Video-Sammlung Nr. 4: Mittelstufe = Suzuki 4-7

Category: 8. KOSTENLOSE Video- & Audio-Einspielungen

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Nr. 4.1:   Recital Training - a source of Dr. Suzuki’s violin teaching concept
 

Recital Training, vol. 1 by Kerstin Wartberg represents specific instructions concerning individual pieces of the intermediate level, in both written and audio form. Volume 1 is suitable for students in Suzuki Book 4 and for students and teachers using other methods.
Published by Edition Peters (EP 11291)

1:06    Recital Training - Based on Shinichi Suzuki's practice material
1:35    Suzuki's quotes
3:00    Learning Phase, Shaping Phase, Performing Phase
3:35    Preparatory Exercises for the first Seitz Concerto in the book
4:46    Preparatory Exercises for the second Seitz Concerto in the book
5:50    Preparatory Exercises for the Vivaldi a Minor Concerto, first mov.
6:13    Preparatory Exercises for the Vivaldi a Minor Concerto, third mov.
7:05    Sound Exercise for the second Seitz Concerto in the book
7:40    Double Stops Exercise for the third Seitz Concerto in the book
10:17  Western Fiddler
11:17  The most important practice tempo (Seitz, Vivaldi)
12:27  The THREE-Tempo practice method
17:21  Preparatory Exercises from the Bach Concerto for 2 Violins, first mov.
22:05  Bohm, Perpetual Motion - How to find the right tempo?
24:44  Schubert, Lullaby
25:57  Humperdinck, Evening Prayer
 

Recital Training / Vorspiel-Training, Band 1
Übungsmaterial für Suzuki-Schüler in Heft 4 und Violinschüler der Mittelstufe
Edition Peters (EP 11291)
Zweisprachige Ausgabe: Englisch / Deutsch

Die Reihe VORSPIEL-TRAINING umfaßt insgesamt zwei Repertoirehefte. Zu jedem Heft gehören zwei CDs. Diese Sammlung kann sowohl im traditionellen Violinunterricht als auch im Suzuki-Bereich für Schüler der Bände 4 und 5 verwendet werden. Ebenso ist sie für Wiedereinsteiger, aber auch für Autodidakten geeignet.

BESONDERHEITEN

Die vorliegende Reihe ist weltweit die einzige nach dem „Drei-Tempi-Übungsprinzip“ arbeitende progressive Violinliteratursammlung.
Das Repertoire enthält Vortragsstücke aus der Suzuki Violinschule, Band 4und 5 sowie zahlreiche Zusatzstücke. Das Spektrum reicht von barocken Solokonzerten bis hin zu fetzigen Fiddle-Stücken und besteht aus Literatur für eine, zwei und drei Violinen, überwiegend mit Klavierbegleitung.

Zu den meisten Vortragsstücken gehören zahlreiche systematische Vorübungen, die durch Übetipps ergänzt werden.
Theoretische Erklärungen werden durch viele Fotos mit technischen Details verdeutlicht.
Die CDs enthalten Vortragsstücke mit und ohne Violinstimme sowie wichtige Vorbereitungsübungen in unterschiedlichen Tempi. Eigens für diese CDs hat David Andruss phantasievolle und lebendige Klavierbegleitungen komponiert. So werden selbst kurze technische Übungen zu einem anregenden musikalischen Erlebnis.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie HIER.

 

 

Nr. 4.2:   Enjoying Violin Technique (Deutscher Titel: So macht Violintechnik Spaß) - An Introduction

Florin Iliescu und zahlreiche internationale Violinlehrer stellen einige Übungen vor:

0:17  Lagenwechselübungen (nach ŠevĨík)
1:03 Tonleitern über zwei Oktaven
1:40 Tonleitern & Dreiklänge auf einer Saite (nach Flesch)
2:28 Dreiklänge über drei Oktaven
3:01 Heifetz Triller-Übung
3:24 Terzen
4:14 Oktaven
4:44 Vibrato-Übungen


Liebe Geigenschüler und Geigenlehrer!
Angeregt durch viele Anfragen, ob "Enjoying Violin Technique" auch als eBook erhältlich ist, habe ich nun mein erstes eBook erstellt.
Ich hoffe, dass Ihnen die Arbeit mit diesem eBook Freude bereitet und dass es Ihnen helfen wird, Ihre Zeit zu Hause gut zu nutzen, um Ihre Geigentechnik zu verbessern.

