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CEllO

THE BELWIN STRING BUILDER

Book One

by Sarnuel Applebaum

TIle BlSria String Builder is a string class Method in which the Violin, Viola, Cello and Bass play
"4 'he daUllClsout. Each book, however, is a complete unit and mny be used separately for class or
. sa -, 'ilallrnction .
':IiiI Method, the quarter

note approach is adopted not only because it is the unit of the beat,
it encourages freedom of t.he bow arm at the outset. Starting from No. 15, the open string
w' 5 -.xlthose that introduce the first finger serve as an accompaniment
to well-known folk songs
. ~ written for the piano. This provides musical purpose to the melodies and stimulates rhythmic
- n ' A small "p" after the number indicates that there is a piano part for that melody.

After the first finger, F# and C# are introduced. This has proven to be most practicable from the
,,-*point
of tonality and left hand finger placement. From this point on, the student plays the actual
-mdies.
However, on Page 20, F llnLurnl and C natural llrc prescnted to develop intonation and to
DIOIl'e readily prepare the pupil for t.he school orchestra.
The material in this book is realistically graded so that only a minimum of explanatory material
is required. Each melody is in teresting and will prov ide the basis for a fine left hand technic and bow arm.

Page
Picture Of The Cello and The Bow
, 2
"!'be Two High Strings
, 3
"I'be Two I.ower Strings
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 4
'I'be Open Strings With Half Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 5

Whole Notes

"

' ,,

, .. , . . . . . . .. 6

More Melodies With Open Strings


,
,
,
, .. , . , . . . . .. 7
A New Tone-The
First Finger On The D String. "
, .,
,
,
"
8
More Melodies With The First Finger On The D String
,.,,.,,
,
,
, . , .. . . . .. 9
A New Tone-The
First Finger On The A String
, . , .. ,
, , 10
A Higher ToneThe Third Finger On The D String . ,
".. , ,
, .. ,
11
A Higher Tone On The A String-The
Third Finger .. , . . . . .
."
,.,,
,.,
, . , ., .. , .. 12
More Melodies With The First and Third Fingers
, .. , . . . .. " .. ,
,
,
13
The Fourth Finger On The D String
,
,
,.,
,
14
The Fourth Finger On The A String ,
, .. , . ,
,
,,
,.,,
,,.,.,
15
Beautiful Melodies With The First, Third and Fourth Fingers. ,
,
, .. , , .. ,
16
Playing Two Notes In The Same Bow Stroke
,
,,.,.,,
17
A New Low Tone-The
First Finger On The G String
, . , .. ,
,.,.'
,.,
,
18
, 'Tbe Third and Fourth Fingers ~n The G String .. ,
,
',' .' ,.,,,.,
,
,
19
, .. ,
' .. '
,.,
, .. , . , . , . , ,
20
~,_When Do We Use The Second Fmger
.Jing Three Notes In The Same Bow Stroke .. The C String
,
,
,
,
,.21
M' 00sTh{:lt Are Repeated
' . , . , .. , .. , ,
, .. ,
,.,,,
,. ,, . ,,
,.'
22
Stressing The Third and Fourth Fingers
,....
,
,,
23
If' 5 Stressing 'The Second and Third Fingers
' .. ,
,
,
,
24
PIa:1 JIeeotiful Melodies With Dynamics
,,
, .. ,
,,
,
' .. 25
Sbeed - cThe Fourth Finger-Left
Hand Pizzicato .. ,
"
,
,,
, .. 26
Rigbt IJaBIl IJizzicato
,
, .. , , , , .. ,
27
l.-fekKties (M AJl Strings
,
,
,
,
28
Building A Major- Scale
, .. ,
,
,
29
Eighth 2'otes
.. _
,
,
30
Eighth Notes ee-IJined With Quarter Notes
, .. , .. ,
,
,
31
Lively Melodies W'rthEighth Notes
,.,
,
,
,
,
,
,
32
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MELVILLE,N.Y.11746

The Cello and the Bow

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To the Student:
This Method Book is the basic text for the BELWIN COURSE ~
S"I'IIISG'S bieh is the
carefully planned complete curriculum for string development. To _.
BG5: ~:oyment
froI
string instrument activilies and (() :lssure a good mastery of rnllsiC21 ~s.
what you IE
the Method Book should be apprtcd to the playing of Solos. Ensembles. 8Id St.:r.ng Qr~hestra
as your skill inc reases .
This course includes these Solos. Ensembles. and String Orchestra Pieces. en yarious pE
this Method Book, these supplementary projects are suggested in accord with }!'wr developing IT
ability. It is strongly recommended that these numbers be prepared as tbe"ariros pages are re

