10 Levels of VIOLIN CONCERTOS | Violin Lounge TV #426

by | Jun 16, 2021 | Repertoire | 18 comments

Violinist Zlata shows different levels of violin playing and the progress you make

Hi! I'm Zlata

Classical violinist helping you overcome technical struggles and play with feeling by improving your bow technique.

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18 Comments

  1. Yvonne

    I’m practicing the Mozart violin Concerto 5 this evening.
    Thank you Zlata.

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    • Zlata

      Love that concerto!

      Reply
  2. Sarah

    Beautiful music! I am not able to play currently—dealing with biceps tendinitis and rotator cuff injury to my right arm/shoulder! Doing everything I can to heal up and return to violin practice. I soooo miss playing. Don’t give up on me, please.

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    • Zlata

      Wishing you a speedy recovery, Sarah, take care!

      Reply
  3. Essence

    Accolay Concerto

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    • Zlata

      Beautiful!

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  4. Binah

    Hello Zlata. What a great and very useful video. Thank you so much.
    It would be good if you could, for each concerto, indicate the technical exercises to be done in order to be able to play them. So we would take more pleasure in doing the exercises knowing why we are doing them.

    Thank you for what you’re doing.

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    • Zlata

      Great idea!

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  5. Wim

    Bach concerto for 2 violins D minor, bit i have online 4 months of lessons now.

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    • Marie

      From 05/06/2021 adjusted corona measures in the Netherlands! …. new possibilities!
      Art and culture practice is allowed. The practice of art and culture includes, for example, music and painting lessons and rehearsals for dance and drama. However, there are rules. These rules should prevent the risk of infections. The rules depend on whether a person is in amateur or professional practice, the person’s age and location. https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/documenten/publicaties/2021/05/28/openingsplan-stap-voor-stap-meer-mogelijk

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      • Zlata

        Glad everything is slowly opening up again… I hope it stays that way after the summer.

    • Zlata

      Good work!

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  6. Kerry Hill

    Playing the Mozart Violin Concerto with ease is my goal, hopefully with the beautiful dynamics you create in all of these examples!

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    • Zlata

      Thank you, Kerry, I’m sure you’ll get there 🙂

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  7. Robert Reynolds

    Still working on the basics but trying to play your simple Amazing Grace, a simple version of Ode to Joy (symp no 9) and a piece I wrote lyrics and music for our 55th anniversary last October. At that time I couldn’t read music and had no idea how to write music but I found the nots I wanted on the piano then figured out what and where to put each note on paper. I named it Always and Forever but later found that name had been used 3 or 4 times for totally different tunes so I think I’ll change the name to It Started In Chicago which is in the first line of my lyrics. On our anniversary, our oldest grandson and I sang as his friend (who started playing piano at 5) played my song on the piano. The family loved even though I didn’t sing well at all. So, I have until October to learn to play it on violin. Wish me luck, better yet pray for a miracle.

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  8. Ann Marie

    Hi Zlata, Thanks for this wonderful sampler! I am working on the Bach, but like Sarah above, I am sidelined right now with a broken shoulder (freak car accident caused by an impaired driver). I sure miss my violin practice and am doing everything I can to heal properly. Best wishes in your recovery, Sarah.

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    • Zlata

      Oh dear, wishing you a speedy recovery, Ann Marie!

      Reply

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