Written by Zlata Brouwer
Published: November 23, 2015 at 10:11 AM [UTC]
I have received Emails from violinlounge.com. Thanks! Now I have a suggestion other than violin itself.
I don't have a lot of time to go through the web site violinlounge.com. I hope you put a teaching video about "How to use the violinlounge.com". This does not mean I am not used to computer or Internet (BTW, I am a computer programmer.). (For example, I find http://violinlounge.com/learn-vibrato/ When I practice vibrato.). I just have no time to search and find out how it is arranged. So I hope you, not as violin teacher or IT stuff but as an editor, give a tutorial video to those who has already subscribed.
My suggestion may not be a good one. Anyway I just hope so. Thanks!
If you are looking for a specific subject, you can use the search function on the top right.
There are some lesson buckets with several videos on one subject:
In the right side bar there is a tag cloud with some keywords that lead you to videos on that subject.
There is also an in depth FREE workshop 'Weight vs Pressure', which is useful to violin and viola players on all levels. It helps you create a beautiful tone and play comfortably. If you subscribe to this workshop, you will also receive a weekly e-mail with the most recent video lesson.
The Violin & Viola TV episodes are useful to over 500 viewers a day. The can really help you to improve your violin and viola playing. They are small video lessons on very specific subjects that can help you with something you struggle with.
However... if you really want to build up a solid basic technique, bowing technique, tone production, vibrato and/or intonation... if you really want to know what to do exactly when, how to practice, what to do if something goes wrong... if you want to become my student and enjoy an in depth step-by-step curriculum, the Violin & Viola Academy will help you further. In the video I'll shortly show you what's in the academy and what's the difference with Violin & Viola TV.
I hope, with the help of this video, you can find exactly what you need: the right video on the right time.
Enjoy my work! I'm always open to suggestions!
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PS: Do you have questions or struggles on violin or viola playing? Post a comment below or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and I might dedicate a Violin & Viola TV episode to answering your question!
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