For my beginning students who are working on this foundational rhythm - chicken on a fencepost.
Do you think we have finished this song? Let me know in the comments!
This video is for people starting out in learning Perpetual Motion.
Your bow can do so many amazing things. In this video, Ms. Rice shows two bowing techniques that make May Song a beautiful piece to play and listen to.
If you are working on Wohlfahrt No. 19, this video can help you to get started by looking at the key signature and checking your fingerings.
For my students who are working on Wohlfahrt No. 46, here's a few words about hand position to get started.
Ever wonder about how you can grow your focus? Ms. Rice talks about using a timer in your practice to help yourself develop your focus. Leave a comment if you like the video, or especially if you have questions or have a suggestion for another topic.
Hi violin students - if you are working on Long, Long Ago in Suzuki book 1 (I'm talking to you, my EXPO Harmony Project students!) right now, this is the video you can play along with. Let me know what you think in the comments!
This is the song that we all wrote together - measure by measure!
Our next step is to learn the melody, by singing or playing it.
Then, perhaps we will find some chords, or a harmony, and maybe even a title. (Did I hear some students mention bass clef, which could be important? And did I hear the words "unicorn" and "Kitten" as well?)