No. 15, November/December 1989
Using Duets for Teaching. By Michael Knapp.
Highlights of the 20th Century Solo Repertoire. Music for cello. By Dimitry Markevitch.
Caprice for Solo Violin. Music by Eileen Clews. By David M. Brin.
Modern Southern Fiddling. The Genius of Arthur Smith "Fiddler's Dream" and "Sugar Tree Stomp." Transcribed by Jim Wood.
TEACHERS & STUDENTS
Should Music Publishers Set a New Standard? By David A. Lusterman.
ALL BOWED INSTRUMENTS
The Viennese String Sound. A Talk with Willi Boskovsky. By Michael Freyhan.
New Instruments. How to Look for and Evaluate the Work of Today's Violin Makers. By Wendy Moes.
Overuse Injuries. How String Players Can Recognize, Prevent, and Treat Them. By Richard Norris, M.D.
You Are Your Instrument. Muscular Challenges in Practice and Performance. By Julie Lyonn Lieberman.
The Misuse of Overuse. By Joan Dickson.
Bold Strokes. On the New York Concert Stage, Showmanship Often Prevails. By Edith Eisler.