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Scales are so necessary for growing in your musical training on violin, viola or cello. Unless you have tools to make scales more fun and effective, they can also be deadly boring and even make you feel resentful about playing your instrument. This class will present some tools you can enjoy for the rest of your musical life. Less advanced players will work with a basic one-octave D Major scale. More advanced players can apply the techniques to more keys, additional octaves and faster...
Students will learn to use rhythms and create their own finger patterns to apply to their scale practice. Over time, these techniques will allow them to feel more creative about their practicing and develop more flexibility in their playing.
No homework. Just use what you learn in your own practice.
You, your violin, viola or cello and a piece of paper with pencil in case you want to take any notes. Please make sure your instrument is in tune before the class starts.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Violin, Viola, Composition: Making Your Music Sound Like You
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
17 total reviews
15 completed classes
I'm a professional violist and composer who loves to collaborate. That means I like to share creating and learning with other people. I started a program called Composing Together so I could go into schools and libraries to work with groups of...