Solos

Technic

1. COME TO THE SEA ..


ltallan Polk Song

for Page 15

2, IN THE SWISS ALPS ..


by Charles De Berlor

for Page 21

3. MINUET.
.
........
from Anna Magdalena Bach.

for Page 30

Notebook

Copyright

Hook

EARL Y ETUDES

Program
FIRST

1060 by BE LWIN. Ino Rookvllie


All Rlghl1l Reservod

starting

on

st.utlng

on

Book

PROGRAM

E 115ffllblc
DUETS

FOR STRINGS.

FOR STRINGS .

Book

POR STRINGS

Centre.

L. 1..

N.Y.

"

3
O\~::.c! (Q

,., - means down-bow.


the bow.

Start pla.ylng a.t the frog or the bottom of

-~-~
The D String

~:
Count

,.,
~:

r r

Count

F=f

r F==r~~--=Er

F F

The A String
The A Is the highest string.

,.,

_~_==~---=--r===_
~--==--r==-_===_r=====_t=f===_===::::r_===~-_E======_1===_~--===:~
i1

~====:r
The D and A Strings

i1

~_: __

r _F_

F===:F

~_r

~~~~r=~
Copyright

1960 by BELWIN. Inc . Rockville


All Rights Reserved

Centre.

L.r..

N.Y.

_f _r--===I~

open

strings

F===t==t==I

nu

,~
The G String
1"1

4 ~:
Count

Three Strings

Starting
1"1

!1--:

~~-~~ ~ m

1"1

~-F~~-The

6~:

5 J~

on A

C String

~g~-~=-~--=-=5N
J :J :t=

j):~j=~~
Each String Twice

.:::::.:::=::::~~:

ggL_
The Other

Way

~-_:
~~r=_c-t~---F-~---~--~Ii~-l~cf
~-=f~=f J-.

These numbers
are called
the
Time Signature

<\ - the top number tells us there are 4 cou~ts to each measure.
{ <\ - the bottom number lells us a qUllrtcr noLe receives
one count.

1 2
Count
The A String

~:i

IT

.~

The G String

Playing

with 'Our

A down or up-bow is placed in the middle of eachtme

Teacher
to serve

as a starting

or stopping measu

WHOLE

NOTES

(0)

~~:g;!"';??J?e~_===__ ==[===_0 ===_~===E====_o====


Count

Two Halves
Move the bow a bit faster

and

for the half notes.

=9: t

E=E=F*====_~===-o-====-_~::::::::::=~o

Count

1 2 3 4

- v

Song - Lightly Row


n

~
I

Student

Q---.

r-

One
Move the bow faster

for the quarter

~---..

long

--

~
I-

. I

and Four Shorts

notes.

~====~o

~:=::::::=::=~o

1 2 3 4

and One
~::::::=::==_o

~Io

1 2 3 4

--'-

---

---

~ :

===~m::::::::::=~o===_1

1 2 3 4

Our Theme

Count

0==========:::=0===.==1

1 2 3 4

long

1E8EEl~===0===:~m:::::=::~o
===:-.===0

====:0

;.

THE WHOLE

REST (on the 4th line)

Gaily the Troubadour


Leave the bow on the string during the rest.

~ ~
n

- r=:-- Mary
v

Had a little

THOMAS H. BAYLY

E*====-l~==--====:==::o=======0 ~~
.n

lamb

TRADmOllAL

~====o =======_-=_E=_ ~==:==_


..=_[-e-71= __ -=~--==-o====_l
0

MORE MELODIES with OPEN STRINGS


The Whistle

m_~

.1

p~::::::::=:=_e

NURSERY RIr.
9

Pierrot

FREN Cll FOLK S

IP~=Ffglo-~-

THE HALF REST (on the 3rd line) ~


The half resL receives

2 counts.

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Count 1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

-====-~
Baal Baal Black

Sheep

NURSERY RH

; 20

~- spfg~-:=:::::::-

p ~--

lJ=====- bj=====-f

-~

Buns

.Z1P~~-

-a=F-%*=====_

Who is Thumbkin?
~~'

1/

<2p~T=:F=f=r
,

Merrily

~_

- iiF=ir~~

FRENCIIDANCE~

We Roll Along

:.3P~EE&~fd~E~EEE~

Old King Cole


n

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~

,
It

IL .

TRADITI(

In 22p, 'J,,-elift the bow at the end of the phrasc in ordcr to stnrt down-bow.
In 24p, '..
e lift the bow because the phrase ends on an up-bow approaching the frog.

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le
lp

nut
from 2 3/4
to 3 1/2
inches

E)

It sounds a whole step higher than the open D string.


Plac~ the
1st finger from 2 3/4 to :1 L 2 inches from the nut depending upon
the size of the Cello.

1st finger

Memorize the sound of the open D and the Is

DEI)

~:4

on the D String

f It is called

open D
string
e

Finger

1st finger

?9;

The First

open string

finger.

_11 __
E__
~~~~!====n
-1------1= 0
.. 1

