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A Treatise on the Fundamental Principles of Violin Playing (Early Music Series) [Paperback]

Leopold Mozart , Alfred Einstein , Editha Knocker

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IT is necessary that the beginner, before the teacher puts the violin into his hands, should impress not only the present chapter, but also the following two on his memory, as otherwise, if the eager pupil stretches both hands out for the violin at the beginning, learns this or that piece quickly by ear, surveys the foundations superficially, and rashly shuts his eyes to the first rules, he will certainly never make up for his neglect, and will therefore stand in his own path to the achievement of a perfect stage of musical knowledge. Read the first page
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