Casorti, The Technics of Bowing Op. 50 for Violin (Schirmer)

    Casorti, The Technics of Bowing Op. 50 for Violin (Schirmer)

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    "Technics of Bowing" by August Casorti, Op. 50, edited by Mittel and published by G. Schirmer, is a 28-page guidebook for violinists seeking to improve their bowing techniques.

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    Casorti, The Technics of Bowing Op. 50 for Violin (Schirmer)

    August Casorti's "Technics of Bowing" is a renowned guidebook for violinists looking to refine their bowing techniques. This masterpiece, Opus 50, has been edited by Mittel and published by G. Schirmer. The book is comprised of 28 pages that offer valuable insights and detailed instructions on how to perfect the art of bowing for the violin. Whether you're an aspiring musician or an experienced violinist, "Technics of Bowing" is a must-have resource that will take your skills to the next level.

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