Special Features:

7. NOTE READING IN PERSPECTIVE


In the Shirley Givens Adventures in Violinland Method, while the emphasis is
on violin playing and making music, note reading is assimilated gradually,
aided by special pencil playand games.

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Copyright©1994 by Shirley Givens

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