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Adam Kuliszewski

Hi Beth, I was searching the video library for a pizzicato lesson (spec. how to hold the bow, any tips for changing quickly back to using the bow, and I just attended a performance of Stravinsky's Sym. in 3 mvmt's. - pizz. while maintaining a normal bow grip). Did I miss it in the library?

Adam


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Posted: January 30, 2012

jack
Hi Beth!

I was trying to work on this piece last night and was very grateful to have this tutorial. I had no idea that those first A and D harmonic notes were supposed to be played in 3rd position. I find these Superstudies exercises to be fun and interesting to play, but without guidance I think that I wouldn't be able to play them. So again, thanks for these video tutorials and I look forward to the next ones now that I can actually understand them and play them as intended.

Cheers!

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Posted: February 1, 2012

elizabeth
Hi Beth, A few weeks ago I purchased a BonMusica shoulder rest through VL Resources, and I like it much better than the shoulder rest that I was using. I made a few slight modifications to it, but now that I have seen your video I will be more courageous in shaping it to fit even better. In one of your videos you gave a link to videos of Yehudi Menuhin teaching a small group of children. He did not use a shoulder rest. Question: Isn't it harmful not to use a shoulder rest because of the possibility of wearing the lacquer off of the violin?

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Posted: January 26, 2012


Beth, My "Rhythm-A-Day" book arrived today and I was looking forward to viewing your videos and playing along with the rhythm. However, Rhythm A Day videos 1, 2 and 3 are missing. I noticed that you referenced the audio files, but they do not seem to be working. Please advise. Thank you.

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Posted: January 31, 2012

Ian Renshaw
Hello everyone,
I've been away from the site for a while - it's been a busy time recently with the pub and with a father in hospital (soon to be set free, fully recovered we hope!)
However, the violin has not been neglected and I'm working each day towards my ABRSM Grade 6 exam. I may even upload a video or two soon - once I can play at least one of the pieces all the way through...
Thanks, Beth for putting the info about the summer's workshop online; I fully intend to come along (I'm going to check flights in the next day or two). I see Tod Ehle is going to be there too - how exciting! He's someone else I follow on YouTube regularly so it'd be great to meet him.
How's everyone getting on out there?
Ian

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Posted: January 29, 2012

Anne aMaudPowellFan
Hi Beth and all,

some time ago Beth asked for musical adjectives. I have just stumbled over a whole page of them at themusicaladjectivesproject.wikispaces.com. Lots of fun to select a few for a piece and try to make them word.


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Posted: January 31, 2012

Ray


I'm trying something new-atleast for me-I'm using 3x5 cards then inorder to learn both different rhythmes and a song, I'm writing down each measure on a card and on the opposite side the measure number.  I then practice the rhythmes and at the same time learning the song.  When I think that I know the song cold, I'll shuffle the cards and try to arrange them in the right order. What do people think?

Ray


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Posted: January 30, 2012

Sean
Hi Beth,

I just thought I would inform you that your Gavotte lessons from the first Suzuki Book (performance and tutorial) seem to be out of order: the performance is before the Happy Farmer lessons, and the tutorial is towards the bottom of the video lessons library.

Sean

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Posted: January 29, 2012

Jennifer Nankey
Your opinions on carbon fiber bows?? Anyone have one or tried one? They seem to be gaining more popularity.

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Posted: January 26, 2012

Michael Logiudice
what is the best way to memorize a piece of music?

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Posted: January 17, 2012

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