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133 pages

Mel Bay Presents Beginner Violin Theory for Children

Creator: Melanie Smith | 2006-02-28

The final section of Book 2 focuses on musical terms and includes a comprehensive review of all instructional concepts covered in the book.

About this book
Book 2 in the Melanie Smith violin theory series introduces students to new music and theory concepts which are fundamental in developing a deeper understanding of the violin. Book 2 will begin by covering the theory involving the ranges of notes for the violin and then moves into specific theory concepts such as note and rest values and time signatures. The final section of Book 2 focuses on musical terms and includes a comprehensive review of all instructional concepts covered in the book.



384 pages

Violin

Creator: Anne Rice | 1999-09-07

The demonic ghost of a Russian aristocrat uses his magic violin to enchant the exquisite Triana and transport her to a terrifying realm where they join a battle of wills, in an evocative tale of seduction. Reprint.

Publisher: Ballantine Books


Beginner Violin Theory for Children

Creator: Melanie Smith |

This book is designed as a workbook to teach theory specifically relevant to the violin at a level that is attainable and challenging, yet fun for young children.

About this book
This book is designed as a workbook to teach theory specifically relevant to the violin at a level that is attainable and challenging, yet fun for young children. It is intended to build confidence and solidify the relationship between theory and playing. Children will enjoy the drawing and coloring activities in the book, while developing the fundamentals of violin theory at the same time. The book can be used to teach beginners the basics of theory, or even to refresh musicians who might need a small review of violin theory. No matter who uses this book, it will give a strong foundation to violin theory, and through this understanding will foster a greater love of playing. Concepts covered in this book include: learning the parts of the violin; learning about line and space notes; learning musical symbols; and how to draw music.


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  • Cecilio Musical Instruments

    Mendini 4/4 MV300 Solid Wood Satin Antique Violin with Hard Case, Shoulder Rest, Bow, Rosin and Extra Strings (Full Size)

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    Rating (0 reviews):
    (3.4/5)
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    Much better than I expected

    I wrote this review for the person who knows nothing about violins at all:This violin is of much higher quality than I ever imagined. It is not, of course, even a good violin by professional standards, but it is a very solid beginner's instrument. I bought it for myself, though I am not a violinist, but I have been playing guitar, bass, and keys for more than six years, and I have played violins before. My ex-girlfriend lent me her first violin when we were dating, and it was really, really horrible. This one is pretty close to her current violin, which was a pretty decent student model. I did a lot of research before buying this one, and I'm really glad I did. It is rated highly by violin teachers and other violinists, but very lowly by people who have no idea what they are talking about. I have read that a lot of violins under $100 don't even have a sound post, which is a crucial part of the violin and absolutely cannot be discarded. You're almost better off with a... 5/5 Zachary Buser - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Mendini 4/4 MV300 Solid Wood Satin Antique Violin with Hard Case, Shoulder Rest, Bow, Rosin and Extra Strings (Full Size) (Electronics) I wrote this review for the person who knows nothing about violins at all:This violin is of much higher quality than I ever imagined. It is not, of course, even a good violin by professional standards, but it is a very solid beginner's instrument. I bought it for myself, though I am not a violinist, but I have been playing guitar, bass, and keys for more than six years, and I have played violins before. My ex-girlfriend lent me her first violin when we were dating, and it was really, really horrible. This one is pretty close to her current violin, which was a pretty decent student model. I did a lot of research before buying this one, and I'm really glad I did. It is rated highly by violin teachers and other violinists, but very lowly by people who have no idea what they are talking about. I have read that a lot of violins under $100 don't even have a sound post, which is a crucial part of the violin and absolutely cannot be discarded. You're almost better off with a... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 27, 2011

