The four-stringed violin is a stringed instrument that is played with a bow. The standard tuning for the strings is G, D, A, and E. It is held between the chin and the left collar bone, close to the shoulder. It lacks frets and other fingerboard marks, unlike a guitar. The smallest and highest pitched string instrument frequently employed in western music is the violin. Learn this incredible instrument by enrolling in our music class.
What you will learn
This course is for students looking to start western classical musical or had an introduction to Western Violin.
* Violin and bow holding.
* Basic music theory.
* Intro to Quarter Note, Eighth Note, Half Note, and Whole Note
* Pizzicato and Arco.
* D major, G major, C major.
* Various Time Signatures 4/4, 3/4, 2/4.
* Learning Chords and Harmony.
* Themes and Variations
* Slurs and Ties
* Staccato and Hooked Bows.
* Performance spotlight.
This course is for students who have prior learning experience and self-taught musicians looking to improve their technique, skill level and learn further.
Eligibility / Prerequisites
* Basic Music Theory and sight-reading.
* Continuation of Western Violin Level 1 course.
* Intonation and Dynamics
* Intro to Eighth Note rests and Dotted Quarter Notes
* A major scale, F major scale, Bb major scale
* Sixteenth Notes
* Accents and Syncopation.
* Time Signatures 6/8.
* Practice on Minor Scales - D minor and G minor.
* Mixed meter exercises.
* Triplets and cut time signature 2/2.
* Natural Harmonics and Double Stops.
* Finger patterns, Scales and Arpeggios.
Intermediate techniques and skills