Kerstin Wartberg
April 2020 während der Corona-Pandemie
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Der erste Band von Kerstin Wartbergs Violintechnik-Reihe mit CD und digitalem Download richtet sich an junge Geigenschüler der Mittelstufe. Annähernd 100 Übungen, davon 75 mit Klavierbegleitung, sind auf 10 Kapitel verteilt worden:

  1.     Tonleitern & Dreiklänge über eine und zwei Oktaven (1.-6. Lage)
  2.     Lagenwechselübungen (nach ŠevĨík)
  3.     Tonleitern & Dreiklänge auf einer Saite (nach Flesch)
  4.     Tonleitern & Dreiklänge über drei Oktaven
  5.     Spiel in hohen Lagen
  6.     Intonations-Übungen
  7.     Kontaktstellen
  8.     Vibrato
  9.     Elementare Trillerübungen
  10.     Doppelgriffe

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Kindle eBook
https://www.amazon.de/dp/B0871PWR6Q
(Englische Ausgabe)
Weltweit lieferbar via Amazon
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Druckausgabe, 80 Seiten, mit CD & Digital Download

ISBN 978-3-946872 00 9
Zweisprachige Ausgabe: Englisch / Deutsch
ISTEX MUSIC PUBLICATIONS
Schwierigkeitsgrad: Obere Mittelstufe = Suzuki-Heft 4-7

Rudolf Gähler, Violine
David Andrus, Klavier und Klavierarrangement aller eingespielen Stücke

 

 

No. 4.3:   So macht Violintechnik Spaß / IEnjoying Violin Technique - Play-Along Video

 
 
 
In diesem Video finden Sie ALLE 75 Klavierbegleitungen, die Sie mithilfe der folgenden Liste einzeln ansteuern können.
 
