Otakar Ševčík - Opus 7, Preparatory Trill Studies and the Development of Double-Stopping

Code: BA9556
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Publisher Barenreiter
Arrangement: melody
Cast: solo
Format: book
Genre: music for music school
instructional books
Series: Violin school of technique
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Ševcík’s complete works cover every area of violin technique, from the elementary level and special exercises on individual technical problems all the way to analytical studies of the standard violin… show more

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Ševcík’s complete works cover every area of violin technique, from the elementary level and special exercises on individual technical problems all the way to analytical studies of the standard violin concertos.
His “Preparatory Trill Studies” deal with the placement of the fingers, their pressure on the strings and their action on the fingerboard in elementary positions, proceeding from slow movements to trills.

This edition is essentially based on the original print published at the outset of the 20th century, along with other sources from Ševcík’s posthumous papers. The editor, Jaroslav Foltýn, is a professor of violin at Prague Conservatory, as was Ševcík himself.

• Fundamental pedagogical work by a leading violin teacher
• With methodological notes by the editor (Cz/Eng/Ger)
• Moderate to advanced level of difficulty

Otakar Ševčík (1852-1934) was Czech violinist and pedagogue. He is the creator of his own teaching method with which he has achieved unique results and acclaim, and in the field of his activity he can be considered one of the greatest figures in the world. Ševčík became, in the true sense of the word, a "world" teacher of violinists of various nationalities, who conquered and continue to conquer the world with their art.

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Product code: BA9556
Author / Editor: Ševčík, Otakar
Pages: 67
Language: English
Czech
German
Size: 24 x 31 cm
EAN: 9790260107601
ISMN: 979-0-2601-0760-1
Weight: 0.314