Learning Violin - The First Four Steps

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Learning Violin - The First Four Steps

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Struggling to play violin with bad habits is not fun. It is full of constant frustration of trying to keep up while feeling lost.

If your kids are stuck in a rut trying to learn violin, if you are tired of out-of-tune playing and scratchy sound, you've come to the right place.

Learning Violin is an easy-to-follow guide for anyone getting started. It presents four basics of violin playing - violin hold, bow hold, bow motion, and left hand - without complicated musician-speak and confusing technical language.  

Includes simple exercises to practice for each of the four areas. 

If you are a non-musical parent with kids in orchestra, this guide will help you understand what your child is trying to do, and what their teacher never has time to tell them! 

If you are an older student looking for help, this is a good way to do it.

But take heed the following warning:

Practice DOES NOT make perfect. Practice makes PERMANENT!

You need a way to avoid practicing the WRONG things, and focus on the right ones, done in the right way. Learning violin will help you avoid bad habits and replace them with effective methods.

In a few weeks you'll be amazed at the improvement. Don't wait, get on the right path with learning violin today.

 

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For adult beginners and restarters, this is the essential guide to the basics of getting started with violin.

For parents of violin students, understand the four areas your child must practice and master.

Practical exercises and easy step-by-step practice methods included.