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Review of a DVD by Simon Fischer

Review of The Secrets of Tone Production by Simon Fischer (Edition Peters) If you have the...
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The Violin and Mindfulness

Common Ground between the Violin, Alexander Technique and Mindfulness It may seem over...
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Nature Or Nurture? A Look At The Suzuki Method

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    I have been teaching the violin and viola for over twenty six years, having taken pupils from beginner through to diploma standard, membership of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, entrance to music college and university.
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  • Practice Method Series: Tone Production

    Jill Valentine Classical Violin Teacher (South East London) Picture Arguably the most important aspect of playing any instrument, tone production may also be the aspect most easily overlooked. It is tempting to think of the most difficulty lies in the notes on the page, pitches, rhythms and playing the right thing at the right time at the right speed. However,...
  • Music Is Fun

    Marie De Bry Classical Violin Teacher (North West London) Picture "If you play a piece of music to a person, they will be happy for a few minutes. I you teach the same person how to play an instrument, they will be happy for the rest of their life." This is a quote I strongly believe in. Music is very important in life. It creates a way to express yourself...
  • Why Learn To Play The Violin?

    Adriana Cristea Classical Violin Teacher (Harrow) Picture Apart of the benefits of learning a musical instrument that can be found here http://www.effectivemusicteaching.com/articles/directors/18-benefits-of-playing-a-musical-instrument/ , I will share with you some of my experiences as a classical violinist. Learning an instrument is fun Looking...

 

  • 3 Quick Exercises To Improve Your Violin Sound

    Matt Johnstone Classical Violin Teacher (South West London) Picture Each of these short exercises will help to free up your sound and improve bow control. They are great warm-ups to use at the start of a practice session. 1. Slow Bows Put a metronome on 60 beats per minute. Choose a string and play one down bow and one up bow using your entire bow (make sure...
  • The Benefits Of Learning A Musical Instrument

    Mathew Lee Classical Violin Teacher (Peterborough) Picture The benefits of learning a musical instrument are far reaching. From the very first stages in good teaching a new sense of independence and growth in self confidence can be encouraged. The ability to form a relationship with a new person, in the form of the music teacher/music student model is...
  • Mindfulness And Violin Practice

    Jayne Stark Classical Violin Teacher (Bristol) Picture Mindfulness and practice. Practice smarter, not necessarily longer. First, let's talk a little bit about mindfulness. Being mindful has become increasingly popular as a form of meditation to help relieve stress and anxiety. Over time it can lead to long-term changes in our moods, higher levels...