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In schools using the Suzuki Method it is usual to perform music taken from the children's repertoire books. The main problem with this is that, being violinists usually many more than their cellist fellows, these last ones have to add to their normal weekly practice also the study of the accompaniments of the pieces for violin. This can drain a lot of time from the cello teacher's weekly lesson's already limited time.
This edition aims to solve this problem by providing already made parts for accompanying all of the pieces presented in the Suzuki Violin School - Volume 2, ready to use with fingerings, bowings and other editorial marks.
Printing the whole score in recto-verso will give you a ready to play book with page turns already set up. The solo violin part is not shown in this publication. The teacher or the orchestra wishing to perform this is required to own a legal copy of the Suzuki Violin School - Volume 2
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
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