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    Victor_Barros
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    What are some good violin methods that are in the the public domain?

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    Tally78
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    Hello Victor,
    I was wondering about this also and I am so glad you brought this up. I would like to know also as well about violin method books.
    Tally78

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    Shiroi98
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    What sort of method books are you looking for? Etudes? You can find that here: http://imslp.org/wiki/60_Studies_for_the_Violin,_Op.45_(Wohlfahrt,_Franz)

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    Laurel Wilson
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    I really like Wohlfahrt as well, I also use Shradieck excercises like found here: http://imslp.org/wiki/School_of_Violin_Technics_(Schradieck,_Henry)

    They seem very easy at first, but when doing them meticulously, I have really benefitted. As for actual methods books for free download, I have never seen any that were very good. Many people use the Suzuki for the solos there. The books are under $10 usually and last for months if you take the time to learn them properly. For very beginners I like a little known series called “Spotlight on Strings” I have found that beginners progress quite quickly with it, and they are also pretty economical.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by  Laurel Wilson.
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    Szilva
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    My favorite is Saussmanhaus method 🙂

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