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Hello!!
I'm new here, actually that's my first day on the website and I'd like to make a request, a big request, would it be possible to have a tutorial for 2 pieces? They are both from vivaldi, the 4 seasons, Summer Presto and Winter Allegro non molto, I'd love to play them, but I find it hard without some guidance. Thanks very much!!!
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Posted: January 20, 2012


Another version of The Kiss (The Gael). this one by Jenny O'Conner
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Posted: January 21, 2012


Here is the video that I deleted the other day.  I play this piece but not at this level.

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Posted: January 21, 2012


I want to come to this July reunion so bad but I am getting married about 2 weeks after the reunion and I'm assuming I'll be busy doing last-minute preparations.  Are these reunions a yearly thing, or if this is the first one, will they be yearly hereafter? 
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Posted: January 20, 2012

Eileen
I found this "Air on G".  It's in a different key than the music on the member's page but I found it quite fun to try following along and having an entire orchestra to play with is a treat...it's certainly slow enough to be able to do that.


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Posted: January 20, 2012


 I have an acer iconia a500 tablet with androind honeycomb OS on the android market i found a violin tuner called gstrings free i was hopeing that someone might bee able check out this program and tell me if its a good tuner or not being im a beginner and pretty shure im tone deaf lol. thinks

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Posted: January 17, 2012

Eileen


Lol...is this a serious direction on the arranger's part....or is he/she just trying to be funny at the expense of the violists ?   x-)    Beth, have you ever run across a notation like this ?


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Posted: January 14, 2012

Jim Gross
I have finally arrived at Twinkle, Twinkle, and started the various rhythms. Sometimes I think too much! It has occurred to me that I am playing these parts at different tempos. Part of me says I should play the same tempo for all parts, and part of me says just work on getting them correct, timing will come later. To which one should I listen?

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Posted: January 19, 2012

Beth Blackerby
This is an experiment.  I wanted to somehow keep video posts and responses together. They often become quite separated an sent on down the pike.
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Posted: December 7, 2011

KarenJ
just for conversation....I purchase the first two books for the ABRSM exams just to have some sort of progression in my practice.  I was using Suzuki and i'm fine with it, but i wanted something a little different. I really like the ABRSM books because they are simple enough where i don't have to spend months on each one and don't necessarily need someone standing over me to figure it out.   They are longer than the essential elements pieces so i feel like i'm actually playing something.  most of the tunes are very familiar, too,  which helps.
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Posted: January 16, 2012

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