;
~ ;;

-====:-}-==-:_-o-,;_~=--=~-__ I_--l1
t=:== __--------- -==:LU
__ E

1st finger

====0====Ff====

~
..:...

"
I::>tudent ~

===="====[

r"1

r"1

I
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Our

Theme

Song

Etude

':i_r_=~
A Funny

r"1.

Thing

~/_

The First

) :J:t

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"~41

Finger

Game
-

on D

TRADITIONAL

~
~

MORE MELODIES with

the FIRST FINGER

on the

0 STRING

Gi<Jnt Steps

t
t __

.3D
t

A Falling Star
-

.-

The Crunchy

Cookies

Student

t-~
It

.It

It

71_n
- =~~70-=

Keeping a finger down while you play another open string.

:-32

-=9:I~'

Keep the 1st finger down on D until the end of this line.

1_______

It
,~

, 33

,
,.
-

,.

Playful

.-

1__

1__

Bobbie

1__

Shafto

NURSERY

34P~6't

Skip to

My Lou

TRADl

35P

1t
~

Puppies

~~~~=====;

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1_

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C
13/.10
: tl2 iDcbes

whole

~s

The Third

step

,1/4 to 3

A HIGHER TONE

nut

Finger

on the

(II is ("lied

1
whole

D String

F#)

step

3
When
whole
2 1/4
finger

F#

li

F#

~=_;=_ ~==I=_'=~t!===o
o

there Is a sharp bcf()re F, it Is called F1. F sharp I


step from tho 1st. flnr-cr E. Place the 3rd finger fz
to 3 Inches from Lhe lnl finger.
When you play the
U1e 1st must romnln on U1C string.

tfo

II

~::::=:===

[3*0

IJ

~~~~ttl:!~

!):t

The F~ Finger

Game

IP~6'_
3

At a Party

1__

When a note Is sharped

it remains

sharped

throughout

the mensure.

1~7Z'_~
Mary
Place

the 1st finger


i1

5P~:t

down before

Had a little

lamb

you start.
V

TRADITIO~

__
3

Skipping
Place the 1st finger

from

the Open

String

to the 3rd Finger

down with the 3rd finger.

Skip a Step
n

.j.f'.' __ ..

-----R

-_.

-$~-.Teacher
:-:

up~:i

F,r~

Cock ~a- 000 die - D 00 I


.

3_____

NURSERY RI-r

3__

ROTE PROJECT:
The class may now learn to play the open strings
in various rhythms by rate
quarter notes, eights. and triplets.
I1umorsing
tho rhythmsbeforc
playing. Play above the middle
starling about two inches bclC'o'o the middle or Lhehow. Use only Uw lower arm rrom Lhe elbow.

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A HIGHER

l.Ut

TONE

on the

A STRING

The Third Finger on A

;...1-.,

1
III

IS

called

C#)

3
~
)

F#

!
A

C~

#-

When there is a sharp L.~:')r~ c it is called C sharp. C sharp is


a whole step from the 1st finger B. Place the 3rd finger from
2 1/4 to 3 inches from the 1st finger.
When you play the 3rd
finger the 1st must remain on the string.

