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Eileen
The ladies are having a gathering at church tomorrow morning and I've been asked to play a piece of music for them. This will be my first time playing anything in public with no accompaniment. I'm a little nervous but looking forward to the opportunity. They're a friendly enough bunch, I'm sure they won't tar and feather me out of the place...lol. I'll be playing "He Touched Me" by Bill Gaither. It's a simple enough piece in F major, nothing difficult about it at all and I've even incorporated a few accidentals/twittles in the melody here and there. I'm sure it will go fine. I just wanted to share the experience with my friends here a V-lab. After Meditation and some of the other pieces I've been working on.....this one is a pleasure in that I don't have to work so hard to get it right ! LOL

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Posted: August 20, 2010


Dr. Laurie Scott, part 9: Training Vibrato

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Posted: January 19, 2010

jojo
Just to give you some idea of how 'unpleasant' my schubert sonatina in D is right now, it's very 'wobbly' I will always do something wrong, either intonation or bowing or shaking or no vibrato, I still cannot play it well throughout :( oh well, let's keep going and hopefully look back at it one day and laugh LOL (it's rather sad right now LOL)
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Posted: August 19, 2010


Dan Kobialka: part 3: Spiccato

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Posted: April 22, 2010


Learning Spiccato, part 2

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Posted: August 3, 2010

Luis
trying again...
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Posted: July 11, 2010

Eileen
Question to Diane, Hi Diane, in a vid I had posted earlier of that fiddle tune, you had suggested plucking a string with the fingers (finger pushups ?) 10 times a day. I'm not sure if you meant each finger only 10 times a day or.....all fingers-10 times a day. Thanks ! :-)

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Posted: August 18, 2010

Anne

This recording of Meditation by Fritz Kreisler and Carl Lamson from 1928 is touching me like no other. Unique sound, phrasing and articulation. For me, they work beautifully. What do you think?

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Posted: August 17, 2010


Block Fingering and Intonation, part 1

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Posted: August 18, 2010


Block Fingering and Intonation, part 2

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Posted: August 18, 2010

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