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Shifting is an important technique in playing an instrument like the violin, cello, or viola. It allows a player to perform more advanced music. There are various books to help with effective shifting such as Introducing the Positions and the Yost System for Violin. In order to perfect a shift, it can be "isolated" to be worked on by the player and then put into a piece so that the shift is inaudible to the listener. This is generally preferable. However, in music of the Romantic period, a ...
Published by hreeves78 67 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +7 votes | 1 comments
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Published by William J. Felchner 76 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +3 votes | 0 comments
Whether you\\\'re studying music and devoting many hours to practising and playing, or a keen amateur with a full time day job, a family and very limited time to practise, it really is essential that you use your available time as productively as possible.
Published by Deryn Cullen 79 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +6 votes | 0 comments
Every cellist loses their motivation to practise from time to time. These questions will help you to understand why and how to get your inspiration back.
Published by Deryn Cullen 79 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +5 votes | 0 comments
Learning to support your cello so that its weight is correctly distributed is crucial to developing good cello technique. Equally important is making sure that your instrument s the correct size.
Published by Deryn Cullen 80 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +5 votes | 0 comments
Without a well-balanced posture when sitting with your cello, you will always experience difficulty with the rest of your cello technique. Trying to find an equally well-balanced posture in everything else that you do will not only help your cello playing, it will help your overall physical well-being.
Published by Deryn Cullen 80 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +6 votes | 0 comments
The cello is a popular instrument for good reason: its beautiful voice is remarkably close to that of our own. If you're thinking of taking it up there are several things you should consider first.
Published by Deryn Cullen 86 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +6 votes | 0 comments
The cello is a popular instrument for good reason: its beautiful voice is remarkably close to that of our own. If you're thinking of taking it up there are several things you should consider first.
Published by Deryn Cullen 86 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +6 votes | 0 comments
The cello is a popular instrument for good reason: its beautiful voice is remarkably close to that of our own. If you're thinking of taking it up there are several things you should consider first.
Published by Deryn Cullen 86 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +8 votes | 1 comments
Tranposing means that notes are shifted up or down to into a certain key.
Published by hreeves78 87 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +1 votes | 0 comments
A short article on how to restring an acoustic violin
Published by hreeves78 87 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +2 votes | 0 comments
A brief article on how to keep your violin in good condition.
Published by hreeves78 87 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +2 votes | 0 comments
A brief article on how to play Panis Angelicus in G major on the violin, based on the violin music in the Sacred Melodies for Violin Solo book by Craig Duncan.
Published by hreeves78 87 months ago in Violin, Cello & Strings | +2 votes | 0 comments