C#

~~~=I~==~E

==~- ~

The Family

Gathering

,.,

reaoher

A Happy

Firefly

n:il

as'
c Cluss wIll now bocome a sIring- orchostrn.
Stnd Lho "First Program For Strings" by
TIuel Applebaum. ThIs is a cullecLion of 28 well known sldng orchestra pieces to be used
. concerts and assembly programs.

Theme
(New

5I~rr

1___

World

Sympllofl

~J@t'

3_

Merrily

-_

y)
i'1_

We Roll Along

~*P~
3

Gaily the Troubadour

A Finger

Mixer

A String

Mixer

FHENCH FOLK S

p~:i ~

t~r~~!c~r~!~

C
~
}

~
)

tep

The Fourth

nut

Finger

on the D String

(It is called

1
1

G)

1
3

The 4ili finger G is a half-step from the 3rd finger F#. Place ilie
Hh finger about 1 or 1 14 inches from t11e3rd finger. When this
mark /"-- connects two not..-',:. it is a reminder that they are a
half-step apart.
The 1st and 3rd fingers must remain on the
string when you play the 4th finger.

F#

F#

- 0

e ~
(

Melody

on D

- II
o

Jumping

Beans

Off to School
.eave a allght pause at each comma (') with the bow remaInIng on the strIng.

3tudent

r"1

i1

---

OUf

-,

1__

------I

=~
I

Theme

-~#.

--I

i1

-~~-

-jS>I

- -

i1

t-F
I

Song - Lightly

I
--

-'>

~-

Row
GERMAN FOLK SONG

- 0
3 __
A

)TE PROJECT: This tetrachorcl or :3 4 fingcl' pattern with the 3nl and 4Ul fingers a half step
art may now be played on all strings [n various rhyUllns. lIum or sing this pattern before
lying.

The Fourth

1
~le
.tep
..aalf-

,.r

D)

A.

on the A String

(It is called

step

Finger

3
.

Place the 4th finger about 1 or 1 1/4 Inches from the 3rd finger.
B

et

r fE r
t

C#

64~
~

Melody

on A

The Space Ship

The Pet Shop

&

.-

: -1 ,:

.,. .

Twinkle.

Twinkle,

Little

Star
OLD

FRENC

.: t:

."L-'

,
,
~,
~

Each st..::Se~.':m:ay Dc:. play ducts with another Violin or with a Viola, Cello, or Bass. In "DUE
For Strin5:s" b:r Samuel Applebaum we have 2G lovely ducts.
Each sludent may noW play 1
first Cello sc~o ..ith piano accompaniment for demonslralion
programs.
It is called "Come
The Sea" - I:al:::n Folk Song.

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BEAUTIFUL MELODIES with the FIRST. THIRD and FOURTH FINGERS

Now We Will Dance

);i~~
1----___

3__

London

Bridge

is Falling

Down

TRADITIONAL

.E81~j~EiF ~

"f ~f~c=.,--=
L

Old MacDonald

- g
_

Had a Farm

):1

~~

-I
A Thanksgiving

Song
ENGLISH FOLK SONG

~z~>'-

~-

~7'~~-9
An Octave

Apart

;~t~_ili~~ff~no.~. _II
Teacher
HOTE PROJECT: The pupils
the scale before playing.

n1;J.y

now learn

the D Majol' scale.

The class

should hum

or

sIlIC

-"

I'

. a (urved line (-)


COlUkCts two notes that are alike it is called a tie.
. the g1:lmebow stroke aad cmmted as one note .

Both notes are

The Tie

.-;

'We ...,

. ~

same melody again. The dot after the half note adds one half of lts value.
will now receive three counts.
Both lines wlll sound the same.

When a curved line connec ts two or marc notes that are different.
notes in the same bow stroke.

it is called a slur.

Pia

Smooth Sailing
1\

:11

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~=~

.~~-'

L/~~~

, 7!P~~
,,

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=_~
_ E~~Zi:'_

:_-

Long, Long Ago


i'
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Jingle Bells

~/
3_

. THOMASH,

tgf3=3-n-~
'-=--=

~o=3
,.

J. Pl

A nut

:i

The First

Finger

on the G String

(II is (ililed

It sounds a whole step higher

80

rt~

A)

than the open G string.

-=:~
:J:

_
l~

- rn=~JliJj~:t=.J

9:f~~rr~
o

1---

Thoughts

of Christmas

Good Morningl

[9:1 ~~._~~~
1

OLD MELODY

~====-~~m~Wt~r===
3_________

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-II

The Third

nut

Finger
(It

011

is called

