No. 28, January/February 1992
Stringletter

No. 28, January/February 1992

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IN PRINT
Alan Hovhaness. By David M. Brin.

BASS
Rufus Reid. Tasting Each Note. By Julie Lyonn Lieberman.

CELLO
Charles Koechlin's Cello Sonata. An Introduction. By Thomas Stauffer.

VIOLA
The Viola fom Monteverdi to Mozart. A Discussion of the Instrument and Performance Techniques. By David Miller.

VIOLIN
New Cadenzas for the Beethoven Violin Concerto. Adding to a Rich Legacy of Cadenzas. By Evan Johnson.

FIDDLE
Buddy MacMaster. Master Fiddler from Cape Breton. By Jody Stecher.

IMPROVISATIONS
Improv 101. Introduction to Playing Without Written Music. By Miriam Rabson.

TEACHERS & STUDENTS
Max Rostal. In Loving Memory. By Edith Eisler.

ALL BOWED INSTRUMENTS
Edgar Meyer. The Bassist and Composer Talks About His Musical World. By David Balakrishnan.

Returning to Play After Injury. 'Work Hardening' to Avoid Reinjury. By Richard N. Norris.

Unity in Diversity. Orchestras, Conductors, Soloists, and Choruses. By Edith Eisler.

SUMMER STUDY GUIDE
Restoration Workshop at Oberlin. 'Bother Us.' By Rodger A. Stearns.

Bows and Arrows. Archery and Music at Kibbutz Eilon, Israel. By George Medovoy.

The Johannesen School. High Calibre Training for the Aspiring Professional. By Joel Murach.


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