One Step At A Time is a five-part method of teaching the fundamentals of music on the violin. It is written in a way that is logical, sequential, and easy to understand. The success of this approach is in its simplicity. The writing of this series is the culmination of many years of teaching, and is based on carefully considered pedagogical principles. Book III introduces two new patterns, the ONE-TWO and THREE-FOUR FINGER PATTERNS with easy intermediate tunes and exercises. As with the first two books in this series, the fundamental concepts are introduced on uncluttered pages, without the distraction of letter names or fingerings.
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Jennie Lou Klim received a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a major in violin performance. Following college, she continued her studies at teacher training and ASTA chamber music workshops at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN; University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; Chautauqua, NY; Bolzano, Italy; and Lausanne, Switzerland. As a professional violinist, she has played in the Dayton Philharmonic, Dayton, OH; Tampa Philharmonic, Tampa FL; Johnstown Symphony, Johnstown, PA; Orchestra Nova, Pittsburgh, PA; Westmoreland Symphony, Greensburg, PA; and Brevard Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne, FL. As an author, she has written method books for the private teachers of violin, viola, cello, and bass; unison string method books for the classroom, and numerous etude and solo collections for the beginning violin student. Her former students play professionally as members of symphony orchestras, teaching privately and in the public school systems. She continues an active schedule of teaching, playing, and serving as a consultant or clinician.
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