This new collection by Eric Wen seeks to reclaim the violin etude from confinement to the practice room, where it has traditionally been thought to be useful only for building technique. Many of the classic etudes by Dont, Fiorillo, Kreutzer, Paganini, Rode, Tartini, and Wieniawski are viable and exciting music in their own right.
By presenting these important pieces with piano accompaniments devised by virtousi like Auer, Elman, Heifetz and Kreisler, Mr. Wen has produced a volume that will allow students and violin lovers to explore the musical possibilities of this genre with fresh eyes and ears. This inclusion of Lambert Massart's seminal pedagogical work The Art of Studying Kreutzer's Etudes enriches this book and makes it one of the most notable new violin publications of the year.
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Eric Wen studied at Columbia and Yale Universities, and was awarded a research grant for advanced study at Cambridge University in England. He is a violinist, and was a member of L'ensemble Arpeggione, a chamber group based in Paris from 1981-83. Mr. Wen taught theory and analysis at the Mannes College of Music, the University of London (King's and Goldsmith's Colleges), and the Guildhall School of Music. He has also published a number of articles in the field of Schenkerian analysis. After servings as Editor of The Strad from 1986-89 and The Musical Times from 1988-90, he was Director of Biddulph Recordings. Mr. Wen currently teaches Music History and Theory at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia.
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Descrizione libro Childrens Music. Condizione libro: New. AVSA42. Codice libro della libreria 421
Descrizione libro Carl Fischer, LLC, 2002. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0825847087
Descrizione libro Carl Fischer Music, 2002. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 115 pages. 11.90x9.00x0.40 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria 0825847087