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Top Ten Book 3

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Others in the series:

Top Ten Book 1
Top Ten Book 2
Top Ten Book 4

The Top Ten series

Each carefully graded book comprises 10 sets of 10 exercises for technical challenges. Intended as a framework for study rather than a manual of technique. Exercises kept short and simple - the emphasis on mastering the technique rather than note-reading.


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Cat No. SP1333
Price £11.95
ComposerGeorgia Vale
CategoryViolin Studies
PublisherSpartan Press
SeriesTop Ten
Difficulty level4 - 6
ISMN 979-0-57998-333-0
EAN-13 9790579983330
Weight 174 grams
Published 17th June 2016
Availability NOT IN STOCK. Sorry for delay!
Available in approx. 7—12 days.
See also...
SP1331  Top Ten Book 1
SP1332  Top Ten Book 2
SP1334  Top Ten Book 4


...As in her earlier books, Vale's ideas are very entertaining and
enjoyable while detailed and progressive at the same time...Tips and tricks abound together with Georgia's delightful stick-figure drawings to keep the student fully engaged.
These are the 'go-to' books I would choose for the upcoming
generation of young violinists.

Mary Nemet for AUSTA Stringendo

...All basic aspects of violin technique are covered, including shifting and double stopping, in imaginative and entertaining ways, making this collection a lovely addition to the selection of technical volumes aimed at children.

Alex Laing for The Strad

...The presentation is extremely clear, with clean, clutter-free pages. Off-putting lengthy explanations are entirely avoided and instead there are a few succinct comments in the form of hints...the brevity of the exercises makes them easily memorable...catchy titles fire the pupil's imagination...Techniques covered are surprisingly numerous...working through these books in their entirety enables pupils to receive a mixed diet of highly palatable exercises...I believe they are one of the most significant contributions to beginner repertoire in recent times.

Sarah Greinig for ARCO magazine