    Review done by a music teacher

    This violin--to be honest is very cheap. Not just in cost but in quality.BUT overall, not too horrible. Especially if you don't have an option on renting one, or if you don't mind buying one to have.It isn't perfect, but there are some decent qualities about it. I'm very persnickety about instruments, my woodwind instruments cost well into and beyond thousands of dollars range, even my beginning ones.This little guy, for what I want it for--learning the basics (fingering, bowing, proper care) is PERFECT for anyone.Here are my notes about this violin:1. The appearance of the violin is alright. It isn't anything special. In fact, it looks as if paper has been placed over the wood frame, and painted to look like it has groves, or actual wood designs.2. The bow is acceptable, it works well enough for a beginner (young and old). It takes some effort getting the strands to be tight enough. I had to do a lot of pushing in and... 4/5 Carole - See all my reviews This review is from: Mendini 4/4 MV300 Solid Wood Satin Antique Violin with Hard Case, Shoulder Rest, Bow, Rosin and Extra Strings (Full Size) (Electronics) This violin--to be honest is very cheap. Not just in cost but in quality.BUT overall, not too horrible. Especially if you don't have an option on renting one, or if you don't mind buying one to have.It isn't perfect, but there are some decent qualities about it. I'm very persnickety about instruments, my woodwind instruments cost well into and beyond thousands of dollars range, even my beginning ones.This little guy, for what I want it for--learning the basics (fingering, bowing, proper care) is PERFECT for anyone.Here are my notes about this violin:1. The appearance of the violin is alright. It isn't anything special. In fact, it looks as if paper has been placed over the wood frame, and painted to look like it has groves, or actual wood designs.2. The bow is acceptable, it works well enough for a beginner (young and old). It takes some effort getting the strands to be tight enough. I had to do a lot of pushing in and... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 14, 2012

    Great quality/price ratio!

    0 5/5 Captain Cadabra - See all my reviews This review is from: Mendini 4/4 MV300 Solid Wood Satin Antique Violin with Hard Case, Shoulder Rest, Bow, Rosin and Extra Strings (Full Size) (Electronics) Great violin? No. As nice as the ones the music stores rent for $25 a month, yes. Comes with tons of accessories that would cost you $30-40.As a violin teacher, I like to have these on hand for cheap entry level instruments, or rent for $10/month. That way a student doesn't have to get into a year contract at a local music store if they aren't sure if they want to stick with it or not.A great way to get started on the violin for VERY little money. After owning this violin for a year or so, the student can decide to invest in a nicer one, and pass this along to a sibling/friend/Craigslist.Only disclaimer is: make sure you have someone who can setup a violin for you (the case with all violins, regardless of quality). They are NOT instruments that can be played right out of the box, and if you have a store do this for you, it's probably a $30-45 fee. Find a violin playing friend that will do it for free for you :) 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 21, 2011
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    Hand-carved solid spruce top with maple back & sides
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  • Hal Leonard

    Essential Elements for Strings: Book 1 with EEi (Violin)

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    Excellent for Adult Beginner!

    0 5/5 Suzanne Langlois "JOBeth" (Georgia) - See all my reviews, September 18, 2006

    Well thought out series.

    "For a real violin study, go with Suzuki." While that might work for a child that is ages 3-4 in a one-on-one or small group setting (which is what the Suzuki Method was intended for), it does not work well in large group learning situation for kids who are twice that age, beginning instruments in fourth and fifth grade. And to be honest, almost everything in the Suzuki method *IS* an arrangement of an original work (like the Bach Bouree from the cello suites set for violin), chosen because even in their simplified form they help teach the fundamental concepts.This is my third year using EE2000 in my school program. I usually have between 30-40 students at each grade level in the orchestra. The books and their accompanying CD/DVD work really well and are of the appropriate complexity for the students ages nine through eleven. As a private instructor myself, I recommend to all my students to seek outside instruction, but EE2000 provides a good balance of technical... 5/5 Gene Wie (Irvine, CA USA) - See all my reviews, September 27, 2007

    excellent violin method

    0 5/5 P. Meyer "music lover" (Israel) - See all my reviews, March 11, 2005
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  • ADM

    ADM® 4/4 Full Size Handcrafted Solid Wood Student Violin with Starter Kits, Popular Violin for Beginners, New Players and Students, Varnish Finish Violin-Sprakle Blue Color

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    Rating (14 reviews):
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    Good buy for beginner with tight budget

    0 5/5 Joshua - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: ADM® 4/4 Full Size Handcrafted Solid Wood Student Violin with Starter Kits, Popular Violin for Beginners, New Players and Students, Varnish Finish Violin-Sprakle Blue Color I just received the violin several days ago but I am quite pleased so far. I'm a beginner (skill wise), so I don’t play much. The violin sounds great, everything is brand new, and it is such a good deal for the money! Just make sure to sand off the top layer of rosin before you use it. This violin came with an extra set of strings in addition to the ones on the instrument, just in case if one breaks in tuning. If you don’t play much with tight budget, strongly recommend this thing. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 12, 2013

    Its as close to a professional violin as you can get!

