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(1) Introduction. Basics of sound production and bow hold.

  • Introduction.
  • Parts of the violin and basics of sound production.
  • Bow hold basics. Position of the right hand thumb.
  • Bow hold continued. Position of the rest of the fingers.
  • Bow hold exercises. Role of each finger.
  • Explanation of the different bow hold traditions.
  • Exercises for the movement of the wrist.
  • Exercises for the movement of the whole arm.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Different posture traditions.
  • Finding the correct body alignment.
  • Position of the shoulders.
  • Placing the violin.
  • Rotation of the left arm, angle of the wrist and placement of the fingers.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Elements of sound production.
  • Adding the violin.
  • First open strings in the middle of the bow.
  • Playing at the lower third and the middle of the bow.
  • Playing with the whole bow with rests.
  • Playing with the whole bow without rests. Portato and legato stroke.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Placing the left hand fingers on the strings.
  • Playing the notes on A string.
  • Note reading tips. Switching between strings with the left arm.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Hot cross buns.
  • Merrily we roll along, part one.
  • Merrily we roll along, part two.
  • Twinkle, twinkle, little star.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Long, long ago.
  • Are you sleeping, Brother John? part one.
  • Are you sleeping, Brother John? part two.
  • Jingle Bells, part one.
  • Jingle Bells, part two.
  • Jingle Bells, part three.
  • Jingle Bells, part four.
  • Jingle Bells, part five.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.

(2) Posture and violin position.

  • Introduction.
  • Parts of the violin and basics of sound production.
  • Bow hold basics. Position of the right hand thumb.
  • Bow hold continued. Position of the rest of the fingers.
  • Bow hold exercises. Role of each finger.
  • Explanation of the different bow hold traditions.
  • Exercises for the movement of the wrist.
  • Exercises for the movement of the whole arm.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Different posture traditions.
  • Finding the correct body alignment.
  • Position of the shoulders.
  • Placing the violin.
  • Rotation of the left arm, angle of the wrist and placement of the fingers.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Elements of sound production.
  • Adding the violin.
  • First open strings in the middle of the bow.
  • Playing at the lower third and the middle of the bow.
  • Playing with the whole bow with rests.
  • Playing with the whole bow without rests. Portato and legato stroke.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Placing the left hand fingers on the strings.
  • Playing the notes on A string.
  • Note reading tips. Switching between strings with the left arm.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Hot cross buns.
  • Merrily we roll along, part one.
  • Merrily we roll along, part two.
  • Twinkle, twinkle, little star.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Long, long ago.
  • Are you sleeping, Brother John? part one.
  • Are you sleeping, Brother John? part two.
  • Jingle Bells, part one.
  • Jingle Bells, part two.
  • Jingle Bells, part three.
  • Jingle Bells, part four.
  • Jingle Bells, part five.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.

(3) First open strings.

  • Introduction.
  • Parts of the violin and basics of sound production.
  • Bow hold basics. Position of the right hand thumb.
  • Bow hold continued. Position of the rest of the fingers.
  • Bow hold exercises. Role of each finger.
  • Explanation of the different bow hold traditions.
  • Exercises for the movement of the wrist.
  • Exercises for the movement of the whole arm.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Different posture traditions.
  • Finding the correct body alignment.
  • Position of the shoulders.
  • Placing the violin.
  • Rotation of the left arm, angle of the wrist and placement of the fingers.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Elements of sound production.
  • Adding the violin.
  • First open strings in the middle of the bow.
  • Playing at the lower third and the middle of the bow.
  • Playing with the whole bow with rests.
  • Playing with the whole bow without rests. Portato and legato stroke.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Placing the left hand fingers on the strings.
  • Playing the notes on A string.
  • Note reading tips. Switching between strings with the left arm.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Hot cross buns.
  • Merrily we roll along, part one.
  • Merrily we roll along, part two.
  • Twinkle, twinkle, little star.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Long, long ago.
  • Are you sleeping, Brother John? part one.
  • Are you sleeping, Brother John? part two.
  • Jingle Bells, part one.
  • Jingle Bells, part two.
  • Jingle Bells, part three.
  • Jingle Bells, part four.
  • Jingle Bells, part five.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.

(4) Using the left hand fingers. Placement and exercises.

  • Introduction.
  • Parts of the violin and basics of sound production.
  • Bow hold basics. Position of the right hand thumb.
  • Bow hold continued. Position of the rest of the fingers.
  • Bow hold exercises. Role of each finger.
  • Explanation of the different bow hold traditions.
  • Exercises for the movement of the wrist.
  • Exercises for the movement of the whole arm.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Different posture traditions.
  • Finding the correct body alignment.
  • Position of the shoulders.
  • Placing the violin.
  • Rotation of the left arm, angle of the wrist and placement of the fingers.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Elements of sound production.
  • Adding the violin.
  • First open strings in the middle of the bow.
  • Playing at the lower third and the middle of the bow.
  • Playing with the whole bow with rests.
  • Playing with the whole bow without rests. Portato and legato stroke.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Placing the left hand fingers on the strings.
  • Playing the notes on A string.
  • Note reading tips. Switching between strings with the left arm.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Hot cross buns.
  • Merrily we roll along, part one.
  • Merrily we roll along, part two.
  • Twinkle, twinkle, little star.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Long, long ago.
  • Are you sleeping, Brother John? part one.
  • Are you sleeping, Brother John? part two.
  • Jingle Bells, part one.
  • Jingle Bells, part two.
  • Jingle Bells, part three.
  • Jingle Bells, part four.
  • Jingle Bells, part five.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.

(5) Songs.

  • Introduction.
  • Parts of the violin and basics of sound production.
  • Bow hold basics. Position of the right hand thumb.
  • Bow hold continued. Position of the rest of the fingers.
  • Bow hold exercises. Role of each finger.
  • Explanation of the different bow hold traditions.
  • Exercises for the movement of the wrist.
  • Exercises for the movement of the whole arm.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Different posture traditions.
  • Finding the correct body alignment.
  • Position of the shoulders.
  • Placing the violin.
  • Rotation of the left arm, angle of the wrist and placement of the fingers.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Elements of sound production.
  • Adding the violin.
  • First open strings in the middle of the bow.
  • Playing at the lower third and the middle of the bow.
  • Playing with the whole bow with rests.
  • Playing with the whole bow without rests. Portato and legato stroke.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Placing the left hand fingers on the strings.
  • Playing the notes on A string.
  • Note reading tips. Switching between strings with the left arm.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Hot cross buns.
  • Merrily we roll along, part one.
  • Merrily we roll along, part two.
  • Twinkle, twinkle, little star.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.
  • Long, long ago.
  • Are you sleeping, Brother John? part one.
  • Are you sleeping, Brother John? part two.
  • Jingle Bells, part one.
  • Jingle Bells, part two.
  • Jingle Bells, part three.
  • Jingle Bells, part four.
  • Jingle Bells, part five.
  • Time to measure your progress. Record yourself teaching what you just learned.

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