Sassmannshaus Early Start on the Cello Volume 1 - Dalseno String Studio
Sassmannshaus Early Start on the Cello
Sassmannshaus Early Start on the Cello
Sassmannshaus Early Start on the Cello
Sassmannshaus Early Start on the Cello Volume 1 - Dalseno String Studio
Sassmannshaus Early Start on the Cello
Sassmannshaus Early Start on the Cello
Sassmannshaus Early Start on the Cello

Sassmannshaus Early Start on the Cello

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For more than three decades the Sassmannshaus Tradition has been the household name for excellence in beginner string methods in German-speaking countries. More than half a million students have successfully learned to play string instruments using these publications. 
The appearance of the four Violin books in 2008 in a fully adapted English version has been a big success. On the back of this success story Bärenreiter now publishes the four books for Cello in a newly adapted version for today's English speaking children.

What makes this cello method so unique?

The leading German cello method now available in English 
Large print notes and texts as well as many colourful illustrations are ideal for pre-school as well as school children 
Note reading is emphasised from the first lesson, encouraging ensemble playing from the very beginning 
Songs and scales in different positions are easily mastered within the first year of playing to ensure children are not confined to first position playing 
Advanced cello techniques such as varied bow strokes and shifting are introduced in a basic form 
In this first volume, note reading is introduced and accidentals are explained in the easiest possible way. By the end, many English children's songs - using all fingers - have been played and note values from whole to eighth notes have been introduced. Even the easiest exercises are underlaid with text so that melodies can be perceived as a whole. 
For more than three decades the Sassmannshaus Tradition has been the household name for excellence in beginner string methods in German-speaking countries. More than half a million students have successfully learned to play string instruments using these publications.