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Excerpt from The Secrets of Violin Playing: Being Full Instructions and Hints to Violin Players, for the Perfect Mastery of the Instrument
The extensive field over which my little works appear to have travelled has called forth a very great amount of correspondence, always eulogistic, but generally containing also many practical questions on points not fully explained in the books. On many of these points there must always be some difference of opinion, but so far as it is in my power I shall endeavour to make them clear in these pages in a manner so impartial that the reader may to a great extent rely upon his own judgment in the adoption or rejection of the hints. Many of them need not be placed before a beginner at all, inasmuch as so many minute details are apt to scare a young player. It is therefore to violin players more than beginners that I now address myself, and more especially the earnest student.
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bound: 96 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 4, 2017)
isbn: 1330085884, 978-1330085882,
weight: 5 ounces (