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Introducing the Positions for Cello

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Written by Harvey S. Whistler.

Volume 2 - Second, 2-1/2, Third, 3-1/2. String Method. 9x12 inches. 72 pages. Published by Hal Leonard. (HL.04472860)

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Introducing the Positions, a series widely used in classroom and private studio, represents a critical next step for string students. Position playing allows players to extend range beyond the basics and move into the ranks of intermediate and advanced ensemble groups. The most important positions vary for each instrument, and Whistler wisely introduces the most-used positions first in Volume 1, followed by the next most important in Volume 2. An irreplaceable component for every string student's training!

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