety of pieces to play, from Classical to Jazz. It contains a data CD with recordings of the pieces, plus PDF files of the piano accompaniments, so you can easily print them out. Pieces Included:

Aura Lee (George R. Poulton)
Scarborough Fair (English Folk Song)
America The Beautiful (Samuel A. Ward)
We Wish You A Merry Christmas (Traditional)
Minuet (J.S. Bach)
Symphony No. 94 Theme ["Surprise Symphony"] (Franz Joseph Haydn)
Island Dance (Doris Gazda)
Londonderry Air (Irish Folk Song)
Turkey In The Straw (Traditional)
When Johnny Comes Marching Home (Patrick Gilmore)
Let Us Break Bread Together (from Lyra Davidica)
Barcarolle from The Tales Of Hoffmann (Jacques Offenbach)
Waltz, Op. 39, No. 15 (Johannes Brahms)
Amazing Grace (Traditional)
Silent Night (Franz Gruber)
Auld Lang Syne (Scottish Folk Song)
American Patrol (Fredrick W. Meacham)
Cielito Lindo (Mexican Folk Song)
Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho (Spiritual)
Can-Can from Orpheus In The Underworld (Jacques Offenbach)
Marche Militaire (Franz Schubert)
Entracte from Carmen (Georges Bizet)








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