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Fifty Famous Classical Themes for Violin

(9 customer reviews)

This book contains fifty famous classical themes along with accompaniment chord changes and bowings. A must have book for the advancing violinist. Songs include: A Mighty Fortress Is Our God, Allegro Maestoso, Ave Maria, Awake My Soul, Barcarolle, Blue Danube, Bouree, Bridal Chorus, Carnival of Venice, Chiribiribin, Christ the Lord Is Risen Today, Come Again, Sweet Love, Come Back to Sorrento, Dolores Waltz, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Farnandole, Finlandia, First Theme for Plovetzian Dances, German Dance, Habanera, Halllelujah, Kiss Waltz, La Cumparsita, Londonderry Air, March from the Nutcracker, Melody in F, Minuet (Beethoven), Minuet (Boccherini), Minuet I (Bach), Minuet (Mozart), Morning, Musette, Nocturne, Ode to Joy, Pavane, Piano Sonatina No. 1, Pomp and Circumstance, Reverie, Rondeau, Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Symphony No. 1, Symphony No. 7, Symphony No. 9, The Last Rose of Summer, The Skaters, Trumpet Tune, Trumpet Voluntary, Turkish March

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9 reviews for Fifty Famous Classical Themes for Violin

  1. Marilee R Schuhrke

    This is a wonderful book. I play a mandolin, not a violin but I have had such fun playing the songs. Notes are easy to read. No page turning in the middle of a piece. Very familiar themes. I hope that this book will be written for viola soon as my future goals are to learn to play the mandola, tuned a fifth lower than the violin.

  2. Claudia Mazry Jacob

    Very good

  3. music lady

    beginner adult on violin and this is so easy and so much fun to play

  4. Amazon Customer

    Easy classical themes for the beginer seems to be just the right combination for me to grow into. There is a lot there for me too work on.

  5. Chris H.

    Good deal

  6. RLap

    nice bunch of songs

  7. Amazon Customer

    This book takes themes that students are likely to have heard and arranges them in a meaningful, playable manner for beginning strings. It allows parts for more and less and advanced players, as well.

  8. Steinmanlee

    In my opinion is a great collection… Just need to PRACTICE, PRACTICE AND do some more PRACTICE after you PRACTICE…

  9. Marilee

    This is a wonderful book. I play a mandolin, not a violin but I have had such fun playing the songs. Notes are easy to read. No page turning in the middle of a piece. Very familiar themes. I hope that this book will be written for viola soon as my future goals are to learn to play the mandola, tuned a fifth lower than the violin.

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