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Is there an equivalent scale system or collection of exercises for cello? I see editions of Carl Flesch and Galamian scale systems transposed for cello but I get the feeling they won’t be addressing the the cello challenges especially well.
Scale System for Cello
For example double stop scales in thirds on the cello would be dramatically different from violin. Has anyone used varl scale systems for cello? Is it common to use either Galamain or Flesch?
If they are not the standard, who is? I would like to purchase a scale book that covers double stop octaves thirds and sixths as well as dominant, diminished and augmented arpeggios like those books do but I don’t see any on amazon. I can’t tell which are the tried and felsch systems for cello. It’s got scales, arpeggios, and a variety of other exercises. I haven’t tried this well-rated one for double stops: Cello Professor likes it.
Flesch, Carl – Scale System – Viola – arranged by Charlotte Karman – Carl Fischer Edition
Cellk Flesch or Galamian for cello Ask Question. Why would you think double-stop thirds differ? The fingers you use will follow the same as the scale patterns, as the strings are tuned in fifths just like the violin. I might be wrong but I don’t think I can do that on the Cello.
Also from what Xystem can tell the you have to shift much more frequently on cello. CarlWitthoft Yes, systm distance between notes is far greater on cello, and renders thirds fairly difficult. Most harmonized scale exercises for cello use sixths. It’s been awhile since I used technique books, but I remember some from Carl Popper that were good practice.
Guys – IAAC a cellist. My point was that, once you have the scale fingerings down, the thirds mostly use the same fingerings, paired.
So you don’t use the same fingerings as on a violin, but you do port directly from scales. Funny, I ststem had to do this in music school cello performance, Indiana U.
It never came up in pieces, either.
Now, where this was needed, was in thumb position, but there’s no fingering involved in that case. There, you just keep sliding up and down with the same fingers, adjusting open-close depending on whether it’s a major or minor interval.
ETA I haven’t tried this well-rated one for double stops: Carl Witthoft 8, 1 13 I looked at this book before, it seems fine ecale the scales and arpeggios. However the double stop section on page 38 seems incomplete. I guess I might have to play them for a while but it doesn’t seem to cover all keys.
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I don’t know if as I ccarl them it would become obvious how to play them in all keys. I have the Mooney Book book. It is cool be cause the double stops are in context. I’m working through it.
However I’m preparing for an exam that specifically requires me to play scales in double stops. I also want the other benefits of practicing double stop scales. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Vlesch.