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Essential Elements for Strings - Book 1 with EEi: Viola Paperback – 1 July 2002
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- Publisher : Hal Leonard; 2012th edition (1 July 2002)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 48 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0634038184
- ISBN-13 : 978-0634038181
- Dimensions : 29.72 x 21.84 x 0.76 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 68,082 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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When I decided to take up viola, I looked for Essential Elements. They don't do CDs anymore but online sites. BUT, I encountered something that initially was discouraging. This company assumes most of its users are enrolled in classes. I guess it is primarily used by music teachers. Though I had a student activation code, I needed a teacher to register me on the site first. The problem is, I am self-study...so initially it looked like I wouldn't have access to the web site. I did find another web address in the back of the book that had the lessons for the book but lacked some of the bells and whistles of their main site. The main site has the ability to record and has other helpful features. Their secondary site is just a library.
However, I contacted the company, and they set up an account for me--so now I have access to the main site. If you are self-study like me, you will have to contact them--but they are very nice about it. If you are under thirteen, your parents will need to do it. Otherwise, they just need to know what instrument you are playing and that you are over thirteen years of age.