 
TRACK LIST
0:07          1_Tuning A
0:22          2_Climbing melody with scales, one octave (quarter note = 80)
3:28          3_Climbing melody with scales, one octave (quarter note = 120)
5:37          4_Climbing melody with arpeggios, one octave (quarter note = 100)
7:54          5_Climbing melody with arpeggios, one octave (quarter note = 120)
9:49          6_G major scale 10:27 7_Perfect-fourth song
11:21        8_Climbing melody with scales, two octaves (eighth note = 54)
13:19        9_Climbing melody with scales, two octaves (eighth note = 70)
14:50      10_Shifting exercise – op 8, no 1 (eighth note = 50)
18:26      11_Shifting exercise – op 8, no 1 (eighth note = 70)
20:58     12_Shifting exercise – op 8, no 8 (eighth note = 50)
23:55     13_Shifting exercise – op 8, no 8 (eighth note = 70)
26:02     14_Shifting exercise – op 8, no 16 (eighth note = 50)
29:00     15_Shifting exercise – op 8, no 16 (eighth note = 70)
31:07     16_B flat major, one octave (quarter note = 60)
33:32     17_B flat major, one octave (quarter note = 80)
35:25     18_B flat major, one octave (quarter note = 100)
36:54     19_B minor, one octave (quarter note = 80)
38:43     20_B minor, one octave (quarter note = 100)
40:11     21_C major, one octave (quarter note = 80)
42:01     22_C major, one octave (quarter note = 100)
43:30     23_D minor, one octave (quarter note = 80)
45:20     24_D minor, one octave (quarter note = 100)
46:49     25_Three-Octave Scales, G major (quarter note = 80)
49:02     26_Three-Octave Scales, G major (quarter note = 100)
50:49     27_Three-Octave Scales, G minor (quarter note = 80)
53:00     28_Three-Octave Scales, G minor (quarter note = 100)
54:47     29_Three-Octave Scales, A flat major (quarter note = 80)
56:58     30_Three-Octave Scales, A flat major (quarter note = 100)
58:45     31_Three-Octave Scales, A major (quarter note = 80)
1:00:58  32_Three-Octave Scales, A major (quarter note = 100)
1:02:46  33_Three-Octave Scales, A minor (quarter note = 80)
1:04:58  34_Three-Octave Scales, A minor (quarter note = 100)
1:06:45  35_Three-Octave Scales, B flat major (quarter note = 100)
1:08:30  36_Three-Octave Scales, B flat major (quarter note = 120)
1:10:00  37_Three-Octave Scales, B minor (quarter note = 100)
1:11:48  38_Three-Octave Scales, B minor (quarter note = 120)
1:13:19  39_Three-Octave Scales, C major (quarter note = 100)
1:15:04  40_Three-Octave Scales, C major (quarter note = 120)
1:16:35  41_Three-Octave Scales, C minor (quarter note = 100)
1:18:20  42_Three-Octave Scales, C minor (quarter note = 120)
1:19:50  43_Three Octave Arpeggios, G major (quarter note = 60)
1:21:28  44_Three Octave Arpeggios, G major (quarter note = 80)
1:22:43  45_Three Octave Arpeggios, G major (quarter note = 100)
1:23:44  46_Three Octave Arpeggios, G minor (quarter note= 60)
1:25:25  47_Three Octave Arpeggios, G minor (quarter note = 80)
1:26:40  48_Three Octave Arpeggios, G minor (quarter note = 100)
1:27:41  49_Three Octave Arpeggios, A flat major (quarter note= 80)
1:28:59  50_Three Octave Arpeggios, A flat major (quarter note = 100)
1:30:00  51_Three Octave Arpeggios, A major (quarter note = 80)
1:31:16  52_Three Octave Arpeggios, A major (quarter note = 100)
1:32:15  53_Three-Octave Arpeggios, A minor (quarter note = 80)
1:33:32  54_Three-Octave Arpeggios, A minor (quarter note = 100)
1:34:35  55_Three-Octave Arpeggios, B flat major (quarter note = 100)
1:35:52  56_Three-Octave Arpeggios, B flat major (quarter note = 120)
1:36:52  57_Three-Octave Arpeggios, B minor (quarter note = 100)
1:38:08  58_Three-Octave Arpeggios, B minor (quarter note = 120)
1:39:10  59_Three-Octave Arpeggios, C major (quarter note = 100)
1:40:25  60_Three-Octave Arpeggios, C major (quarter note = 120)
1:41:27  61_Three-Octave Arpeggios, C minor (quarter note = 100)
1:42:44  62_Three-Octave Arpeggios, C minor (quarter note = 120)
1:43:45  63_Intonation Exercise: 1st – 6th positions (quarter note = 80)
1:47:34  64_Intonation Exercise: 1st – 6th positions (quarter note = 120)
1:50:07  65_The Five Soundpoints – with open strings
1:51:44  66_The Five Soundpoints – with fingered notes
1:53:26  67_Vibrato Swing (quarter note = 63)
1:55:14  68_Vibrato Swing (quarter note = 72)
1:56:47  69_Vibrato Swing (quarter note = 80)
1:58:09  70_Sad Farewell (quarter note = 65)
2:00:20  71_Sad Farewell (quarter note = 73)
2:02:16  72_Thirds combined with Fourths
2:03:54  73_Song with Thirds (quarter note = 80)
2:05:45  74_Song with Thirds (quarter note = 90)
2:07:22  75_Song with Octaves
2:09:07  76_Basic Exercise for Octaves

 

 

No. 4.4:   "Paganini Motion" - A preparation for the Seitz Concertos in Vol. 4 / Recital Training, Vol. 1

In this video you see a short excerpt from our IMTEX Easter Cousres in Germany. Charles Krigbaum directs the teachers' group of Book 4:
They play "Paganini Motion" - here in the version for 3 violins.

