Etudes for playing CHORDS
Hi every body!
please could you help me to find a method for practise the chords?. not only Dont number 1 or Markov. I need to practise in a sistematic way.
There is a systematic study of chords in Dounis Op. 1.
Do scales of multiple stops. Galamian's
Gavinies #24 is a great one. Many of these etudes can be adapted for chord studies. I think they're the best etudes after Kreutzer.
One other source I'll mention: Sevcik Op. 1 Parts 1 and 2 have some very nice chordal etudes. They incorporate chords with scale-like passages. Excellent. Not surprising, when you consider that Sevcik was a student of Dont.
Solo Bach helps to get better at double stops.
Check out Dont Op. 37 - Etude No. 24.
I know you said you wanted to study chords systematically, but I'd like to suggest a bunch of pieces to you that may be beneficial but will not be systematic and therefore not what you asked for.
I agree with basic(s) work before the studies and repertoire. Even scales are already a combination of many different motions.
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