    0 5/5 Maggie Perry - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: ADM® 4/4 Full Size Handcrafted Solid Wood Student Violin with Starter Kits, Popular Violin for Beginners, New Players and Students, Varnish Finish Violin-Sprakle Blue Color Honestly, this is a great starter violin! When I opened the package, it was in its case. The case is lightweight and protective, but I would still suggest being careful with it. There is some assembly acquired, but it was actually super easy- just the bring, a misplaced string, and a peg! Once you figure that out, not a thing is out of place! It has a beautiful even paint job and the sound quality is excellent! The bow was alright, it needs a lot of rosin, unfortunately... the rosin they give is terrible! I'm not sure if its real horse hair or synthetic, but purchasing another bow isn't a bad idea anyway. Once you rosin the bow for a very long time though, it sounds pretty good. I totally recommend this product to anyone learning and trying the violin before upgrading to something more professional. Looks exactly like the picture too! Again, great product! 0, January 11, 2015

    perfectly described perfectly arrived

    0 5/5 eloy garcia - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: ADM® 4/4 Full Size Handcrafted Solid Wood Student Violin with Starter Kits, Popular Violin for Beginners, New Players and Students, Varnish Finish Violin-Sprakle Blue Color my daughter loved the violin and since all her classmates had blue violins ,well she wasn't going to be left out .after we tune and rosined the line all we heard was the violin in perfect harmony ,sounds good ,But i don't have another violin ,so yes we are new to violin and if you are too for the price you can't go wrong and with my prime membership it was free shipping in two day ,it better than driving around wondering where the better deal is ,..great product kids loved it 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 18, 2013
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  • Crescent

    Crescent 4/4 Full Size Student Violin Starter Kit (Includes CrescentTM Digital E-Tuner)

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    (3.6/5)
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    Learn a new skill for $40!

    I received my violin on Tuesday, September 17. I'm writing this review after owning and playing it for one week now. This has been my experience with the violin so far.The day I received the violin, I was unable to set it up because the tailcord that holds the tailpiece to the end pin of the violin kept loosening and eventually one of the little nuts that grip on to the tailcord to hold the tailpiece together came off. I found out on youtube that you can burn the end pieces of the tailcord so that the nut can get a good grip and keep it from coming off. I had to do that three times because every time I would set it up and tune it, the tailcord would snap after a couple hours of practicing. Finally the last time I did it, I burned the end piece a little further down before tightening the nut on the tailcord, my idea was that this would make it harder for the nut to slip, and since then the violin has stayed in tune and had no problems practicing.Why 5 stars... 5/5 givemeacent - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Crescent 4/4 Full Size Student Violin Starter Kit (Includes CrescentTM Digital E-Tuner) (Electronics) I received my violin on Tuesday, September 17. I'm writing this review after owning and playing it for one week now. This has been my experience with the violin so far.The day I received the violin, I was unable to set it up because the tailcord that holds the tailpiece to the end pin of the violin kept loosening and eventually one of the little nuts that grip on to the tailcord to hold the tailpiece together came off. I found out on youtube that you can burn the end pieces of the tailcord so that the nut can get a good grip and keep it from coming off. I had to do that three times because every time I would set it up and tune it, the tailcord would snap after a couple hours of practicing. Finally the last time I did it, I burned the end piece a little further down before tightening the nut on the tailcord, my idea was that this would make it harder for the nut to slip, and since then the violin has stayed in tune and had no problems practicing.Why 5 stars... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 24, 2013

    If you're even slightly interested, read this.