The 2nd and 3rd parts are very easy and can be played by students in Books 1 and 2.
The 1rst part of Paganini Motion is a technical tune for beginning intermediate students. It is very helpful to prepare the Seitz Concertos in Book 4 and introduces seven basic exercises:

1. Trill preparation exercise
2. Up-bow staccato
3. Tiny bow strokes at the balance point with active fingers
4. Alternation between chords and single notes
5. String crossings at the tip, with accents on the melody notes
6. Triplets with slurs and quick string crossings
7. Fast Bowing with double stops

HERE you can download the sheet music from our IMTEX ONLINE MEDIA LIBRARY.

 

 

No. 4.4:   Double Stop Exercises for violin students in Suzuki Book 4

Excerpt from the exercise book & CD “Recital Training”, vol. 1
By Kerstin Wartberg
Edition Peters (EP 11291)

Volume 1 is suitable for students in Suzuki Book 4 and for students and teachers using other methods.

Recital Training, vol. 1 represents specific instructions concerning individual pieces of the intermediate level, in both written and audio form.

More information about Recital Training, vol. 1:
https://en.germansuzuki.com/?page_id=197

and
https://en.germansuzuki.com/?page_id=1038

Online Media Library for instant download:
Friedrich Seitz, Concerto No. 5 in D Major, Op. 22, 3rd Movement

Play Along in 3 Tempi
Edited by Kerstin Wartberg


HERE you can download a play along set of the Seitz concerto with MP3 files in high quality and sheet music (26,83 MB):

Tuning notes
Slow practice tempo (violin and piano)
Medium practice tempo (piano accompaniment)
Performance tempo (piano accompaniment)
Performance tempo (violin and piano)
Preparatory exercise 1
Preparatory exercise 2
Preparatory exercise 3
Preparatory exercise 4
Preparatory exercise 5
Sheet music

Rudolf Gaehler, violin
David Andruss, piano

 

 

No. 4.5:   Shinichi Suzuki in Denmark: Finger flexibility

"LET US WORK TOGETHER
to achieve continuous development and increasing perfection of our ideas!"
Shinichi Suzuki
This is a BRIEF EXCERPT from a film of Dr. Shinichi Suzuki, teaching at the first European Workshop in Denmark in 1981, when he was aged 83.

The greater part of this film material was contributed by Tove Detreköy and the Danish Suzuki Institute. In 2009 Kerstin Wartberg edited the film material for her teacher trainees and all interested Suzuki teachers.

 

 

No. 4.6:   Enjoying Violin & Cello Technique - Basic Exercises with Piano Accompaniment

Three octave scales in C major
Here the point of concentrationfor the violinists was:
Be aware of the movements of your left  arm, especially the elbow swinging.
Enjoying Violin & Cello Technique - Basic Exercises with Piano Accompaniment

 

 

No. 4.7:   Intonation Exercise: The correct distances between fingers in different positions

INTONATION EXERCISE
The correct distances between fingers in the first til sixth positions:
"Once you have become fluent with the exercise there is a feeling of the entire hand being in tune, each finger knowing exactly where to go in each position, rather than a sense of having to aim each finger in tune one at a time."

Simon Fischer, SCALES, p. 48

 

 

 

No. 4.8:   On Wings of Song, Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, 2 Violins & Piano



Arrangement for 2 Violins & Piano by Kerstin Wartberg

During our workshop in Mallorca in March 2016, the two Suzuki violin teachers Beatriz Junco (Spain) and Silvia Migliorini (Italy) performed together with the pianist Neil Fellows (England) the beautiful music "On Wings of Song" by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy.
Please listen to them and enjoy the harmonious atmosphere of beauty and peace, which we experienced at this special place during one intensive workshop week.

The music of this piece is published by Edition Peters in the book "Recital Training", vol. 2.
HERE you find the Violin and the piano parts and more information:
 

 

No. 4.9:   Gavotte I and II from Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012,
Johann Sebastian Bach

From: Recital Training, vol. 2

HERE: Version for Violin & Piano
Piano Arrangement by David Andruss

The piano accompaniment by David Andruss is a fine musical addition to this wonderful work and transforms it into a perfect piece for Suzuki groups.
Here you see Kerstin Wartberg, director of the German Suzuki Institute, with a Suzuki group during a workshop in April 2013 at Weinstadt, near Stuttgart / Germany.

The sheet music of the violin and the piano parts you find HERE.