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Making music is all about patterns. 24 Keys is designed to help you learn the unique fingering pattern that makes up each key on the violin quickly and easily through learning scales and arpeggios, and through practice exercises.

It provides a unique visual guide to learning the position of the fingers in each key, so that you can make each second of your violin practice count.

Published: Richard Moran on
ISBN: 9781466011502
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