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Can you tell me why, with the exception of the relationship between the violin and the viola, few string players look to a different stringed instrument for mind-expanding ideas? I believe there is much we can learn from each other, and it may surprise other string players that the double bass...
Many string educators use their own performance as a primary means for transmitting musical and technical concepts. Sometimes, models of musical performance can be ambiguous because they represent the solution to a problem of musical interpretation rather than the procedural route of problem...
School and community-based string programs and the value placed on them have increased steadily since Will Earhart started a school orchestra in Richmond, Indiana in 1889.1 During the last several years the developments have been particularly dramatic with a rapid escalation of numbers of...
The factors and elements that go into creating a string program are discussed in the article “How to Develop Community-Wide Support for String Study” by Robert Culver, which begins on page 48. Many of these elements are visible in the following stories of school and private string programs and...
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