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Études ou caprices (Kreutzer, Rodolphe)
Friedrich Hofmeistern. Goumas et C ie. This kreutzfr includes a list of referencesrelated reading or external linksbut its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Does not include 1 the sostenuto etude or 12 for overlapping arpeggios, replaces these with 13 the bariolage etude which is like the Prelude to the 1st Bach Cello Suite ethdes 25 the etude in broken octaves.
The editor puts the etudes in what he considers to be sequential order, noting the original numbering.
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They were written to demonstrate jreutzer possibilities of the Tourte bowwhich was then innovative but has since been universally adopted, meaning Kreutzer’s studies are highly applicable to the development of modern bowing technique. While Kreutzer was a prolific composer with some 50 stage works and dozens of other pieces to his credit, he is best known as a pedagogue.
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Henry Litolffn. Alphonse Leducn. Violim Hermann Ritter Contents 1 Performances 1. Adds 13 the bariolage etude which is like the Prelude to the 1st Bach Cello Suite and 25 the etude in broken ftudes. Editor Henri Marteau Retrieved from ” https: Another of Kreutzer’s important didactic goals was developing fluency in contraction and extension of the left hand, which is also crucial to modern students of the violin.
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Editor Lambert Massart M n Buffet Crampon et C ie. Arranger Carl Theodor Eichheim — Arranger Angelo Consolini Together with Pierre Baillot kreutezr Pierre Rodehe was at the center of the development of the French school of violin playing around the turn of the 19th century, which defined much of the 19th-century and hence the modern approach to playing the violin.
The etudes broadly form a logical pedagogic progression, though the relatively difficult Etude No. Max Brockhausn.