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- Ivan Galamian
- Ivan Galamian-Principles of Violin Playing and Teaching-Prentice Hall (1962).pdf
- Ivan Galamian
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Ivan Galamian-Principles of Violin Playing and Teaching-Prentice Hall (1962).pdf
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'Principles of Violin Playing and Teaching'; Prentice-hall, Incorporated, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. By Ivan Galamian, pages. Copyright.
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There are many systems of violin playing, some good, some fair, some bad. The system that I have tried to present in the following pages is the one that I believe to be the most practical, but I do not contend that it is the only right or only possible one. Putting a system into a book, even writing a book like this, is a problematical undertaking because no printed work can ever replace the live teacher-student relationship. The very best that a teacher can give to a student is the individualized, unique approach, which is too personal a thing to be put down on paper anyway. The actual writing of this book has taken many years.
Galamian was born in Tabriz , Iran to an Armenian family. Soon after his birth the family emigrated to Moscow, Russia. Galamian studied violin at the School of the Philharmonic Society with Konstantin Mostras a student of Leopold Auer and graduated in The opera manager at the Bolshoi Theatre rescued Galamian; the manager argued that Galamian was a necessary part of the opera orchestra, and subsequently the government released him.
Но этот голос был частью его. Слышались и другие голоса - незнакомые, ненужные. Он хотел их отключить.
Она попыталась высвободиться. Коммандер не отпускал .