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The Essential Violin Exercises for Smooth Shifting

April 28, 2022
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In this article, I’m sharing with you essential violin shifting exercises that will help you learn and master the shifting technique. Here you can download a free booklet with shifting exercises and below, you will find a detailed explanation of each exercise: FREE Shifting Exercises Improve Your Shifting Technique DOWNLOAD PDF If you’re new to [...]

10 Renowned Classical Period Composers

March 30, 2022
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Are you curious to learn who are the most famous Classical period composers? Read on to find out! The Classical era is the most well-known music period, giving us the works of some of the most famous composers. A large part of the pieces that you play in music academies today was composed during that [...]

Violin Vs Cello: Which Is Right for You?

February 6, 2022
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The violin and cello are two instruments of the same family and have many similarities. However, they do have a lot of differences too. Whether you’re just curious about how similar or different they are, or you are wondering which instrument would be better for you to start learning (or your child), in this article [...]

The Best Unaccompanied Violin Solos for All Skill Levels

February 4, 2022
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The violin is a beautiful melodic instrument, and there's a wide array of unaccompanied violin solos that show off the versatility of our gorgeous instrument. Unaccompanied means there's only one musician playing, with no other background musicians. Unaccompanied violin music is usually very difficult because one violinist needs to provide all the elements the audience [...]