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Introduction to Piano and Music: Music Moves Book A for Young Beginners
Once per week
over 8 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Week 1 and Week 2: Starting with the very basics of violin care, we'll move on to posture and bowing for sound quality on each string and finally finger placement for intonation. No previous knowledge is required. An instrument is require, as well as the free download from the "Strings Fun and Easy" website. Students will learn short patterns and rhymes to remember the proper violin posture. Then, they will jump right into music-making with the "Rocket Ship" and "The Duck Song". The...
The goal of this class is to bring you from novice violinist to a tune-playing beginner. This involves 1) caring for the instrument, 2) proper playing position and posture, 3) making music with open strings along with recordings and each other, and 4) making music with open strings, fingered notes and rhythm patterns along with recordings and each other.
At the age of three I saw and heard Yitzchak Perlman play violin on "Sesame Street" and asked to learn to play. My training is in Suzuki violin, which requires intensive parent involvement. As an adult, I have played in amateur orchestras as well as playing gigs for contra and square dances. I was thrilled to find this accessible resource with a gentle learning curve for my occasional fiddle students - and even more thrilled when they agreed to let me pilot an Outschool class with the Strings Fun and Easy starter kit.
Learners who practice in between our classes will progress faster and more easily.
During each class you will need a tuned violin/fiddle of your size and bow. You will also need the free, downloadable Strings Fun and Easy starter kit and either a music stand or a shelf of some kind to hold up your music. You may be able to borrow a student fiddle for beginners. An easy place to purchase is Sharmusic.com. Most important is alignment, and that the tuning pegs, as well as the bow, tighten and loosen easily. Fiddles under $100 are rarely worth it. With a case and usable bow and rosin, you will spend between $100 and $200.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Rachel GallThe Falls Village Fiddler
1 completed class
Hello to the Outschool community, I have worked as a public school middle school teacher, informal educator and gig fiddler. I love building a sequence of lessons leading to those "Aha!" moments! I started on violin at age three with the...