I have transcribed first volume of the Dotzauer book (Klingenberg edition) to MuseScore format, both the Student parts and the Teacher parts. You can practice your unison intonation by playing along with the Student line or practice tuning harmony intervals by playing along with the Teacher line.
Now that they are in electronic form they are easy to transpose and modify for any other purpose you may find for them!
(note to iPad users... I'm told that the text below appears as text with no active links when viewed on an iPad. Try another browser and/or another platform)
What to do...
-Download this ZIP file for the MuseScore files. Unpack the ZIP archive to a convenient place on your hard drive. Get a ZIP unpacker if you don't have one.
-Visit this page on IMSLP to get the Dotzauer Volume 1 in PDF format which you can print out. Choose the Klingenberg 1917 Carl Fisher edition at the bottom of the page. (Fun fact: Johannes Klingenberg disappeared without a trace in 1905.)
-Watch this YouTube video to learn how to get MuseScore, how to load and play files in it, how to alter the playback, how to transpose music to other keys, and to understand the minor differences between the original sheet music and my MuseScore transcriptions.
About the Dotzauer file names. My Doztauer file names take this form...
... where pppp is the page number in the book, nnn is the exercise number and (occasionally) ddddd is a brief text description of the exercise such as "C major scale."
Some of the exercise numbers have a letter appended to them. This is to accommodate exercises that do not have an actual number designation in the book.
For example: exercise 27 is a typical student-teacher duet. Immediately below it is an exercise in double-stops. That is obviously not part of the duet but it does not have its own number. To distinguish the two files, the original Nº. 27 is "27a" and the double-stop exercise is "27b"
Another example: Nº. 62 has several different short bowing, fingering and rhythm exercises conglomerated into one lump. For my own practicing convenience I separated them by type into 62a, 62b, 62c
Additional note to iPad/iOS users: CelloRN has contributed some instructions for migrating these files to such a device.
I hope you find these play-alongs useful. If you discover any serious omissions or non-functionality among them, let me know!