für Kinder im Einzel- und Gruppenunterricht Illustration: Pia Eisenbarth [vl]
"The further you go, the more exciting it gets"
In Book 2 the focus is on the various types of fingerings and bowings, shifts of position, playing on two strings at the same time and changing strings.
152 pages | 23 x 30,5 cm | 665 g | ISMN: 979-0-2004-0560-6 | Softbound
"Dear Students, the further you go, the most exciting it gets," says Eva-Maria Neumann about violin playing. And the second book of her violin method continues to meet the expectations raised by Book 1 and to satisfy all who enthusiastically greeted this first book. In addition to her own pieces, the author offers a great variety of material (duets, trios) from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Amusing riddles add to the fun!
The online magazine "Glarean" showered it with praise: "To increase the motivation, Neumann mostly left out exercises once so hated and consistently set her sights on the two-part playing of very melodious, songful material. Outwardly, the book has a fresh, merry and colorful look, and the music text is not marred by an overabundance of illustrations." We are delighted to quote this positive assessment of Book 2.
"Combining fantasy-filled, fun pieces with a solid technical basis, Neumann offers a huge variety of material from one to four violins, many with piano accompaniments."(Mary Nemet, Stringendo )
"Diese Violinschule vermittelt das Wichtigste für die Kinder: Freude und Motivation."(Walter Amadeus Ammann, Schweizer Musikzeitung)
"Como en el primero, Neumann ha cuidado todos los detalles de cara a incrementar la motivación de los pequeños."(Musica y Educación)