    So I'm going to be very critical and explain everything on my account of this violin.First and foremost, this violin can't hold a tune. Obviously, it's brand new! For anyone who knows anything about stringed instruments, new strings take a week to two weeks of gently playing with and tuning the strings so that they stretch and can hold a tune. So, disregard anything someone says about it not holding a tune, they must be really new.So the violin. It seems like a solid instrument. The coloring is cute, and it has a tiny bit of weight (its incredibly light). You need to attach the bridge yourself, which is very easy with the instructions that they give you. This is so that the bridge or strings don't break during shipping. Makes a very nice sound.The bow. The bow is a very nice one, smooth and solid. The horsehair can be tightened and loosened by a bolt at the end of the frog for easier storage. It makes a nice sound when rosined and is easy to... 4/5 Reagan Kaiser - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Crescent 4/4 Full Size Student Violin Starter Kit (Includes CrescentTM Digital E-Tuner) (Electronics) So I'm going to be very critical and explain everything on my account of this violin.First and foremost, this violin can't hold a tune. Obviously, it's brand new! For anyone who knows anything about stringed instruments, new strings take a week to two weeks of gently playing with and tuning the strings so that they stretch and can hold a tune. So, disregard anything someone says about it not holding a tune, they must be really new.So the violin. It seems like a solid instrument. The coloring is cute, and it has a tiny bit of weight (its incredibly light). You need to attach the bridge yourself, which is very easy with the instructions that they give you. This is so that the bridge or strings don't break during shipping. Makes a very nice sound.The bow. The bow is a very nice one, smooth and solid. The horsehair can be tightened and loosened by a bolt at the end of the frog for easier storage. It makes a nice sound when rosined and is easy to... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 2, 2014

    Know what you are getting into first! Awesome deal (considering) for your money, if you do your research!

    For reference purposes, I am not a professional, a performer, or even a student.. But I do have some musical background, on string and other various instruments. This is my first violin. I am self taught and when I learn something I research a LOT.Speaking from my perspective, for anyone complaining of little details on quality... give me a break. I'm not sure how much more self-entitled one could possibly be... but.. With a little work, you have a working violin to play around with (for under $50 WITH shipping; including a whole set of accessories) and get a feel for if this is an instrument you truly wish to INVEST in. For those unable to get any sound out.. Either you were truly sent something entirely defective.. or.. (most likely) you simply have no idea what you are doing. The bridge needs measured and sanded down, then notched in the right places, then assembled in the proper manner, in the proper location, if your's is like mine, the endpin may need secured,... 4/5 Kelsey - See all my reviews This review is from: Crescent 4/4 Full Size Student Violin Starter Kit (Includes CrescentTM Digital E-Tuner) (Electronics) For reference purposes, I am not a professional, a performer, or even a student.. But I do have some musical background, on string and other various instruments. This is my first violin. I am self taught and when I learn something I research a LOT.Speaking from my perspective, for anyone complaining of little details on quality... give me a break. I'm not sure how much more self-entitled one could possibly be... but.. With a little work, you have a working violin to play around with (for under $50 WITH shipping; including a whole set of accessories) and get a feel for if this is an instrument you truly wish to INVEST in. For those unable to get any sound out.. Either you were truly sent something entirely defective.. or.. (most likely) you simply have no idea what you are doing. The bridge needs measured and sanded down, then notched in the right places, then assembled in the proper manner, in the proper location, if your's is like mine, the endpin may need secured,... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 28, 2013
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  • Carl Fischer

    The ABCs of Violin for the Absolute Beginner, Book 1 (Book & CD)

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    Rating (196 reviews):
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    The ABCs of Violin for the Absolute Beginner

    The ABC's of Violin has played an enormous role in fulfilling my dream of learning to play the violin. I'm overwhelmed by the simplicity of its approach, and it's underlying structure that has so effectively developed my skills. New concepts and techniques are introduced in such a logical manner as to further a student's development while limiting the frustrations and intimidation that frequently accompany a new undertaking such as learning an instrument. I also enjoy the vast repertoire of material presented throughout the book. The material ranges from focused studies to actual songs, encompassing nearly every genre imaginable, from classical to folk. Many of these songs are famous, others are slightly more obscure, but each cleverly selected to introduce a new element or concept at precisely the right time. The variety of music selection has also expanded the future directions that I hope to take my violin playing. I also highly recommend acquiring the accompanying CD... 5/5 ken (Boston, MA USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: The ABCs of Violin for the Absolute Beginner: Violin, Book 1 (Paperback) The ABC's of Violin has played an enormous role in fulfilling my dream of learning to play the violin. I'm overwhelmed by the simplicity of its approach, and it's underlying structure that has so effectively developed my skills. New concepts and techniques are introduced in such a logical manner as to further a student's development while limiting the frustrations and intimidation that frequently accompany a new undertaking such as learning an instrument. I also enjoy the vast repertoire of material presented throughout the book. The material ranges from focused studies to actual songs, encompassing nearly every genre imaginable, from classical to folk. Many of these songs are famous, others are slightly more obscure, but each cleverly selected to introduce a new element or concept at precisely the right time. The variety of music selection has also expanded the future directions that I hope to take my violin playing. I also highly recommend acquiring the accompanying CD... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 25, 2003

