FREE Violin Lesson #21 Wohlfahrt op 45 etude 1 tutorial and SLOW play along

by | Nov 16, 2020 | FREE Violin Lessons for Beginners, Start to Play | 2 comments

New to violin etudes? Get started with this violin lesson about Wohlfahrt op 45 no 1

Slow play along, sheet music and violin tabs included for free!

Learn this easy violin etude in C Major

What’s the point of practicing etudes?

You will notice that when you learn a new technique and you directly apply it to a piece, it most of the times doesn’t work out. Either the piece gets sloppy or the new technique is out of the window. Etudes close the gap by teaching you to apply new techniques in music.

This particular Wohlfahrt etude will help you play in tune in C major and improve your fluency and speed of violin playing in general.

You can download the book with 60 etudes, including this one if you sign up for free at

Video lesson content:

01:09 performance

02:08 slow play along

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  1. Alireza Golshan


    Thank you so much for your valuable training contents. they are awesome and helped me alot especially Wohlfahrt lessons. unfortunately i could not find all the 60 lessons neither in your website nor in your youtube, i was wondering if you could do me a favor and tell me if there is any way that i could have access to these treasures.
    I am looking forward to hearing from you.


    • Zlata

      Hi there, I don’t have tutorials on all sixty, but I’ll create more in the future :).


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