The art of bowing on the violin
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|Title||The art of bowing on the violin : calculated for the practice and improvement of juvenile performers|
|Creator||Gehot, Joseph (1756-1795?)|
|Physical Description of Original||9 pages of music; 31 x 40 cm|
Violin--Bowing--Self-instruction--Early works to 1800.
Variations (Violin and double bass)--Early works to 1800.
|Description||Joseph Gehot was a well-known violinist in the 1780s. He published several treatises on playing the violin. This work is a 16-bar aria with 30 variations, each one designed to address a specific bowing problem.|
|General Note (500)||"Aria con variazionti" -- p.2|
|Note (Additional numbers)||Heron Allen number HA792|
|Source||Gehot, Joseph. The art of bowing on the violin : calculated for the practice and improvement of juvenile performers. London: G. Goulding, approximately 1790.|
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|Collection||Mahoney Music Colletion|
|Digital Publisher||University of South Dakota. University Libraries. Archives and Special Collections|
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|Relation-Is Part Of||Mahoney Music Collection|
|Digitization Specifications||Master file format MA01681-MA01694: 8 bit, RGB, 300ppi, 4045 x 3504, uncompressed, image/tif, i2S CopiBook RGB software version 3.2.1, Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 2009 (64 bit), Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows (64 bit).|
|Digitized by||Michael Boring|
|Cataloged By||Kathleen McElhinney|