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Viola All Sorts (Initial-Grade 1) (Instrumental Solo & Piano Accompaniment)

Mary Cohen

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An assortment of 19 pieces to pick and mix, from easy classics to great new pieces, this collection covers it all! All Sorts is designed to fit the technique and capabilities of the young player, with easy-to-play piano accompaniments for the teacher.

**Trinity College London selected pieces (Viola 2010-2012):

Pineapple, Pineapple, Mango (Cohen)

Lullaby (Brahms)

Nobody Knows the Trouble (Trad.)

Publisher: Trinity College London

Item Code: TG008473

Price: £8.00
Availability:In stock Territory restrictions apply, see Add. Info

Grade(s): Grade 1, Initial (Trinity)

Series: All Sorts

Exam Board: Trinity Guildhall

Territories: Item available Worldwide

  • Viola
  1. Theme From Autumn (Vivaldi)
  2. Pineapple, Pineapple, Mango (Cohen) **Trinity Guildhall Selected Piece: Viola Syllabus 2010-2012
  3. G-Force Rock (Wedgwood)
  4. Lullaby (Brahms) **Trinity Guildhall Selected Piece: Viola Syllabus 2010-2012
  5. Oteng' Teng' (Traditional)
  6. Searching For Lambs (Traditional)
  7. Thinking Things Over (Cohen)
  8. Waltz (Schubert)
  9. Danse Royale (Wedgwood)
  10. Rocky Mountain (Traditional)
  11. Chan Mali Chan (Traditional)
  12. Kafoozalum (Traditional)
  13. Chill! (Rae)
  14. Basse Danse: La Mourisque (Susato)
  15. Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen (Traditional) **Trinity Guildhall Selected Piece: Viola Syllabus 2010-2012
  16. Davy Davy Knick-Knack (Traditional)
  17. Andante (Mozart)
  18. Trumpet Minuet (Handel)
  19. Moto Perpetuo (Cohen)

These two publications provide the elementary violist with a selection of short pieces (19 in the first book and 20 in the second) taken from a variety of styles and cultures. The printing is clear and each work has a short written introduction to it. As one would expect from a series compiled by Mary Cohen, the choice of repertoire is good and covers a variety of basic techniques in a musically rewarding way. Although not designed to be a progressive tutor styled book these two collection provide useful additional repertoire for the elementary violist to dip into for consolidation of technical points, concerts, assemblies and pure enjoyment. I would suggest that they are a useful addition to any viola teacher’s library.

ARCO Summer 2010