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Frozen - Violin Play-Along: Volume 48 [Kindle-Edition mit Audio/Video]

Hal Leonard

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(Violin Play-Along). The Violin Play-Along series will help you play your favorite songs quickly and easily. Just follow the music, listen to the demonstration tracks to hear how the violin should sound, and then play along using the separate backing tracks. This volume features seven songs from the Disney blockbuster film: Do You Want to Build a Snowman? * Fixer Upper * For the First Time in Forever * In Summer * Let It Go * Love Is an Open Door * Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People.


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  • Verlag: Hal Leonard; Auflage: Pap/Psc (1. März 2014)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Absolutely No Problem. 10. Juli 2014
Von Romulus - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
I'm having difficulty sympathizing with other reviewers. This Hal Leonard publication doesn't pull any punches. It doesn't say it's a "kid version" or an "easy version" and there's even a sample of one of the songs in which you can clearly see that it is in Eb major which although not impossible, is a sure warning sign that other sharp and flat stuffed keys are on their way although the passage it shows is in comfortable first position. It delivers what it advertises: 7 selections for the violin and digital accompaniment (like Hal Leonard always does) with the same syncopation from the melodies that every kid and his mother have been belting out since whenever the film came out. It has a nicely authentic quality I craved in the 90's when aside from the occasional great arrangement, it was just dull dumbing down that didn't sound like anything, much less the tune I was trying to play. I just don't understand the low ratings of other users. It's as if it is thought that Hal Leonard intentionally decided to thwart a beginning violinist's chance at playing the signature Frozen tunes. When I first started out on the violin and the Disney/Broadway Musical/Studio Ghibli music I had was too hard, I practiced my butt off until I was able to play it. Having the pieces in the original key means you can play along with the dvd as well which would have been a dream come true when I was a kid. The only thing I was surprised about with this collection was rather than an included CD for demo and play along recordings, there is an online code from which you can download the files. I live in Japan and still there was no problem accessing the files. I'll have to burn my own CD but it is easy enough to transfer to an mp3 player or smartphone as is.
Here's a guide to which piece is in which so no one has any more surprises.

1.Do You Want to Build a Snowman? Eb Major Possible beginner difficulties: Gb on the E string and a high Eb above the staff at the end.

2. For the First Time in Forever F major-F# major-Eb major-G major PBD: The syncopated rhythm in the F major part unless you know the song, of course or have listened to the demo track. The F# part is a bit tricky for those not used to the E# and A#'s. However, the rhythmic part is all in first position (with one fourth finger stretch for the C#. When it reaches the slower main melody, it is in third position and the notes are all pretty reachable, just keep an eye out for the A# and the high D# and you'll be fine. The rest of the piece is pretty basic third position with a Db on the A string to a Gb on the E string at one point.

3.Love is an Open Door D major to E major. PBD: No real problems in the Dmajor part. The E major part is pretty playable up until the "dreaded 6th-7th position" parts which can [gasp!] just taken down an octave if they're that "impossible." It's (above the staff) E F# G# E is easily found as it is a harmonic (it helps that the note before is/can be an open E) with the 2nd finger (6th position) hitting the high G# with the 4th finger. E major is one of the most playable violinist's scales. It's right up there with the other Open String Scales.

4. Reindeer(s) are Better than People G major. Easy as pie save for C/C# above the staff at one point. Short too.

5.Let it Go Ab major PBD: Well, it's in Ab which means, boys and girls that there is a scary Db which, interestingly enough is barely ever used. It starts in comfortable First Position with only the Ab on the D string to worry about. It's not until 3/4's of the page down when it even gets into 3rd Position and the dreaded high Db is nestled close to the C right below it so, no problem. The high Eb C Bb ("Here I stand") melody can easily be taken down an octave if needed. In the second half of the second page, there's a seemingly crazy passage starting in eighth notes and then escalating into sixteenths which scary-looking notes like Cb and Fb. It can rewritten (or rethought, rather) as so:C# F# G# F# B A#G# F# E...B C which then repeats twice in sixteenths. Not so hard now I hope? After that is basically a syncopated scale Gb major which isn't easy but it is slow enough that with enough practice, can be done as it is all in First Position. After that is just a reprisal of the melody and you're set. You've played Let it Go.

6.Fixer Upper A major-C major PBD: It's pretty rhythmic but listening to the demo track a few times or watching the movie should solve that pretty quickly. There's a tricky sixteenth note triplet scale from E on the D string to A# on the E. I would slur it or just stay in third position. Third position in A major isn't much fun so jumping to First position and then doing the last notes of the scale in half position should do it. The Cmajor section consists of you just playing C a lot (above the staff) with occasional high D and a Bb thrown in for good measure.

7. In Summer E major -F major. All in First Position. PBD. Nothing to fear but eighth note triplets.

Have fun playing! Practice makes Perfect.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Way too hard for students! 14. Juli 2014
Von nkre - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is difficult to play. Most of these pieces have four flats or four sharps, difficult to read. Plus, there are many complicated rhythms like syncopations, ties, etc. I am a violin teacher- my students constantly request that I play the hits from Frozen as they sing along. They love it. But it is too hard for them to learn.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen For Advanced Students Only 9. Juli 2014
Von Lauren E. Carr - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I purchased this book in response to many students' requests to play these songs. I knew I would have to simplify much of the syncopation, but I didn't realize I'd have to rewrite most of these in entirety to make them playable! Sadly, that means the
"play-along" track is not useful for my studio. I wish the playing level/description of difficulty was advertised up front so that I could have made a more informed purchasing decision.

Be warned, most of the music goes into 3rd position and some songs even venture into 5th and even 7th position.The songs are all written in the original keys, most of which have multiple sharps/flats and have sections that are challenging for even professional players (i.e. the climax in "Let It Go"). Even my Suzuki Book 4 & 5 students would be discouraged by that.
5.0 von 5 Sternen We have had a lot of fun with this book 12. Juli 2014
Von Carmina - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very playable -- though the rhythms can be challenging.
We have had a lot of fun with this book.
We play these at the end of a practice session, and they are a great incentive to do your "lesson work" first.

Well done!
4.0 von 5 Sternen Four Stars 19. Juli 2014
Von Corry Fitch - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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good - easy to follow - kinda big font - wish it had they lyrics too.
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