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Volume 2 Cello Part Revised Edition

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Cello School

Volume 2 Cello Part Revised Edition

© 1980, 1992 Dr. Shinichi Suzuki

Sole publisher for the entire world except Japan:

Summy-Birchard Inc. exclusively distributed by Warner Bros. Publications

15800 N.W. 48th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33014 All rights reserved Printed in U.S.A.

ISBN 0-87487-481-5

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INTRODUCTION

FOR THE STUDENT: This material is part of the worldwide Suzuki Method of teaching. Companion recordings should be used with these publications. In addition, there are piano accompaniment books that go along with this material.

FOR THE TEACHER: In order to be an effective Suzuki teacher, a great deal of ongoing education is required. Your national Suzuki association provides this for its membership. Teachers are encouraged to become members of their national Suzuki associations and maintain a teacher training schedule, in order to remain current, via institutes, short-term programs and long-term programs. You are also encouraged to join the International Suzuki Association.

FOR THE PARENT: Credentials are essential for any teacher you choose. We recommend you ask your teacher for his or her credentials, especially those relating to training in the Suzuki Method. The Suzuki Method experience should be a positive one, where there exists a wonderful, fostering relationship among child, parent, and teacher. So choosing the right teacher is of the utmost importance.

In order to obtain more information about the Suzuki Association in your region please contact:

International Suzuki Association USA Office 212 S. Cottonwood Dr. Richardson, TX 75080 www.internationalsuzuki.org

Under the guidance of Dr. Suzuki since 1978, the editing of the Suzuki Cello School is a continuing cooperative effort of the International Suzuki Association Cello Committtee.

CONTENT!'S

rn Long, Long Ago, T H. Bayly 6

[1] May Time, W. A .. Mozart 7

rn Minuet No.1, J. S. Bach 8

[i] Minuet No.3, J. S. Bach " " """' ",, ,,"".".".""." 9

rn Chorus from "Judas Maccabaeus," G. F Handel H)

I]J Hunters' Chorus, C M. von Weber 11

[l] Musette from English Suite No.3, J. S. Bach 12

00 March in G, J S. Bach 13

[]J Theme from "Whches Dance," N Paganini 14

Tonallzation - The Moon Over the Ruined Castle, R. Taki .15

[!QI The Two Grenadiers, R. Schumann 16

[!] Gavotte, F. J. Gossec 17

~ Bourree, G. F Handel 18

1979 Fritz Henle

Maestro Pablo Casals

Photograph by Lawrence Block

The four main points for study in Volume II:

1. The child should listen to the reference recordings every day at home to develop musical sensitivity. Rapid progress depends on this listening.

2. Tonalization, or the production of a beautiful tone, should be stressed in the lesson and at home.

3. The position etudes should be practiced well before each lesson.

4. Constant attention should be given to accurate intonation, correct posture, and the proper bow hold.

Tonalization

Each lesson should begin with a tonalization.

Try to produce a beautiful. tone. Use full bows.

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Closed hand position is marked with 0 .

Open hand position is marked with x.

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Forward and backward extension using 2nd position.

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Practice to increase speed and accuracy.

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[!] Minuet No. 3

Allegretto J. S. Bach

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Please remember that the child should listen to the recording every day.

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Try playing the following exercise silently. Keep second finger in place as the first finger moves back from ~ to BIr.

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Tonalization

The Moon over the Ruined Castle

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R. Schumann

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For asterisked passages, see next page.

D.C. al Fine

18

Preparation Exercises for Gossec Gavotte

Procedure for practice:

Listen carefully to the intonation. Use a short stroke.

Place the bow on the string, then play, keeping the bow on the string during the rest.

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