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A child wants to save a kingdom from eternal silence. To do so he will find a fantastic ally…
A path, supported by the Teacher’s Guide, to learn and deepen the use of All the Bow using only the empty ropes. Wood animals, knights and kings accompany the student to discover the violin. With pretty illustrations and clear drawings on the correct posture. Fairy tale, exercises, songs and repertoire.

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Giulia Bombonati

Il Violino tra Cielo e Terra

Student’s book


Preface by Peter Appenzeller

Illustrations by Umberta Prat


pages 80

price € 20,00

size cm 23×18, binding

i Musicolibri Series

ISBN 978-88-31274-70-8



  • Student satisfaction in getting a good sound immediately.
  • Original exercises on empty strings.
  • Lyrics and songs for the development of various skills.
  • Gradual path to set the arc technique, tested in years of experience.
  • A method divided into 3 parts and experimented over the years by the author with her students, to train and excite children to the violin from the first approach.
  • Complete with Teacher’s Guide. .


Reader profile

  • beginners from 7 years of age
  • more experienced students, as a compendium
  • violin teachers


Profile of the author, the preface and the illustrator

Giulia Bombonati began playing the violin at the age of 4. After graduating in Viola at the Turin Conservatory, she attended the Stauffer Academy and began her collaboration with Italian and international orchestras and joined various chamber ensembles. She teaches music to children by applying Steiner pedagogy.

Peter Appenzeller, graduated in Piano, is choral director, composer, teacher and trainer. Author of choral songs for children and adults and composer of musical fairy tales, conducts seminars of musical training throughout Europe. He composed and directed the opera Frate Francesco.

Umberta Prat, illustrator, studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome and illustration at the International School of Comics in Turin.

Additional information

Weight 0.180 kg