The six-volume edition of ‚Systematische Violintechnik‘ [Systematic Violin Technique] covers all aspects of violin playing, thus providing the comprehensive groundwork for learning, teaching and performing musicians. The volumes contain a wealth of suggestions of how to edit technically demanding passages in musical masterpieces in a reasonable and perfect way. The simple idea to base the violin technique on the combination of changes of bowing, strings, fingers and position is developed systematically and, like a ‚medicine cabinet for violinists‘, provides a collection of exercises that can be used purposefully. At the same time, ‚Systematische Violintechnik‘ provides a complete and indispensable overview of all technical elements and their connections. An elaborate and field-tested practising material by Prof. Helmut Zehetmair (Mozarteum Salzburg) and Prof. Benjamin Bergmann (Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz).
Vol. 5 covers the coordination of two changes each (of bowing, strings, fingers and position).