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Emily Tarantino added it Mar 17, He pushed the boundaries forward and his work helped succeeding generations of bassists to push them even further, until when standards of playing and teaching have never been better.
Sections of this page. Cover Photos photos. Paperback88 pages. Although nowadays often regarded as old-fashioned and stuffy, Simandl’s teaching music is still good useful basic technique and can be the foundation for a long and successful career. Simandl’s Notturno is charming and elegant, doesn’t set out to break any boundaries, and is all the more successful for this.
The final G major arpeggio ascends from the lowest G to a sustained harmonic G three octaves higher. Of the 14 original works by Simandl, his simxndl Op.
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First published in Book 7, an all-Simandl volume, the one movement work is in ternary form and offers musical and technical challenges in equal measure. The Prague School of Double Bass dates back to the early years of the 19th-century and its influence has reached to every corner of the globe. Franz Simandl August 1, — December 15, was a double-bassist and pedagogue most remembered for his book New Method for the Double Bass, known as the Simandl book, which is to this day used as a standard study of double bass technique and hand positions.
Good and honest music from a good and honest musician. John Kessler marked it as to-read Sep 10, The second volume of the method looks at the use of thumb position using the thumb, first, second and third fingers, to play solo, high register work and again dividing the fingerboard up into a concept of positions. Spencer added it Dec 25, When he left there in July he had not only a graduation certificate signed by Professor Josef Hrabebut also examination results for military Kapelle playing.
To ask other readers questions about New Method for the Double Bassplease sign up. The application of contemporary bass pedagogy concepts to beginning string class instruction, in American String Teacher Magazine Micah rated it liked it Nov 15, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
New Method for the Double Bass by F. Things have moved on so quickly in the 20th and 21st centuries and much that has gone before can be overlooked and forgotten, but we should remember that Frantisek Simandl was a pioneer of his time. Suelbi Silva marked it as to-read Nov 04, He was regarded t a brilliant orchestral player and a much admired soloist and chamber musician in Vienna, and was one of the finest double bassists of his generation, also responsible for simahdl whole generation of bassists who exported his style of playing and teaching to almost every corner of the world.
As zimandl player, Simandl was renowned for his outstanding technique, using a new approach to the thumb position, and producing a sound which was both powerful and lyrical. His approach uses the first, second, ismandl fourth fingers of the left hand the third and fourth operating together as one digit for stopping the strings in the lower register of the instrument and divides the fingerboard into various positions.
Open Preview See a Problem? Specialists who have had the chance to hear both virtuosi in the same pieces give the edge to Simandl for strength and quality of tone as well as for his superb technique.
47) F. Simandl – Notturno Op.35 for double bass & piano
A repeated triplet chordal figure from the piano gradually takes the double bass into its lowest register before it begins an upward moving G major scale, with chromatic additions, building to a strong and powerful climax before an arpeggio figure descends to the lowest string. Want to Read saving…. Timeline Photos 1 photo. David Heyes [1 January ]. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Ideal college or university repertoire wimandl a contrast to the virtuosity and fireworks of Bottesini, Gliere, Misek and Hindemith.
The Simandl “family tree” of bass pedagogues extends for many generations. Method book with fingerings and bowings.
Edgar Luna Gomez is currently reading it Feb 19, I don’t think so, but then not everyone can be a Mozart!