Is there a book that exists that comprises difficult passages of the major concerti complete with bowing and rhythm variations as well as alternate performance fingerings and bowings?
It would be especially nice if the rhythm and bowing 'exercises' were all written out (at least 5 different ways), thus avoiding the "rhythmic visualization" (not that there's anything wrong with that). It would, however, make it a little easier practice if were all written out.
I know something has been discussed about it on v.com in the past. Just wondering if something like that actually exists.
Maybe some of us here on v.com could put something like that together? It would go much faster if we were each "assigned" a concerto, or a concerto movement.
Or does it already exist? (that would be nice)
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