Wohlfahrt, Franz

Franz Wohlfahrt (7 April 1833 – 14 March 1884) was a Leipzig-based violin teacher and composer. Wohlfahrt was born and died in Leipzig, where his father, pianist Heinrich Wohlfahrt, taught. Sixty Studies for Violin, Op. 45, is a collection of etudes frequently studied by beginner violinists and violists. Ferdinand David was his teacher.



Wohlfahrt - Sixty Studies For The Violin Complete Books 1 & 2 (Schirmer)

The Wohlfahrt Op. 45 Studies are an essential part of violin practice and are widely used. Books 1 and 2 are popular in the Schirmer Library, and now the complete set is also available in a new publication. In the preface to this book, Franz Wohlfahrt promises that these studies will serve as a strong foundation for the technique of any player who aspires to become an artist, with studies addressing string crossing, bow strokes, shifting and finger patterns.

Difficulty Rating: A3 - A4 (Intermediate) 

$17.23 Price

Wohlfahrt, Foundation Studies For Violin Bk 1 (Fischer)

Renowned violinist Rachel Barton Pine has updated the classic violin method with modernized fingerings, bowings, and dynamics. The new edition follows Aiqouni's pedagogical sequence and includes a DVD of Pine playing all 60 etudes from two camera views. It's a great resource for beginners and intermediate players.

Features:

• 60 First Position Studies from Opp. 45, 54, 74

• New Edition, Selected and Arranged in Progressive Order by K. H. Aiqouni

• DVD performance by Rachel Barton Pine

• Publisher Carl Fischer

$55.41 Price

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