The studies, by Ševčík, originally published in 1930.
"Ševčík's pioneering spirit took him in the new direction of writing repertoire-specific exercises. His method of teaching included the writing of short exercises called 'purpose exercises' that addressed a specific technical skill. Ševčík analyzed a concerto, or a virtuoso showpiece, and isolated the inherent technical problems in order to focus on one issue at a time."--Page 4 of cover.
Analytical studies & exercises and piano & violin score are reprints of earlier editions. Critical urtext violin part is a modern edition edited by Shipps.
Includes violin & piano score and violin part for the concerto, bound separately.
Includes editor's introduction in English. Ševčík's exercises include preface and instructions in German, English, French, Spanish, Czech, Polish, Italian, and Russian.
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