Demetrius Constantine Dounis

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Greek violinist, violin teacher and mandolin player, born circa 12 July, 1886, died 13 August, 1954. [1]

Life

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Published works for violin or containing violin

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  • Die vollkommene Unabhängigkeit von 3 Fingern (1926?) Bibliographic reference link (external) for: Demetrius Constantine Dounis: Die vollkommene Unabhängigkeit von 3 Fingern (1926?)
  • The Artist's Technique of Violin Playing, Op. 12 (1921) Bibliographic reference link (external) for: Demetrius Constantine Dounis: The artist's technique of violin playing, Op. 12 (1921) [Sheetmusic: The Artist's Technique of Violin Playing, Op. 12 (Dounis, Demetrius Constantine)(Carl Fischer)]
  • The Absolute Independence of the Fingers in Violin Playing on a scientific Basis, Op. 15 (1924) Bibliographic reference link (external) for: Demetrius Constantine Dounis: The Absolute Independence of the Fingers in Violin Playing on a scientific Basis, Op. 15 (1924)
  • Preparatory Studies in Thirds and fingered Octaves on a scientific Basis for Violin, Op. 16 (1924) Bibliographic reference link (external) for: Demetrius Constantine Dounis: Preparatory Studies in Thirds and fingered Octaves on a scientific Basis for Violin, Op. 16 (1924)
  • Fundamental Trill Studies on a scientific Basis for Violin, Op. 18 (1925) Bibliographic reference link (external) for: Demetrius Constantine Dounis: Fundamental Trill Studies on a scientific Basis for Violin, Op. 18 (1925)
  • The Violin Players' Daily Dozen, Twelve fundamental exercises for the left hand and the bow, Op. 20 (1925) Bibliographic reference link (external) for: Demetrius Constantine Dounis: The Violin Players' Daily Dozen, Twelve fundamental exercises for the left hand and the bow, Op. 20 (1925)
  • The Staccato, Studies on a scientific basis for the highest development in staccato-playing on the violin, Op. 21 (1925) Bibliographic reference link (external) for: Demetrius Constantine Dounis: The Staccato, Studies on a scientific basis for the highest development in staccato-playing on the violin, Op. 21 (1925)
  • New Aids to the Technical Development of the Violinist, (a) Independence of the bow from the left hand b) Neglected phase in the study of thirds.), Op. 27 (1935) Bibliographic reference link (external) for: Demetrius Constantine Dounis: New Aids to the Technical Development of the Violinist, (a) Independence of the bow from the left hand b) Neglected phase in the study of thirds.), Op. 27 (1935)
  • Studies of chromatic double-stops for the violin, Op. 29 Bibliographic reference link (external) for: Demetrius Constantine Dounis: Studies of chromatic double-stops for the violin, Op. 29
  • The higher development of thirds and fingered octaves (Twenty four advanced formulas for the violin), Op. 30 Bibliographic reference link (external) for: Demetrius Constantine Dounis: The higher development of thirds and fingered octaves (Twenty four advanced formulas for the violin), Op. 30
  • Chopin Etude, transcribed, fingered and phrased for violin (a. In thirds. b. In tenths.) (1945) Bibliographic reference link (external) for: Demetrius Constantine Dounis: Chopin Etude, Transcribed, fingered and phrased for violin (a. In thirds. b. In tenths.) (1945)

Collected editions

  • The Dounis Collection, Eleven Books of Studies for the Violin (Opp. 12, 15 (Two Books), 16 (Two Books), 18, 20, 21, 27, 29, 30) [Sheetmusic: The Dounis Collection, Eleven Books of Studies for the Violin (Dounis, Demetrius Constantine)(Carl Fischer)]
  • The Dounis Collection, Eleven Books of Studies for the Violin (Opp. 12, 15 (Two Books), 16 (Two Books), 18, 20, 21, 27, 29, 30), spiral bound [Sheetmusic: The Dounis Collection, Eleven Books of Studies for the Violin (Dounis, Demetrius Constantine)(Carl Fischer)(spiral-bound)]

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