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Violin – 2. Tips for reading music for violinists

Violin

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Tips for reading music for violinists

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Tips for reading music for violinists

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Primary music
Presented by 
Leigh Middenway

Are you a bit worried reading music? NO WAY! We're going to break down those lines of notes on the page into little bits, so everyone can see the patterns. Come and join me, I'll show you how!

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Violin – 2. Tips for reading music for violinists

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Viewers are advised that the content, views and opinions expresses in the following presentation are those of the authors and do not represent the views and policies of the NSW Department of Education. Viewer discretion is advised. If you are a student and you are viewing this, you have sought prior approval from your parent/caregiver to do so.

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Violin – 1. Let's get those fingers and arms warmed up

Primary music
Presented by 
Leigh Middenway

Don't waste time trying to play with stiff, cold fingers! This video provides some fun exercises, both with and without the violin, so that young players are ready to sound fabulous after only a few minutes.

Duration: 
12:22
Video transcript – 
Violin – 01. Let's get those fingers and arms warmed up
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Viewers are advised that the content, views and opinions expresses in the following presentation are those of the authors and do not represent the views and policies of the NSW Department of Education. Viewer discretion is advised. If you are a student and you are viewing this, you have sought prior approval from your parent/caregiver to do so.
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