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Learn to read music preparing violin? Vibrato: Vibrato is an expression that string players (like vocalists) can add to music. The pitch is fluctuated rapidly but subtly. Vibrato can be used to add warmth and character to all types of music. Largo: A broad, slow tempo that is dignified and stately in style. Largo is the slowest of tempo markings.; Fortissimo: Fortissimo is written ff and means very loud

Bass: The Bass is the largest instrument in the string family. It is played standing or sitting on a tall stool. The bass is also commonly called the string bass, double bass, stand up bass or acoustic bass. The strings on the bass are G, D, A and E. Basses are available in 1/8 – 4/4 sizes.

Violin parts : F Holes – The violin F holes are the speakers of the violin. The vibrations and sound project from the F holes. These parts of the violin are crafted after a cursive style F. Tip – The Violin Bow Tip is carved at the end of the stick and is decorated for protection with a piece of Ivory (plastic for student violin bows) or sometimes metal.

Miss Laura’s lesson plans include customized practice charts and lesson notes. First, you will receive emailed PDF or spreadsheet practice charts to help keep track of practice. Also, you will receive e-mailed notes about the lesson and practice assignments. Most important, make it a goal to practice at least 5 times per week for the length of your online lesson (25 or 55 min.)

Each student who signs up for one of Miss Laura’s lesson plans will have their very own webpage or practice portal. The practice chart, audio recordings and sheet music will be accessible from the webpage and audio recordings can be submitted to Miss Laura from the page as well. Students can use the practice portal to help with practice and keep everything for their violin lessons in one place. Find even more info at https://yourmusicsupply.com/.

How to change atrings? Align the string in the bridge and nut: The bridge and the nut will have notches where the string should be. When you change strings do not tighten the string all the way until you check that the string is lined up properly with the notch in the nut and on the bridge. For the violin E string it is recommended that you use the small rubber sleeve protector on the string to protect the bridge from getting a deeper grove from the sharp string. Simply slide this sleeve into position on the bridge. The excess part of the sleeve should be on the tailpiece side with hardly any hanging over the other side so that it does not dampen the sound.