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Eileen
Hi Beth, Just wanted to post another pretty melody. I think you'd like this one, it's very similar to "Sad Romance"....lots of slurpy schmultzy shifts and slides. ;-)
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Posted: January 20, 2011


I was going through the "members" list and was thinking.....there are so many people from all over the world here. It would be nice to have a place to chat with all these interesting folk who all share the same interest. Is there any chance something like that might come about anytime in the future ? :-)

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Posted: January 26, 2011

Andreas KLemm
What is the preferred reading for the hygrometer?

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Posted: January 16, 2011


Hi Beth!

Quick question . . . where would I find the pdf and MP3 files that we used to have with the beginner lessons?

I've looked on the Resources page, but I didn't see them anywhere. I know I'm old and can't see small print very well anymore, but I do have my reading glasses on and still I can't seem to find them.    :-)


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Posted: January 26, 2011


New Year's Resolutions- tone production of the open strings, A major 1 octave scale, and (OK,now I've said now I have to do it!)a Twinkle upload.

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Posted: January 26, 2011

Donavon
Hi Beth, in one of your videos you talk about the different types of bowing styles, any chance you can post some videos about how to do these bowing styles?

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Posted: January 23, 2011

jack
Hi Beth!

I just want to say THANK YOU for making the Suzuki Book 1 tutorials. I have been anxiously waiting for them since I first became a member and they are absolutely fantastic.

I am currently further ahead on Book 1, but I have returned to Twinkle and I am following your advice and performing the suggested exercises. Your insight on how to tackle each technique with ease is simply brilliant.

I have already incorporated many of your recommended exercises from the Twinkle tutorial into my daily practice and I look forward to the next Suzuki tutorial installments.

Thank you so much for your guidance. Your tutorials ROCK!


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Posted: January 21, 2011

jack
Wow!

Jessica Matheas videos are loaded with great information. I was in total awe to learn about her practice routine and to hear about her warm-up strategy. Using Kreutzer as a warm-up routine is sure to get one's blood pumping, lol.

I know it will be a while until I can do any Kreutzer Etudes, but she sure has inspired me to get started!

Very nice and inspiring interview and a "must" video for my Favorite video section.    ;-)


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Posted: January 21, 2011

Ray
Beth, I made your bowing jig and was met with unexpected success. Not only did I stretch those outside arm and hand muscles but I was also able to concentrate on finger movements of the right hand. I also discovered that I was afflicted with the dreaded "death grip" syndrome which disappeared when using the bowing jig. I tweaked your jig-in that I cut the bowing tube down to 3 inches inorder to obtain mimic more of the full bow stroke. Thanks for the tip.

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Posted: January 17, 2011

Ray
I just switched from the hard rectangular rosin to the round cake form. Perhaps it is my imagination but I'm sure the strings sound clear. Perhaps because the round rosin is a little softer and therefore it applies more evenly on the horsehair. In the end it does not matter I know what I'll be buying from now on.

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Posted: January 19, 2011

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