Overview of Vol. Two
• In Part 1, the child reviews the violin and bow hold, and plays the notes of the Bb Finger Pattern, with rote imitation.
• In Part 2, the child reads each note on the page as a word: open, one, two, three, or four. During this time, there is no playing.
• In Part 3, the child plays the music with the understanding of each note as a number, not a letter name.
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About the Author
After receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in music from Western College, Oxford, OH, J. L. Klim attended numerous ASTA workshops at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN; University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; Chautauqua, NY; Bolzano, Italy; and Lausanne, Switzerland.
As a professional violinist, she played in the Dayton Philharmonic, Dayton, OH; Tampa Philharmonic, Tampa FL; Johnstown Symphony, Johnstown, PA; Orchestra Nova, Pittsburgh, PA; Westmoreland Symphony, Greensburg, PA; and Brevard Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne, FL.
As an educator, she has written numerous method books for violin, viola, cello, and bass; begun string programs in public school systems; directed summer string camps; and conducted workshops with beginning, as well as established strings teachers, in Pennsylvania and Florida.
Her former students play professionally as members of symphony orchestras, and teach both privately and in the public school systems. Jennie Lou Klim continues an active schedule of writing, teaching, playing, and serving as a consultant or clinician.