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Méthode raisonnée Pour apprendre à Jouer du Violon. [Subtitle]: Traduite de l'Allemand en Français par Valentin Roeser. On trouvera à la fin de cette Méthode XII Petits Duo et un Caprice faciles et a la portée des commançants.
Boyer. Le Menu [ca 1783], Paris - Rare. Cortot p. 141. Hirsch I 424. RISM p. 602. "The Violinschule of 1756. revised by the author for second and third editions published in 1769–70 and 1787 respectively, was widely recognized as the most important violin tutor of its time. A Dutch translation appeared in 1766, and a French edition, by Valentin Roeser, apparently not authorized, in 1770. In essence, the Violinschule draws on the Italian method and Tartini in particular, although the historical chapters show Mozart’s acquaintance with a broad range of music theory, from Glarean on. The work. represents the source closest to Mozart and is the most valuable guide to the musical and aesthetic education of the younger composer." Cliff Eisen et al in Grove onlineRoeser (ca. 1735-1782) was a composer and clarinetist active in Paris in the second half of the 18th century. Folio. Early green paper boards with manuscript label to spine. 1f. (title), 89, [ii] (blank), 2-3 (Table du rapport des Notes entr'elles relativement a leurs valeurs"), [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. With early signatures ("Karpoff" and the publisher, "Boyer") to title. Includes 12 duos for two violins and a caprice for viol solo (pp. 72-89). Binding worn, bumped and somewhat stained. Some browning and minor offsetting; small binder's holes to inner blank margins. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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