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21 x 29,7 cm, 16 pages

Art.Nr. VHR 3883
ISBN 978-3-86434-127-4
ISMN 979-0-2013-1032-9
Edition Score and Parts

Andrea Holzer-Rhomberg

Der freche Piepmatz

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The Cheeky Birdie
For: Violin 1, Violin 2, Cello 1, Cello 2, Double Bass, Piano (Viola 1, Viola 2 optional)

: String Orchestra

The Cheeky Birdie – this is a piece of music with a “teasing” character. This composition is a good training for acciaccatura, syncopation, articulation, pralltrillers and the change of finger-patterns.

While the parts of violin 1, viola 1 and cello 1 include challenging passages, the parts of violin 2, viola 2 and cello 2 can be played by students in the first or second year of learning the instrument. These parts also contain pleasing melodies apart from accompaniment.

Technique required:
Vl. 1: 1st and 3rd position
Vl. 2: all finger patterns in the 1st position
Vla. 1 and 2: all finger patterns in the 1st position
Cl. 1: 1st – 4th position. This part can also be played by the Viola 1 (in 1st position)
Cl. 2: extended 1st position
DB.: 1st position

Level: easy to moderately difficult

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€ 12.80
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Andrea Holzer-Rhomberg completed her studies at the Mozarteum Salzburg and at the Vienna University of Music. She has been teaching violin, viola and string ensembles at the Feldkirch Music School for many years. The author of the well-established violin/viola tutor series "Fiedel-Max" is also regularly active as a jury member at youth music competitions at home and abroad as well as in music school teacher training: Her seminars on string-specific topics from a holistic perspective are very well received! Since 2016 she has been running her string pedagogy blog www.passion4stringteaching.com. Andrea Holzer-Rhomberg is head of the strings department in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg.

For more informations please visit: https://www.passion4stringteaching.com/



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