Violin Tutorial Lesson Advanced - Adagio Albinoni

Level: Advanced

Skills: Trills, 3rd Position, 4th Position, 5th Position, 7th Position, Legato, Uneven Slurs, Double Stops, Legato, Dynamics, Triplets

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How to play Adagio in G Minor – Albinoni

Adagio in G Minor from Albinoni – Sheet music [PDF]

How to play Adagio in G Minor – Albinoni

Adagio in G Minor from Albinoni – Sheet music with easy tabs [PDF]

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Thank you for sharing this!

Glad to hear you enjoyed it Abhimanyu, good luck practicing. 😄🎻

Thank you for sharing and I will definitely practice this piece, P.S. I really enjoy the online, group musical sessions last month, it was really fun.

Hi Scott, I am glad to hear you have joined one of the online workshops! Which one did you join? We organize live workshops every weekend in Julia’s Violin Academy. Thanks for joining the workshop. 🙏

Thank you for sharing this

Glad to hear you enjoyed it, happy practicing! 🎻🙌

You are amazing ♥️♥️

You too! 🎻✨


Thank you Gertrude!

Hi Julia I think your technique is fantastic and always spot on the notes .
For some one who is trying. to get to grips with 3rd and 5th positions
after not playing for 70 years I appreciate how good you are.however
there is a lot of beautiful music out there which I would prefer to hear and learn to play than this piece.
Many thanks GG

Hi Geoffrey, that is a very kind thing to say. I can imagine that when starting again after 70 years, another piece would be more fun to get started with. Thanks again for your kind words.

What a beautiful voice ! !
Thank you Julia

Thank you 🙂 Good luck practicing!

Thank you, this is a very helpful tutorial!

Thank you, Johana 🙂 happy practicing!

I love this piece! It has been a favourite of mine for years. While most of it is beyond my current ability, there are parts I could play and this tutorial has inspired me to start! Thanks Julia!

Ohh exciting, good luck starting out! You might want to practice advanced 3-octave scales to warm up and prepare for this piece. That would complement your practice!
Here is a post where I share the 5 most common 3-octave scales (also in order in which I recommend to learn them).

Thanks a lot for adagio. The sheet music is really clear and thé vidéo really help full.