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20 Études brillantes et caractéristiques op. 73

COMPOSER: Charles Dancla
PUBLISHER: Schott Music
PRODUCT TYPE: Book [Softcover]
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Violin
The studies by Charles Dancla (1817 1907) are more than mere technical exercises. They demand a special sense of tone, an elegant, softly flowing and swinging way of playing. They challenge the violinist in all associated disciplines, such as staccato on an up- and downbow, arpeggios, double stop
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Composer Charles Dancla
Arranger Ulrike Dierick
Editor Wolfgang Birtel
Publisher Schott Music
Instrumentation Violin
Product Type Book [Softcover]
Instrument Group Violin
Year of Publication 2016
ISMN 9790001204002
UPC 841886025882
No. Pages 72
No. SCHED22313
Release Date 8/23/2016
Description
The studies by Charles Dancla (1817 1907) are more than mere technical exercises. They demand a special sense of tone, an elegant, softly flowing and swinging way of playing. They challenge the violinist in all associated disciplines, such as staccato on an up- and downbow, arpeggios, double stop passages and rapid passages. Apart from that, Dancla again and again seeks the soft, singing sound areas and the refined sound.It is fun for both teacher and pupil to develop the violin playing technique in such a way. Furthermore, the delight in music-making is increased as every piece has its own characteristic, appearing not like a study but rather like a performance capricciowhich could be played as an encore, for example.The present edition is based on the (presumed) first edition of the Parisian publisher S. Richault (plate number 12974.B.) from c. 1856. Added fingerings have been marked accordingly. Information on technical characteristics, playing suggestions, etc. are contained in the notes at the end of the volume.
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