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Neil MacKay: A tuneful introduction 3rd position

A tuneful introduction 3rd position. MacKay, Neil
 
Title

A tuneful introduction 3rd position

Composer

Neil MacKay

Instrumentation

Violin

Publisher Stainer & Bell
   
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Mackay's classic work is now re-engraved in a clear, attractive modern typeface.

It was Neil Mackay's intention that violin students, whether studying individually or in class tuition, should improve their musicianship by the enjoyment of melody. In his ever-popular teaching methods, including A Tuneful Introduction to the Second Position, First Year Violin Tutor, and Second Year Violin Tutor, and the Four Modern Dance Tunes, he combined his unique gift for gracious melodies with sensitive editing that leads students to a natural awareness of tempi and expression marks, and of the punctuation of phrasing shown by commas or rests.

Easy piano accompaniments to the 24 pieces in A Tuneful Introduction to the Third Position are also available. Composer Richard Allain, has retained the essential simplicity and beauty of the originals in a fresh and engaging way. His arrangements will be welcomed by all teachers and pupils wishing to extend their use of Mackay's melodies, either as attractive concert repertoire, or as material to enhance the range of music-making within the individual lesson or class.

(ISMN 9790220210709)