No. 92, February/March 2001
Stringletter

No. 92, February/March 2001

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It's in the Bag.
A Guide to Violin and Viola Cases. By Heather K. Scott.

David Finckel.
Marathon Man. By Edith Eisler.

Summer Study 2001.
An Educational Odyssey.

NEWS & NOTES

Cape Breton Fiddler Natalie MacMaster. Profile of Canadian fiddler Natalie MacMaster. By Candace Horgan.

Q&A
Starting Cello Young.  Advice about the age to start a child on cello. By Yvonne Caruthers.

Starting Cello Young. Advice about the age to start a child on cello. By Sarah Freiberg.

To Our Readers. Question about cushioning cello pickup mounts.

Background on Seitz. Information on composer Friedrich Seitz. By Jeffrey Solow.

LETTER FROM
Letter from La Jolla. Report from SummerFest La Jolla chamber-music festival. By Robert Moon.

PRACTICAL MUSICIAN
Personal Practice Planning. Tools for organized practice planning. By Tom Heimberg.

IN PRINT
Does It Exist? Where Can I Find It? Sources and References for Cello and Chamber-Music Repertoire; sources and advice for tracking down repertoire. By Jeffrey Solow.

ON RECORD
Old Strings, Good Strings. Outstanding Recent Historical Reissues CD; reviews of recent historical reissues. By Benjamin Ivry.

ON STAGE
San Francisco Days, San Francisco Nights. A sampling of start-of-season concerts in the Bay Area; concert reviews in San Francisco. By Robert Moon.

SHORT TAKES
Bach, Beethoven, and the Budapest Quartet. Recordings CD review: Virgil Muzur, Master of the Romanian Fiddle. By Stacy Phillips.

Bach, Beethoven, and the Budapest Quartet. Recordings CD review: Beethoven Middle Quartets, by the Budapest SQ. By Edith Eisler.

Bach, Beethoven, and the Budapest Quartet. Books book review: Handbook for Cello Students, by Phyllis Luckman. By Sarah Freiberg.

Bach, Beethoven, and the Budapest Quartet. Sheet Music printed music review: Bach's Six Suites for Solo Cello. By Jeffrey Solow.

AUCTION RESULTS 

Auction results from November instrument sales

ENCORE
Dorothy DeLay Revealed. Review of bio of Dorothy DeLay, Teaching Genius. By Edith Eisler.


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