[PDF] Artesson, Ph - Tiny Variations Over The Czech Folksong

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[PDF] Artesson, Ph - Tiny Variations Over The Czech Folksong

Post by Philcan » Mon Nov 30, 2009 11:02 am


another composition for my students, especially for children. Everything is in the first position. Andantino, allegro, sul tasto and sul ponticello don't have to be played exactly (children aren't able to do it), but try to play it softer and slower in the slow variation and faster and louder in another variations.

PS: I haven't enough space to add letters [PDF] to the subject of the topic. :desole:
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Re: Artesson, Philip - Tiny Variations Over The Czech Folksong

Post by Vesuvio » Mon Nov 30, 2009 2:02 pm

Hello Philip,

I'm sure that teacher members of the forum are always pleased to have material for their students. Thank you for sharing your work,

Best wishes, V :) :merci:
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