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Selected Viola Books in the Allen Library
A study with insights into Fuchs's life as a performer, teacher, composer, arranger, and chamber music coach who influenced countless musicians.
History and analysis to aid professionals, amateurs, and students gain a more complete understanding of 35 of the best-known pieces for viola.
Drill in all possible finger patterns including half steps, whole steps, augmented seconds, and brief repetitions to improve mental focus, physical eye focus, and quick fingers.
How to succeed in joining and surviving in an orchestra or ensemble. Includes sections on auditioning, conductors, performing philosophies, the highs and lows of performing, and more.
A roadmap for every step of the owning process from selecting and buying (or renting) to maintaining, repairing, modifying, upgrading, and reselling your instrument.
The first full-length biography of Tertis, "the father of the modern viola," and arguably the greatest viola player of all time.
An annotated bibliography of sources about the string quartet, including general references, histories, composers, performance, facsimiles and critical editions, and more.
Top Databases for Violists
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