Violin Mastery - Talks with Master Violinists and Teachers
Do you enjoy the beautiful sounds produced from the violin? Do you admire those people who seem to be able to so effortlessly coax the beautiful and haunting sound of music from a violin?
Many people believe that it is quite difficult to learn how to play the violin and thus they never even try. Others try but find that most instruction methods are unable to help them learn how to master this beautiful instrument.
Without the right tools and information, it could take you years and cost you a small fortune to discover the secrets of mastering the violin; however. Instead of spending a fortune on so-called experts or knocking yourself out with the old trial and error method, there is an easier way to achieve your goals.
I won’t deny that there are a ton of books out there on the elements of Violin Mastery. Unfortunately the problem with most books on the subject is that they are either filled with plenty of promises and no solid techniques and strategies to back up those promises or they contain only one or two pieces of useful information and not a comprehensive look at everything you need to know to succeed.
Violin Mastery breaks the mold of all the other books you have heard and read about. It presents solid, proven steps to help you learn how to play the violin beautifully.
Right now you’re probably thinking, “Yeah, right. There’s a ton of violin books out there. What makes you and your book so different?”
I won’t deny for a minute that there are some good violin books out there-after all I’ve read most of them, if not all of them. The difference, however; is that my book blows all the others out of the water because it doesn’t just focus on one area of the game.
You get everything you need to understand¬¬ Violin Mastery. Nothing, absolutely nothing, is left out.
The Tools of Violin Mastery
The Violin as a Means of Expression
The Technique of the Modern Quartet
The Technique of Bowing
The Philosophy of Violin Teaching
The Singing Tone and the Vibrato
Technical Difficulties: Some Hints for the Concert Player
What the Teacher Can and Cannot Do