    Best book by far for adult beginner

    0 5/5 "gregw9902" (Tucson, AZ) - See all my reviews This review is from: The ABCs of Violin for the Absolute Beginner: Violin, Book 1 (Paperback) I had always wanted to learn how to play the violin and finally decided to take the plunge last year. It seemed like a good idea to buy some starter books that would help me learn how. I picked up three such books that had been recommended to me. By far the best was the "ABCs of Violin for the Absolute Beginner." The notes were easy to read and the tunes were really fun to play. New ideas were introduced at a good pace--not pushy fast, not pokey slow--just right. I could keep up without feeling overwhelmed, but I felt like I was learning something, too. I'm now near the end of Book 2 of the series and having a blast! Can't wait to try out Book 3.The other two method books I bought just didn't cut it for me. They seemed harder to understand and threw a lot at you all at once. It was the ABCs that really made me want to keep playing--no contest as far as I'm concerned, at least. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 10, 2004

    Yes, for the absolute beginner

    0 5/5 T. J. Carpenter - See all my reviews, June 17, 2005
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  • Generic

    4/4 Full Size Student Violin Starter Kit (Bow, Rosin, Case)

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    Full size 4/4 violin
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  • ADM

    ADM® 1/4 Size Handcrafted Solid Wood Student Violin with Starter Kits (Shaped Case & Violin Bow, Rosin, etc.), Popular Violin for Beginners, New Players and Students, Traditional Red Brown Lacquer Finish

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    Overall good construction - great for the price!

    0 4/5 Patrick D. Lynch - See all my reviews, February 5, 2015

    Five Stars

    0 5/5 Dan Schroeder - See all my reviews, September 5, 2014

    I am very pleased with this product and would recommend it to others

    0 5/5 Cynthia B. Cowan - See all my reviews, January 13, 2015
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    1 year warranty against manufacturer's defects
    Handcrafted maple wooden neck, back and sides to strengthen the stability of these parts and offers excellent acoustical properties and good response
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  • Hal Leonard

    Play Violin Today! Beginner's Pack: Level 1 Book/CD/DVD Pack (Play Today!: Level One)

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  • Fretless Finger Guides

    Fretless Finger Guide for Full (4/4) Size Violin

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    Shows first position natural note locations, sharps and flats, giving a visual violin fingering chart of the notes
    One piece clear cling vinyl, uses no adhesive. Goes on in seconds. Easy on, easy off. No need to loosen or remove the strings
    Helps you learn to play violin scales quickly and play songs easily
    Takes the mystery out of the fingerboard using easy to understand color coded notes. Better than violin position marker strips or violin finger tapes
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  • ADM

    ADM® 4/4 Full Size Handcrafted Solid Wood Student Violin with Starter Kits (Shaped Case & Violin Bow, Rosin, etc.), Popular Violin for Beginners, New Players and Students, Varnish Finish Violin-Traditional Red Brown lacquer finish

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    Includes: shaped foam carrying case with a durable luggage-grade nylon exterior and padded plush interior, Brazil wood stick violin bow with rosewood frog and unbleached white horse hair, rosin, two bridges, an extra set of strings(wound together or wrapped separately) and shoulder strap
    Handcrafted maple wooden neck, back and sides to strengthen the stability of these parts and offers excellent acoustical properties and good response
    Hand carved solid spruce top; rosewood fingerboard, pegs and chin rest;alloy tailpiece with 4 integrated fine tuners; Varnish/Lacquer Finish
    1 year warranty against manufacturer's defects
    Perfect for the beginner or student violinist


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