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Frank M
Hello Beth:

On Lessons 41 & 42 (Guided Practice: Skips)you have some great excercises, which as you mention are also good as warm-ups.

Is there a possibility that you might create the notation for these as PDFs? Not that they are difficult. But it would be nice to have them available in notation to be able to put into our notebooks, to help jog our memories.

I actually have a copy of Finale PrintMusic, and if I ever have some time on my hands, I may just do it myself and send them to you.

Best wishes,

Frank

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Posted: May 17, 2011

jordan simanjuntak
Hi Beth, we really need to learn song from suzuki book on line. In vietnam, we couldnt find any certified teacher for suzuki method. For your information, the latest song of my son is gavotte from mignon. Thank you

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Posted: July 9, 2011

Violistbeginnernick
Hey beth was thinking if u were thinking about starting a live like chat option on ur website would be awesome, soo users can txt each other and get too know each other would be great ! and bring alot more musicians on board :) and if u need administrators I will volunteer!

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Posted: July 10, 2011

Violistbeginnernick
How am i doing?! :)
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Posted: July 3, 2011

elizabeth
Anne, that was marvelous. You gave an inspiring performance. The tunes are lively and you played them beautifully. How long have you been playing the violin? I have a long way to go before I will be up to your speed. Congratulations.

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Posted: July 7, 2011

KarenJ
Dr. Aurelien Petillot: Relating Everyday Gestures to Violin Technique not seeing this video. Is it just me?

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Posted: July 6, 2011

Donavon
Hi Beth, i've been lookin all over the video library and i couldn't find the live webcast about "what to look for when buying a violin." if its in the the video library where is it?

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Posted: July 5, 2011

KarenJ
HI, I was wondering what happens in a real lesson. i took a few lessons from a local college student, but i don't think she pushed me at all. she teaches mostly little kids so maybe she didn't know what to do with me. No etudes to study, concertos to learn, no plan for the week, not any kind of syllabus. I just played what i wanted, she sugested something minor and said "Good job". I want to find a teacher that gives me the same "torture" that others speak of. How does the Suzuki lesson go? Does the teacher play and then the student mimicks? Is it only one song at a time? how do they learn to read music? I'm just really frustrated because i don't know what to do to help myself. what is the progression?
I have suzuki book 1 and 2 and essential elements 1 and 2. (only just starting the second books) i don't know if i really qualify to be finished with book one. I'm just ready for something new.

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Posted: July 1, 2011

Guillaume Maronne
Hello Beth, I was just wondering if there was a way to search for a particular subject in the Commmunity page? This way I won't have to ask for something you already answered in the previous pages... Not that I don't want to browse a few pages back, but more than 600 is going to take some time :) Thanks anyway for the great videos and friendly user website. I just joined and it's been very helpful! Guillaume

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Posted: April 22, 2011

Ray
Hi Beth, I've tried to find this answer on the web, but to no avail. I'm reading a musical score and above many of the notes are either a single number (2,3,4) or those same numbers along with a zero which is placed between the 2/3/4 and the note. Do these indicate 2nd third forth positions? And if so, what does the zero represent? Thanks, Ray

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Posted: July 4, 2011

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