The School of Intonation on an Harmonic Basis for Violin is probably one of the foremost references for intonation for the violin created. Sevcik is well-known as a violinist and a teacher, performing and teaching across the globe. This Method in XIV parts has now been reprinted from the original Harms plates dated 1922. Cleaned, straightened, and generally made easier to read, the Edition Fleury reprint here makes using this method even easier. This method is being published three different ways: (1) In XVII seperate parts, (2) In Four volumes, and (3) In one gigantic book. Make sure you choose which you want. All volumes should be on Amazon. Glossy covers, extra pages for notes, and extra blank staff paper included. Printed in English, German, and French. 8.5"x11". Parts are as follows:
I. Introduction to the 1st Position
IIa. 1st Position Supplementary: The Rhythmic Major Scales from Parts IIa and IIb - Pieces (1st position, Grade I) with piano.
IIb. 1st Position Supplementary: The Rhythmic Major Scales from Parts IIa and IIb - Pieces (1st position, Grade I) with piano.
III. 1st Position Supplementary: The Rhythmic Major Scales from Parts IIa and IIb - Pieces (1st position, Grade I) with piano.
IV. 1st Position Supplementary: The Rhythmic Major Scales from Parts IIa and IIb - Pieces (1st position, Grade I) with piano.
V, Introduction to the 2nd-7th Position. Supplementary Parts IIb, III, and IV, also the 2nd violin to the Duettinos from the Parts I, IIa and IIb.
Via. 2nd-7th Position Supplementary
Vib. 2nd-7th Position Supplementary: 40 Bohemian Melodies in the 2nd-7th position.
Vic. 2nd-7th Position, 40 Bohemian Melodies, Supplementary, Parts VIa and VIb.
VII. 2nd-7th Position, Supplementary, Part XII (Introduction to Shifting).
VIII. 2nd-7th Position Supplementary
IX. 2nd-7th Position Supplementary: The 2nd violin to the 40 Bohemian Melodies (Part VIc). W.A. Mozart, Sonatas for violin and piano, No.4, 7, and others.
X. 2nd-7th Position Supplementary
XI. 2nd-7th Position Supplementary
XII. 2nd-7th Position Introduction to Shifting. Supplementary: Sonatas of W.A. Mozart, Nos. 4, 7, and others.
XIII. Transitional Tone used in Shifting Diatonic Scales in a Variety of Forms through 3 Octaves. Supplementary: Concert studies: Rode, Concerto No.6; Viotti, Concerto No.23; Pieces from Grade III.
XIV. Intonation of Double Stops. Supplementary: Continuation of Concert-studies and Piaces form Grades III and IV.
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