Well, I am officially without a teacher for the next 3 months and I am attempting to keep a 2-4 hour per day practice routine throughout the week.
To hold me over, I have my trusty copy of Basics, and my shiny new copy of 'CD Sheet Music: Violin Methods and Studies'.
My problem: I have no idea in what order such etudes should be studied.
At the moment, I'm going back over the Bang violin method and Wohlfahrt, but after that I am completely lost.
In addition, my mother (a rather competent pianist) has offered to accompany me in practicing a sonata or two, but again, where to start?...Actually, I'll save that one for another thread :P
I'm not asking this question because I'm lazy (I am currently searching through the archives as I know allot of suggestions have already been given to others), but I would greatly appreciate some recommendations.
Essentially, I am looking for a chronological list regardless of my current skill level. I can always address specific issues in later threads.
A list of the studies *currently* at my disposal can be found here (but I have no objection to purchasing a few more):
Thanks in advance,
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