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String Fever Method Book CD 2

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1. Elongation

String Fever Method Book Part 2 (CD2)

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CD # 2 - Violin students now learn notes on the E string followed by low 4th position notes, dotted rhythms etc. By song # 44, violins are introduced to third position. On page 48 students learn concepts related to degrees of the scale and intervals which lead to playing duets, units on swing rhythms, syncopation, and finally improvisation.

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2     Parts & Care of the Violin

16   More Songs – A String (CD #14-17)

3     Left Hand Position (Guitar)

17   More Songs, Cut Time (CD #18-21)

3     Right Hand Position (pizzicato)

18   More Songs – (CD #22-25)

3     The Four Strings (tuning)

19   (26 & 27) + The “D” Scale (28-29)

4     Open Strings Exercise (CD #1)

20   More A & D songs (CD #30-32)

4     Notes on the A String (CD #1-3)

21   Eighth Notes, 6/8 (CD #33-37)

5     4 songs on the A String (CD #4-7)

22   C & F Natural (CD #38-41)

6     The D String (CD #8-11)

23   Holding the Violin (reg. position)

7     Reading Music:  THE STAFF

24   The Bow:  Use and Care

8     Reading Music:  TIME

25   The Bow continued

9     Dotted Notes and Rests

26   Tuning

10   Reading Music:  SHARPS & FLATS

27   More Songs (CD #42-43)

11   Reading Music:  KEY SIGNATURES

28   Slurs (CD #44-48)

12   Reading the Notes (CD #2-5)

29   The G String & Scale (CD #49-53)

13   Reading the Notes (CD #6-7 & 2-4)

30   More Songs (CD #54-57)

14   Reading the Notes (CD #5-9)

31   Dynamics (CD #58-60)

15   Songs on the A String (CD #10-13)

32   More Songs (CD #61-63)

Method Book songs include a variety of accompaniments both for interest and also to expose students to a variety of music styles and textures.

All String Fever books have laminated covers for durability and a coil binding which allows the book to lie flat on the music stand.

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