Learn how to play the violin: for begginers in Brussels
A tour: Parts of the violin
In order to learn how to play the violin, first you want to know its parts, so you can apply a different technique to each of the parts. But don’t worry, before you start your violin lessons in Brussels you can take a look at “Parts of the Violin Diagram”, so you can have a first impression.
How to play violin: as a beginner
As a beginner violin student in Brussels Music School Damvibes, you will have to learn how to play the violin step by step, this is to say, practicing different exercises for different purposes. For instance;
- How to hold the violin? – left and right hand
- Learn how to play scales on the violin: finger setting
- How to tune your violin strings?
- Vibrato: Learn how to play “beautiful”
How to play violin: Sheet Music and Notes
Is it difficult to learn how to read violin sheet music? Well, at the beginning it takes a while, as every different language, but once you start recognizing the notes on a violin sheet music, you’ll going to start learning pieces much much faster. How do I practice music sheet reading? You have tons of app’s out there, most of them work the same. One tip that will help you: It’s much more important to recognize the distance between two notes than guessing each note separately!
Learn how to play violin fast: Technique
Sometimes, violin technique is understimated, and this is a big error. A bad violin technique may derive into an injury to both amateur and professional players. Moreover, a good technique can produce a better and more beautiful sound, especially in string instruments such as the violin. Read more about violin technique in this article. But, how do I play violin faster? One interesting tip: The less movement you do in order to get to the next position, the faster you will play. Same goes when you just move your fingers. Sometimes it’s better to not “articulate” so much your movements!
Online violin courses
Brussels Music School Damvibes offer violin courses and masterclasses in which students may complement their weekly lessons. Stay tuned!