The cello path, a study guide for all .
What is it about ? An umpteenth method arriving in a well-stocked market? From a book about the history of a musical instrument?
Rather, we have sought to formulate some reflections of interest to all those who are concerned, from near or far, by the study of the cello: students, teachers, or simple cellists, if we can afford this neologism.
Many references will serve to guide the reader through the jungle of methods and scores.
Explanations that are meant to be clear will help to understand the principles of a physics-based game technique designed to free the instrumentalist's body from unnecessary tension or strain.
Finally, a repertoire approach modulated according to the great eras of the history of music.
If, by flipping through this book, the reader feels the need to stop on a chapter answering a question, our goal will be reached!
Annie ZAKINE-COCHET and Philippe MULLER