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Classical and Jazz fusion for violin and piano

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Benefits of Violin for Children

Nov 26, 2016

Benefits of Violin for Children

There is a mystique that surrounds the violin. It is one of the most well-known stringed instruments. Children often are attracted to how sophisticated it looks to play violin. A child typically becomes fascinated between the ages of 7 to 10, although that age varies a lot.   Physical Benefits of Learning Violin for Children A child learning the violin reaps many benefits from it. Physically, your child gains strength and flexibility in the upper body. Due to developing the skills and muscle memory needed for playing, their arms and...

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My Violin and Viola Teaching Philosophy

Nov 26, 2016

My Violin and Viola Teaching Philosophy

My experience as a violin and viola teacher has developed into passion and personal commitment to fostering positive learning environment for students with various backgrounds, maximizing individual student performance and inspiring student interest in music and art. I found that by approaching students individually I was able to unleash their true musical potential as well as to inspire the search for deeper understanding and appreciation of music they perform. By individual approach I mean working with the specific goals of my student, and...

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J. S. Bach. Sonatas and Partitas for Violin Solo

Nov 26, 2016

J. S. Bach. Sonatas and Partitas for Violin Solo

THE INTERPRETATIONAL ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE AND STYLE: DMA DOCUMENT PROPOSAL Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin (BWV 1001-1006) is one of the major Baroque works. The interest in this piece awoke among professional musicians in the beginning of the nineteenth century when Nicolaus Simrock published the very first printed edition in 1802, in Bonn. Alongside with Mendelssohn who contributed to the popularization of Bach’s choral and instrumental music throughout the nineteenth century, the celebrated violinist Josef Joachim made his own...

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