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Etudes, studies, methods Share This Here are some cello books that I recommend. The books span different levels, from beginning through advanced. This is only a start. Check back periodically for more books. The links point towards sheetmusicplus. It became the most popular violin method in Germany.

The result is a wonderful new method available for cello teachers. I highly recommend that cello teachers of beginning to intermediate cello students have all four volumes of this series in their library. As stated on the cover page, it is "A cello method for children age four and up". In fact, the upper age limit would probably be seven or eight years of age.

From the first volume, it is clear that the emphasis of this series is on note reading from the very beginning of study. This volume starts with simple rhythmic patterns on open strings and progresses through string crossings, third finger, the triad, first finger, string crossings, fourth finger, accidentals, scales on two strings, stroke patterns, slurs, and portato. In short, it is a wonderful volume for very young cello students.

It covers fourth finger as tonic, triads in C, F, and G major, dotted quarter notes, songs using second and third fingers, extensions, triads in E-flat, B-flat, and F major, sixteenth notes, alternating between normal and extended finger patterns, double stops, first finger as tonic, triads in A, D, and E major, and pieces in various keys and finger patterns.

This volume also begins with a staff that is slightly smaller than the first volume but still larger than the standard printed staff. By the end of this volume the staff is at a standard size. Like the first volume, the second volume probably is more suitable for younger cello students, not older or adult students. The third volume is comprised primarily of duets and reinforces concepts and finger patterns learned in volume two.

I like that it emphasizes half steps between the third and fourth fingers, first and second fingers, and second and third fingers. This will help the student with finger spacing issues on the cello i. Other new concepts are introduced such as ornaments, triplets, minor keys, and half position. This volume could also be used as a stand alone book to enable a young cello student to become fluid in the first position.

The duets between teacher and student also help with ensemble playing. Based around duets, it begins by teaching second and third positions simultaneously, which helps the student feel the subtle finger spacing differences between the two positions.

It introduces shifting, harmonics, syncopation, and keys with higher positions. The end of the volume has an introduction to the three finger positions and tenor clef. The Sassmannshas book has a more serious or weighty feel than the Mooney book so the teacher will have to gauge the proper book for each student. There is also a section covering half position. Each section begins with a "target practice" to find the position on the fingerboard, using open stings as a reference.

Each piece is composed as a duet with an accompaniment part for the teacher, which is great for ensemble playing and intonation. Most double stop cello books are too difficult for beginning cellists so this valuable resource fills the gap.

Double stops are great for intonation and developing proper hand position. Personally, I am grateful for a much-needed book covering the three finger positions in a systematic way. Also, this book serves as a method for teaching tenor clef two birds with one stone! It also covers the four finger positions in tenor clef as well. Each section is preceded by finger pattern exercises with a geography quiz.

As in the previous book, the pieces are written in duo form with a lower part for the teacher to play. Each section is given a different pattern for the student to learn preceded by finger pattern exercises. The last section combines the different patterns so the student will have to figure out which pattern is being used in a given passage.

The first difference is that it is organized around key signatures - relative majors and minors - instead of finger patterns. The books starts in C major and ends in C minor.

Also, I appreciate that it has solo pieces with piano accompaniment for each key, implementing the notes learned in tenor clef. This was my junior high etude book with Kathleen Lester of the Milwaukee Symphony and I still have the same well-worn book. Francis Grant played in the Cleveland Orchestra and after his retirement he devoted himself to full time teaching, publication of pedagogical books, and performance practice.

He has a whole collection of etude books entitled, Fundamentals of Violoncello Technique , that are selected studies from the etude books of Romberg, Lee, and Kummer that take the student from first through thumb position. This book combines selected etudes of Schroeder, Dotzauer, Kummer, Lee, and others that take the student from 2nd through 4th positions. I still use this book today in my teaching of younger students. I by Julius Klengel I used this scale book growing up and still use it today with many of my students.

The book has scales, arpeggios, and scales in thirds from two octaves through four. Alternate bowings are provided. It is a well-organized technical study.

The etudes incorporate many different types of bow strokes and different times signatures. It is a wonderful collection of pieces representing a variety of techniques, styles, and genres. The difficult ranges from elementary to advanced. It is an excellent resource.

Included are scales, broken thirds, arpeggios tonic, sub-dominant, dominant seventh arpeggios , triad with inversions, thirds in double stops, sixths in double stops, octaves, broken thirds in octaves, octave arpeggios, octave scales, tenths, arpeggios in double stops, scales in chords, chromatic scales, and a scales in natural and artificial harmonics.

What is unique about this scale book is that Yampolsky makes the exercises musically attractive by varying the bowings and rhythms in each key. Starker has put together a book that will enable you to map out the fingerboard in your mind, help you think in term of positions, and give you an efficient way to practice.

At the end of the book are applications of the principles presented in the book via examples of how to practice specific passages from the repertoire. It may take a while to figure out how to use the book but study and ponder it and you will understand its organization.


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