An easy-to-teach, straight forward string method from three renowned pedagogues. A unique letter-note style of music notation is utilized which ensures a smooth transition from rote to note reading. Students are quickly introduced to ensemble playing and play a wide variety of fun-to play melodies, keys and modes. Strictly Strings features a carefully prepared lesson sequence which develops all players' abilities equally.
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Artist/Composer: Jacquelyn Dillon, James Kjelland, and John O'Reilly
Strictly Strings: Cello (Book 1)
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The study of string instruments should include ensemble
playing at the earliest possible stage. There is much to be gained from the playing of duets. Each player learns how to listen to the other, and in a short time develops ...
An easy to teach, straight forward string method
from three renowned pedagogues. A unique letter note style of music notation is utilized which ensures a smooth transition from rote to note reading. Students are quickly introduced to ensemble playing and ...