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XXI Variations on a Theme by Vivaldi By Keith Bajura
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XXI Variations on a Theme by Vivaldi is a set of variations based on the first movement of the famous Concerto in A minor.
Vivaldi's Nightmare in G minor By Keith Bajura
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A short piece for two violins in the style of Bach and Vivaldi.
Finale for Composers: 20Th Anniversary Edition By Keith Bajura
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In the beginning, Coda created Finale and it was good. Well okay, it was good but very few people realized its potential at first. And the learning curve was steeper than Mount Everest, making it all... More > the more appealing to me. So after a few weeks of fooling around with the thing, reading all of the manuals, watching the video, and hours of trial and error, I became a Finale aficionado. From that point on, I jumped right in for every upgrade they offered. I even switched between Mac and PC a few times just for good measure and used it on everything from my old Mac SE/30 to my current 2.4 GHz Quad Core 2 Duo running Vista Ultimate 64 bit. I have used Finale to print everything from simple rhythmic patterns for Eurhythmics exercises to full-blown Symphonies and Operas that were performed by professional orchestras as well as everything in between. Now I would like to share my success in using Finale with you in this book so you can see what it can do for you.< Less
Staying In Shape for Violin By Werner Torkanowsky
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This collection of basic exercises was compiled for my own personal use, however some of my friends suggested that I make it available to other violinists. Having spent most of my musical career as... More > a conductor, I found it extremely frustrating that there was simply no time to practice adequately to maintain the level of playing that I achieved only after many years of study. Inevitably, I made the mistakes common to instrumentalists who are faced with the dilemma of limited practice time. Using the little time available, I tried to stay in shape by practicing only the usual scales and bowings of which there are collections of mind-numbing quantity, ranging from Sevick to Flesh. The result was when trying to play chamber music for example, I felt all tied up in knots, and playing became an unnatural sequence of fingers and bow activity, while the essential reflexes of natural flow were suppressed.< Less
Finale for Composers- 20th Anniversary Edition By Keith Bajura
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In the beginning, Coda created Finale and it was good. Well okay, it was good but very few people realized its potential at first. And the learning curve was steeper than Mount Everest, making it all... More > the more appealing to me. So after a few weeks of fooling around with the thing, reading all of the manuals, watching the video, and hours of trial and error, I became a Finale aficionado. From that point on, I jumped right in for every upgrade they offered. I even switched between Mac and PC a few times just for good measure and used it on everything from my old Mac SE/30 to my current 2.4 GHz Quad Core 2 Duo running Vista Ultimate 64 bit. I have used Finale to print everything from simple rhythmic patterns for Eurhythmics exercises to full-blown Symphonies and Operas that were performed by professional orchestras as well as everything in between. Now I would like to share my success in using Finale with you in this book so you can see what it can do for you.< Less
Staying In Shape for Violin By Werner Torkanowsky
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This collection of basic exercises was compiled for my own personal use, however some of my friends suggested that I make it available to other violinists. Having spent most of my musical career as... More > a conductor, I found it extremely frustrating that there was simply no time to practice adequately to maintain the level of playing that I achieved only after many years of study. Inevitably, I made the mistakes common to instrumentalists who are faced with the dilemma of limited practice time. Using the little time available, I tried to stay in shape by practicing only the usual scales and bowings of which there are collections of mind-numbing quantity, ranging from Sevick to Flesh. The result was when trying to play chamber music for example, I felt all tied up in knots, and playing became an unnatural sequence of fingers and bow activity, while the essential reflexes of natural flow were suppressed.< Less