Cohen, Technique Takes Off for Cello

    Cohen, Technique Takes Off for Cello


    This collection offers fourteen original and imaginative pieces for solo cello players. It is designed to take players from an elementary level to the more advanced material of Dotzauer and Popper. Each piece focuses on one or two aspects of cello technique, covering many skills, including spiccato bowing, string crossing, moto perpetuo, cantabile, and easy double stopping. Teachers and students will find this collection both enjoyable and stimulating.

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    Technique takes off! by Mary Cohen

    This collection of fourteen pieces is a must-have for solo cello players of all levels. Each piece is artistically crafted and designed to take players from an elementary level to the highly advanced material of Dotzauer and Popper. The collection covers a wide range of left and right-hand techniques, including spiccato bowing, string crossing, moto perpetuo, cantabile, and easy double-stopping. Each piece focuses on one or two specific aspects of technique, allowing players to master each skill gradually and methodically. Teachers and students will find this collection invaluable, providing an enjoyable and stimulating learning experience.

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