Wohlfahrt Etudes Book I and II, Kayser Etudes Op. 43, Don’t Etudes Op. 38, Sevcik Op. 1, Book 1, Scale Studies such as Hrimaly or Schradieck. Solo literature: Baroque sonatas such as Corelli, Marcello, Vivaldi or movements from Bach Cello Suites.
Vivaldi Sonatas, Bach Gamba Sonatas, Telemann Concerto, Flackton Sonata, Milhaud Sonata No. 1.
Handel (Casadesus) Concerto, C.P.E. Bach (Casadesus) Concerto, Bach Cello Suites, Handoshkin Concerto, Vaughan-Williams Suites (movements).
Reger Unaccompanied Suites, Stamitz Concerto, Hoffmeister Concerto, Juon Sonata, Schumann Marchenbilder, Bloch Suite Hebraique, Schubert Arpeffione Sonata, Berlioz Harold in Italy.
Brahms Sonatas Op. 120 No. 1 and 2, Hindemith Sonata Op. 11, No. 4, Bloch Meditation and Processional, Walton Concerto, Bartok Concerto, Weber Andante and Rondo Ongarese.
Equally important for the undergraduate years is the mastery of study material. It cannot be categorized by level since technical development is such an individual matter. Study material will be chosen from: Don’t Opus 37, Schradieck Books 1,2, and 3, Fiorillo, Kreutzer, Rode, Fuchs, Campagnoli, Gavinies, Dounis. Scale material will include Flesch or Lifschey and Galamian Scale Studies. Upon graduation the student will be expected to know thoroughly all Kreutzer Etudes, selected Rode Caprices, and all major and minor scales and arpeggios in three octaves at brisk speed.