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40 Variations Op. 3 composed by Ottakar Sevcik (1852-1934). For Violin. Music Sales America. 20th Century. Softcover. 30 pages. Bosworth & Co. #BOE005056. Published by Bosworth & Co. (HL.14029831).
ISBN 0711998396. 20th Century. 9x12 inches.
Otakar Sevick was a Czech musician and violin teacher who wrote many studies, methods and teaching tools. Many of which are still important today. For instance his violin methods are still useful a century later and his studies remain second to none. This volume of 40 studies for right-hand technique includes exercises in string-crossing, arpeggios, triplets, changing bowing styles, staccato playing, legato playing and more.