Practice Tips to for Fast Progress on the Violin
Practice makes perfect? Nope, it just makes permanent…
Fast progress on the violin is achieved with good quality practice.
Watch these free video violin lessons for tips:
Practice tips to learn difficult rhythms and tackle fast runs on the violin + free online metronome
Learn to play the rhythms and note values in sheet music with my free online metronome. Suitable for beginners!
Fix your pinky, so you can play in tune with a beautiful sound on the violin. Do these violin fourth finger exercises:
How much violin practice is enough for the goals you have? How much should you practice daily on your level?
4 Different ways to practice slowly and get fast progress on the violin. Learn how to practice when for best results:
Follow along my daily violin practice routine as a violinist. I discovered a new way of practicing violin that saves me a ton of time:
Vivaldi’s Four Seasons is a violin technique treasure trove! Improve intonation, bowing, sound, shifting, double stops and much more:
Practice bowing with just your fingers to learn smooth professional bowing, play fast runs with ease and sound great on the violin:
This exercise can improve your bow control and sound quality, but when done the wrong way it can be very dangerous for your violin playing.
Join me in my practice room for half an hour to work on the Autumn violin concerto from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons
Violin etudes help beginner, intermediate and advanced violinists close the gap between technique and music, so they can make progress:
Real, raw and unedited practice session of a violinist on the Brahms violin concerto. Get inspired for your practice!
Tips and tricks for the vibrato, double stops, rhythm and sound in the Louré from Bach’s violin partita no 3 in E major BWV 1006
Doing some bowing exercises, but are they not helping when playing pieces? Here are the steps to apply smooth bowing to the music you play:
Tips on the chords and melodic lines in the opening of the Chaconne from partita no 2 for solo violin BWV 1004 by JS Bach:
Tricky string crossings in close up, from all sides, in slow motion and effective practice strategies to get them up to speed.
Take 5 minutes for the 8 best bow hand exercises for developing flexibility in your bow hold, so you can bow smoothly with a good tone.
Play the violin better by doing this effective warm up routine before you practice! You’ll learn bow hand, sound and scale exercises.
How to Practice FAST STRING CROSSINGS in Seitz Student Violin Concerto op 22 no 5 | Violin Lounge TV #380
Tackle those fast string crossings with these practice strategies. I use the string crossings in Seitz concerto no 5 as example:
Extensive video violin lesson filled with tips and exercises to get a great sound. Discover what problems keep you from a good tone and learn to solve them: