LoveReading

Becoming a member of the LoveReading community is free.

No catches, no fine print just unadulterated book loving, with your favourite books saved to your own digital bookshelf.

New members get entered into our monthly draw to win £100 to spend in your local bookshop Plus lots lots more…

Find out more

String instruments

See below for a selection of the latest books from String instruments category. Presented with a red border are the String instruments books that have been lovingly read and reviewed by the experts at Lovereading. With expert reading recommendations made by people with a passion for books and some unique features Lovereading will help you find great String instruments books and those from many more genres to read that will keep you inspired and entertained. And it's all free!

Easy Progressive Studies, Set II for Viola

Easy Progressive Studies, Set II for Viola

Author: Herbert Kinsey Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

These books of studies provide invaluable practice material for the building of technique. They offer useful note-reading practice within the positions indicated, and the second set also examines various bowing techniques.

New Pieces for Viola, Book I (Grades 2-3)

New Pieces for Viola, Book I (Grades 2-3)

Author: ABRSM Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

The characterful and attractive pieces in these books were written upon specific request to provide useful core material for the ABRSM Viola syllabus. The pieces gradually introduce new technical accomplishments, and a variety of rhythms, styles and moods help to create solid repertoire building material.

New Pieces for Viola, Book II (Grades 4-5)

New Pieces for Viola, Book II (Grades 4-5)

Author: ABRSM Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

The characterful and attractive pieces in these books were written upon specific request to provide useful core material for the ABRSM Viola syllabus. The pieces gradually introduce new technical accomplishments, and a variety of rhythms, styles and moods help to create solid repertoire building material.

Elementary Progressive Studies, Set III for Violin

Elementary Progressive Studies, Set III for Violin

Author: Herbert Kinsey Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

These books of studies provide invaluable practice material for the building of technique. The three sets of Elementary Progressive Studies , each of which contain 24 studies, comprehensively explore violin playing in the various positions indicated and a note at the head of each study shows further the technical skill to be developed. All of the books contain a good variety of finger technique, keys and bow strokes, and helpful fingerings and bowings are given.

The Well-Tuned Fiddle, Book II (Grades 4-5)

The Well-Tuned Fiddle, Book II (Grades 4-5)

Author: ABRSM Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

These books contain characterful and approachable original compositions for violin and piano. Within each is a contrast of styles and moods, indicated by the descriptive titles, and imaginative and adventurous players will find plenty to test their technical and interpretational abilities.

The Contemporary Cellist, Book II (Grades 4-5)

The Contemporary Cellist, Book II (Grades 4-5)

Author: ABRSM Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

These two books contain characterful and approachable compositions for cello and piano. Each presents pieces in a variety of styles and moods, indicated by the descriptive titles, and players of an imaginative and adventurous disposition will find much to test their technical and interpretational skills.

Three Movements from Solo Cello Suites Three Movements from Solo Cello Suites Arranged for Bassoon (unaccompanied)

Three Movements from Solo Cello Suites Three Movements from Solo Cello Suites Arranged for Bassoon (unaccompanied)

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

A selection of three movements from J. S. Bach's six suites for solo cello, arranged for unaccompanied bassoon. Martin Gatt's straightforward arrangements, which include some suggestions for dynamics and phrasing, will provide useful recital and study repertoire for students.

A Sketchbook for Cello

A Sketchbook for Cello

Author: Michael Rose Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

Eight delightdul pieces in a variety of styles for the young cellist. The tuneful cello part is effective when played alone and combines with a straightforward piano accompaniment to make an attractive and characterful suite of pieces.

The Well-Tuned Fiddle, Book I (Grades 1-3)

The Well-Tuned Fiddle, Book I (Grades 1-3)

Author: ABRSM Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

These books contain characterful and approachable original compositions for violin and piano. Within each is a contrast of styles and moods, indicated by the descriptive titles, and imaginative and adventurous players will find plenty to test their technical and interpretational abilities.

Thirty Studies of Moderate Difficulty

Thirty Studies of Moderate Difficulty

Author: Rowsby Woof Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

This book of progressive studies has been transcribed for viola by Margaret Banwell from the violin originals. It offers material of gradually increasing difficulty and musical complexity in the first, second, third, fourth and fifth positions.

Six unaccompanied pieces

Six unaccompanied pieces

Author: Johann Sebastian Bach Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

An attractive selection of well-known compositions by Bach arranged for solo double bass.

Starters for Viola

Starters for Viola

Author: Lionel Salter Format: Sheet music Release Date: 29/06/1989

This album of simple yet tuneful pieces is ideally suited to young viola-players. There is an attractive selection of classical pieces, ranging from Handel to Tchaikovsky and all expertly arranged by Lionel Salter, and some original works. The variety of keys, rhythms and speeds will provide excellent practice for beginners.