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All of the original material is included plus additional material by longtime Juilliard faculty member Sally Thomas, who was his teaching assistant for many years, and some brief biographical information. Great information, since my copy went walkabout years ago. It should arrive by Thursday.

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All of the original material is included plus additional material by longtime Juilliard faculty member Sally Thomas, who was his teaching assistant for many years, and some brief biographical information. Great information, since my copy went walkabout years ago. It should arrive by Thursday. I'm a beginner, looking for more of a Graham, Galamian's book is rightly considered one of the classic works of violin history.

Although it would be an exaggeration to say that his ideas are completely original he was the first person to systematically address the idea that the purpose of practice is strengthening the connection between mind and fingers by presenting the mind with ever increasing difficulty of puzzles.

The complexity is varied by combining different bowings and rhythms. The book also provides an excellent overview the fundamental aspects of violin playing in a clear comprehensible manner. Nonetheless, there is not really a great deal about the kind of issues you appear to be interested in. This book includes the essential aspects of Galamians teaching and explores issues of tension, expressiveness, practicing etc while supplying a wealth of exercises and resources to explore all these areas.

With all due respect to Galamian's genius I would go with Simon' work without hesitation. The scale manual is also much deeper than the usual work and covers Galamians ideas very comprehensively. This is an interesting not really Some of his contents are really helpful, such as his idea on correlation the connection between mind and muscle , performance consideration acoustics, tuning, etc , and more.

However, some are debatable, such as the finger vibrato and the positions of the arms for different techniques. Love, hate him, or feel indifferent to him - and he WAS controversial - he was such a major influence that he is really his own school. The book - I've had the hardcover edition for many years and glad to know that it goes for so much! I consider it a work of hagiography but interesting none-the-less. But yes, a teacher should always confuse a student - it's fun!

But seriously, almost anything could be done too much or too little. Maybe one new topic could be how much demonstration a teacher should do or not do at the lesson?

Perlman believes in hardly demonstrating at all - which must have disappointed some of his students. But he felt that if he demonstrated, it the interpretation, phrasing, etc. However, there's no lack of Perlman recordings. Yet a face-to-face demo is still different and, I feel, can be very helpful - particularly with the technical basics. I think it depends on the student. Some - and this has been the case with me - are inspired for years to come by a brilliant, beautiful demonstration.

Others may indeed get demoralized by too much intensity at close quarters. The great cellist, Piatigorsky, came to realize with one particular student, that the more and better he demonstrated, the worse the student got.

The student got less intimidated and played better. He was even overheard to say "Mr. I believe in a middle course when I teach. Demonstrating technical positioning etc. But musical phrasing too, I feel, can be very helpful to most students, which doesn't mean that I will impose my interpretation on every student - especially a more advanced one who seems capable of some independent ideas.

So I don't sit on my hands, nor do I use a lesson as a violin recital on my part, nor to get in any extra practice.

One controversial thing about Galamian is the question of how well he played in his younger days, or ever played. According to some, he began his career as an outstanding violinist, but purposely came to prefer teaching full time. Some also say that even later in life he could demonstrate quite well. But according to many others, he could not. Three of my former teachers studied with G.

One of them, even though he liked him and was very influenced by him, made fun of G. Another point of controversy is that G. Everybody would be required to do the same bowings, fingerings etc.

He'd say that once they graduated from him, they'd find their own way. The big talents did. But the more average ones tended to stay with the characteristic G. I could go on, but my own fingers are getting tired! Shar Music. Yamaha Silent Violin.

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Principles of Violin Playing and Teaching

Report Download. Galamian's students who felt that his teaching methods should be made a matter of record and his practice devices delivered into the hands of the present-day student, whenever that "present day" might be. The undersigned was awarded the opportunity of doing the writing; an experience, may I say, that has been of inestimable value. The book has taken some twelve years to produce in its present form. It is the result of several approaches: of first importance, the many sessions where Mr.

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Report Download. Galamian's students who felt that his teaching methods should be made a matter of record and his practice devices delivered into the hands of the present-day student, whenever that "present day" might be. The undersigned was awarded the opportunity of doing the writing; an experience, may I say, that has been of inestimable value.

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There are many systems of violin playing, some good, some fair, some bad. The system that I have tried to present in the following pages is the one that I believe to be the most practical, but I do not contend that it is the only right or only possible one. Putting a system into a book, even writing a book like this, is a problematical undertaking because no printed work can ever replace the live teacher-student relationship.

Galamian's 'Principles of Violin Playing and Teaching'

Principles of Violin Playing & Teaching (Paperback) by Ivan Galamian

 Не может быть? - повторил он, сохраняя ледяной тон.  - Может, пройдем, чтобы я смог вам это доказать. - Не стану вас затруднять, - ухмыльнулась она, - благодарю за предложение.

За углом показалась смотровая площадка. Лестница, ведущая наверх, была пуста. Его жертва не приготовилась к отпору. Хотя, быть может, подумал Халохот, Беккер не видел, как он вошел в башню.

 Нет, спасибо.  - Сьюзан шумно выдохнула и повернулась к.  - Я думаю, - начала она, -что я только… -но слова застряли у нее в горле. Она побледнела. - Что с тобой? - удивленно спросил Хейл. Сьюзан встретилась с ним взглядом и прикусила губу.

Охранник залюбовался Сьюзан, шедшей по бетонной дорожке. Он обратил внимание, что сегодня взгляд ее карих глаз казался отсутствующим, но на щеках играл свежий румянец, а рыжеватые до плеч волосы были только что высушены. От нее исходил легкий аромат присыпки Джонсонс беби. Его взгляд скользнул по стройной фигурке, задержался на белой блузке с едва различимым под ней бюстгальтером, на юбке до колен цвета хаки и, наконец, на ее ногах… ногах Сьюзан Флетчер. Трудно поверить, что такие ножки носят 170 баллов IQ.

Проклиная судьбу, он вылез из автобуса. К клубу вела узкая аллея. Как только он оказался там, его сразу же увлек за собой поток молодых людей. - А ну с дороги, пидор! - Некое существо с прической, больше всего напоминающей подушечку для иголок, прошествовало мимо, толкнув Беккера в бок. - Хорошенький! - крикнул еще один, сильно дернув его за галстук.

 - Коммандер! - повторила.  - Коммандер. Внезапно Сьюзан вспомнила, что он должен быть в лаборатории систем безопасности.

 Его погубило слабое сердце - вот так. Слишком уж удобная версия. Стратмор пожал плечами. - Слабое сердце… да к тому же еще испанская жара.

Все вокруг светилось ярко-красными огнями. Шифровалка умирала. То же самое будет и со мной, - подумала. Сьюзан вспомнила о единственном остающемся выходе - личном лифте Стратмора. Но она понимала, что надежды нет: электроника вряд ли уцелела после катастрофы.

Я вызвал тебя сюда, потому что мне нужен союзник, а не следователь.

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    'Principles of Violin Playing and Teaching'; Prentice-hall, Incorporated, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. By Ivan Galamian, pages. Copyright.

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