the G String
R)

'1'IIe lop 3 means that there are

:. ~ti mr
'\n

:l counts to each measure.

~~

EtdJ4~

mri

~-l-l

The Fourth

ri

-Z~ m~~-l

a
a

l l ~=:=_l

~_l~ ~ ~ ~

t
t
t

rm
n

Finger on the G String

(It is called C)
..., . tep from the 3rd finger B. Place the 4th finger about 1 1/4 inches from the 3rdJ

:. ~=:::::::=j

a-

Under the Sea

t:

ri

Watching

1"'.

81P~

It

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the Sheep

FRENCH

FOL

When

Do We Use the Second

Finger?

When the next note above the 1st finger is a half-step away. W1
use the 2nd finger.
We nnw URe the 2nd finger to play F on thI
D string and C on the A stl"ing. Both notes are a half-step froD
the1stfinger.
Place the 2nd finger about lor 11/41nches fI'OII
the 1st finger .

- This is a nat:u"'2i 5:gn ..hien means iliat the note is not sharpeli
or flatted.

at

%~

01

2~

r====-~

~=:=i

c======_I

t====:_gpr
~~====-~===_-

Cradle

Song

GERMAN FOLK SONG

1'1

~:i E=EEtf./I~

~-'

E=EI======_"

Ett.

The Half Step March

_~=
./l
~:~====---~~
--123~

32

ROTE PHOJECT:
The class
tween lhe 1st and 2nd fingers.

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23

--~~~

will now enjoy playing


Pl:1y on all sll"ings

1'2

lhe
rinf.(cr paltcrll
in vn I"intls rhythms.

wilh a h:::Jf s~~-

~.

"

-. 3

~=

1 ~

~,

.' .r ~~f=t~~i~~
.
1

Thoughts

of You

GERMAN FO:

~-~~~--~_.
r======.~

~ ~======_.

===r:===========~

-.Ie Is called an "up-beat".

The count Is subtracted

;..~.

from the last measure.

[======:~======I~

PLAYING

on the C STRING

'WIle lat finger on the C string Is called D and is a whole step froll! the open string. The 3:
E and is a whole step from the 1st finger D. The 4th finger is called F and Is a ]
-.e 3rd finger E .
I

Each student ..
-il: nc~.
- be ready to play the next Cello solo with piano accompaniment.
The Swiss Alps" by Cr;:1:-:c5 De Bcdot.

It is "]

Monkey in his Cage

[~

!?
Dream

Waltz

~~ re~.You
~ ..ctlo'~~;~;.-~r

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ROTE PROJECT:
A

The

the 2 3 finger pallern


notes in a bow.

1 2 fing-el" p;1Lkrn wiLh the 1st


with the 2nd and 3rd fingers a half

~.

a half step apa.."1t.. ,.-;


sIJ'p ;lpal"l, may now be praclicrC 6rnlr

;1nd 2nd fingers

GERMAN FOLl

~~tr=~

The Lonesome Cowboy

Happy Go Lucky
(Melody

with

Octaves)

oaly one Bet of dots go back to ilie beginning .

___m.-..Est

. -=ales of G and D Major may now be lrlcd in lhe following


rhythms.
dot and dash are played Detache Lance - a slight pause between each
-.:en.l.

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7

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(J

MELODIES

STRESSING

__

~-:-i~=i:=====-t!~f
1

the SECOND

and THIRD

~-r-F-;-~_--_--~~_

I Student

4-

;--~.
~

.-P------ -~---~.f~~
~
-

r"1

-+-_ ~~ ---r

FINGERS

.. -

---= ---=-~--=-----..-

The Criss-Cross

Fingering

Caterpillar
n

>:>:_"-1_
2

.....

RUSSIAN FOLK SON(

ROTE PROJECT:
Play the 1 2 finger pattern starting with the not.e E (1st finger on m a:n.:
ending with the open A string.
Practice in various bowings ;1l1d rhythms to conform wi:ir. ~
other string parts.


IlIIII'"

Playing

f - means to play loudly - from

U18

Itallan word "forte"

FRENCH FOL

P~===='===

~.,~.~

=======:;~

jJ.

:~.~
.
=

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'

The Clock Tower

p- me~s

to play softly - from the nallan word ., p~o"

i"P~

-~

.~
n

:...

Good King Wenceslas


means gradually slower.

TRADITIONAl
r1

r-:

Old Hundredth

LOUIS BOl

of

My Pet Pony

:114~~

_~

=.,: Frs:;.
'
~

A. R. RE

'

10
.. or ritardando

,"1

:.

in the Snow

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