Keith Cook Re-Releases Violin Sight Reading Guide
http://www.cheverly-md.gov/pages/index - The desire to share teaching tips amassed over the course of 40 years of teaching violin to children and adults inspired Keith Cook to write, "Sight Reading Violin Music: A Guide for the Non-beginner" (published by AuthorHouse).
"I myself learned complex selections by ear. I listened extensively to recordings, and then later bought the music and tried to match what I was seeing with what I had heard," writes Cook. "The system worked well until I was no longer able to use it (in orchestra rehearsals or chamber groups). While I was a student I documented the things I did to become a complete sight reader."
Learning to read music seems like a difficult task, and playing by ear is becoming the predominant way people around the world learn to play. "Sight Reading Violin Music" eliminates the fear and mystery by providing a structured way to build confidence and skill, while allowing the ear to aid in the process. Students will become fluent in sight reading, build confidence to play ensemble music and will launch a player into studying higher positions.
"Sight Reading Violin Music"
By Keith Cook
Softcover | 8.25 x 11 in | 74 pages | ISBN 9781491802359
E-Book | 76 pages | ISBN 9781491802342
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Keith Cook has taught violin for over 40 years. He has experience in Suzuki pedagogy as well as in a variety of traditional teaching styles. In addition to teaching, Cook has experience as a concert performer, having spent over 35 years in symphony orchestras and opera companies, such as the Louisville Orchestra.
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