In five years, almost anyone who wanted to be a violinist knew there was time to be spent under his tutelage in order to learn how to play violin. Parents would fly to New York with their would-be prodigies, and teachers from all over the world sent him their most gifted students. Sometimes the teachers themselves would arrive, to sit in on his lessons and try to glean the essence of his method. But more often than not they came away bewildered.
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Galamian/Neumann - Contemporary Violin Technique, Book 1 - Galaxy Edition
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The Galamian Scale System For Viola (Volume 1)
But I did wonder how many people were mystified by the Galamian scale system, so I will share with you what I shared with him. Yes, I practice these scales, I teach these scales and I highly recommend them. And another: They will help you avoid injury. I never met Ivan Galamian nor do I agree with everything idea he had or edition he made but I am grateful for the wisdom of his scales, as taught to me by three wonderful teachers and Galamian proteges: Jim Maurer of the University of Denver, the late Conny Kiradjieff of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and Gerardo Ribeiro of Northwestern University. I will tell you mostly about the three-octave scales, from Volume 1 , as this is a good starting point. This is not to diminish the importance of the arpeggios in Volume 1 and the double- and multiple-stop scales in Volume 2. The three-octave scales each begin and end with a turn for example, G major begins with G-B-A-G before ascending, and it ends the same way.
Galamian scales work wonders, and here's why
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