4B - Play Along in 3 Tempi

Category: 2. Accompaniment Tracks

 


Accompaniment Tracks for Vol. 4B

MP3 files from the “Recital Training” series

This collection is suitable for violin students using RECITAL TRAINING, vol. 1 and as a supplement for Suzuki students in Book 4, Nos 4-6.


Here you find almost all main pieces in THREE tempi:

- SLOW TEMPO (violin & piano)
- MEDIUM TEMPO (piano accompaniment only)
- PERFORMANCE TEMPO (piano accompaniment only)


01            Tuning note (A = 441 Hertz)
 

Concerto in A Minor, Op. 3, No. 6, 1st Mvt., Antonio Vivaldi
03-06       In slow practice tempo (violin & piano)
07-10       In medium practice tempo (piano accompaniment only)
11-14       In performance tempo (piano accompaniment only)


Concerto in A Minor, Op. 3, No. 6, 3rd Mvt., Antonio Vivaldi
18-22        In slow practice tempo (violin & piano)
23-27        In medium practice tempo (piano accompaniment only)
28-32        In performance tempo (piano accompaniment only)


Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor, BWV 1043, 1st Mvt., Violin 2, Johann Sebastian Bach

Listen to the example audio file (here only in low quality):
Slow Practice Tempo (Second violin & piano)

 


43-47        In slow practice tempo (violins & piano)
(2nd violin in the foreground, 1st violin in the background)
38-42        In performance tempo (violins & piano)
(2nd violin in the foreground, 1st violin in the background)


47.a          In slow practice tempo (violins & piano)
(1st violin in the foreground, 2nd violin in the background)
47.b          In performance tempo (violins & piano)
(1st violin in the foreground, 2nd violin in the background)

47.c          In performance tempo (violins & piano)
(1st and 2nd violins play at the same volume.)

 

Perpetual Motion – from "Little Suite", op. 6, Presto, Karl Boehm
49-51             In slow practice tempo (violin in the background & piano)
52-54             In performance tempo (violin in the background & piano)


Rudolf Gaehler, violin
David Andruss, piano and piano arrangements


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