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Beth, you mention in this video that VL has charts that can be downloaded. What charts are you referring to?

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Posted: September 27, 2011


where is the sheet music?

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Posted: October 19, 2011


Hello Beth:

I recently picked up a Samsung Galaxy 7 tablet. I was hoping that I could use it for Violin Lab, among other sites that I frequent.

I discovered that the "Video Lessons Library" is missing all of the frame "sliders" that appear in each box, when I view it on the tablet (which uses Google's "Android" operating system and browser). So even though the tablet can play the video lessons, I can only get at the first 16 of them.

Does your programmer have any plans to add these functionalities for the Android operating system browser? Or does he possibly know of any hidden swipe commands for the Android browser to enable the scrolling of the Lessons?

Thanks!

Frank

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Posted: October 16, 2011

KarenJ

So, Beth, you mentioned you will be starting videos on playing 3rd position.  I am interested in learning Viola.  Since the notes in 3rd position are similar to the first position viola notes, would it be beneficial to learn at the same time?  or should I try to learn one at a time.  I've already started trying to learn 3rd but I wonder if learning viola would confuse me or if doing them at the same time would be easier.  The local symphony I started playing with could use another viola.
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Posted: October 15, 2011

Beth Blackerby
"The Neuroscience of Practicing"


Hi everyone, I read this post on a blog by one of our members (Wendy Chan). She attended a conference, and here is a summary of one of the presentations by Tara Gaertner, an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia (UBC), teaching Neuroanatomy in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy.

Here is Wendy's blog.
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Posted: October 14, 2011


This is a brilliant video. I'm going to watch it over and over. The buffering stuttered briefly three times, but recovered immediately. What I've learned is I've got to find a way to stop the first joint of my thumb making the same motion as my finger joints. It wants to flex whenever a finger joint does and rocks the violin slightly. Thanks for any advice.

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Posted: October 16, 2011


Hi,

This isn't really a beginner question, but I was wondering, what is the number of the position used to play the notes right at the top of the fingerboard? I've seen this done a few times, and I realised I don't have a clue how to do it! the notes are so close together... I'm intrigued!

Richard
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Posted: October 13, 2011


Hi Beth et al:

This is to have fun with the violin and the music.

(I hope I did the link direct and OK this time).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKZITB_r8t0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jc7LyERAKc0&featur

Patricia

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Posted: October 10, 2011


I've been playing the violin for a couple years now, but I see that I still have a LONG way to go. :)  250 is a LOT of lessons...I don't know where to start.  Is there any recommended order or some sort of lesson schedule?  Thanks again Beth for this WONDERFULL program...
P.S. You sound SO beautiful on the violin :-)
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Posted: October 10, 2011



Woo Hoo! The Fingerboard Workshop was fun!

If you missed it you should be able to view it here soon. Beth and I will work on it and give you the details.

Smiles! Diane

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Posted: October 8, 2011

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