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How to learn ricochet

Learn ricochet with the Wohlfahrt's Study No. 40

Released on September 4, 2013

  
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Becky on September 6, 2013 @1:16 pm PST
I too am sorry to hear about Todd Ehle unable to do videos for VSM. I am a teacher that uses his videos to not only help my students, but also to inspire me. God speed, Todd, on your future endeavers.
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Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator, on September 6, 2013 @4:55 pm PST
Dear Becky, as I said below, we are really sad too about Todd's decision to leave us here... and we hope to have him back in the future!

In the meantime we are looking for someone else making Advanced Violin videos for us. We are working hard to find a replacement, but as you can understand it is not easy! Stay tuned for more coming up... thank you again for your kindness and interest!
Shirley Gibson * VSM MEMBER * on September 6, 2013 @11:09 am PST
I am so sorry that Todd Ehle will no longer be presenting videos for VSM - He presents technique with a depth that is understandable and entertaining. I have enjoyed his teaching videos on Youtube, and was especially pleased when he appeared here. He is a special teacher, and I say ditto to all the preceding comments.
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Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator, on September 6, 2013 @4:54 pm PST
Dear Shirley, as I said below, we are sad too about Todd's decision...Our hope to have him back will never fade!

In the meantime we are looking for someone else making Advanced Violin videos for us. Stay tuned for more coming up... thank you for your kindness and interest again!
Patricia * VSM MEMBER * on September 4, 2013 @1:07 pm PST
I am as sad as member John Woodbridge when I read the email from VSM telling me that Professor Ehle will not be posting new videos. I only hope this is due to a tight work schedule and not because of health problems.

In my case, even when his VSM/videos are for students at a more advance level for which I am far from ready to play the music in the video, I always find clear to understand, good techniques that I can easily apply to those learning at the present time.

Thank you Professor Ehle, thank you so much for sharing your expertise with others.

Patricia
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Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator, on September 6, 2013 @4:48 pm PST
Dear Patricia, as I said to John below, we are sad too about Todd's decision to not making new videos for us in the foreseeable future. We really hope to have him again sooner or later. Don't worry though, this sad news it is nothing related to Todd's health, it is just that his current schedule doesn't allow him to provide us more of his excellent videos. But our hope to have him back will never fade!

In the meantime we are looking for someone else making Advanced Violin videos for us. Stay tuned for more coming up... thank you for your kindness and interest again!
John Woodbridge * VSM MEMBER * on September 4, 2013 @7:55 am PST
Really sad to hear that Todd will be unavailable for new videos. I have enjoyed the series immensely and found them to be very useful.
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Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator, on September 6, 2013 @4:45 pm PST
Yes, we are sad too. We hope to have him back in the future, but in the meantime we are looking for someone else making Advanced Violin videos for us. Stay tuned for more coming up...
Trina * VSM MEMBER * on September 4, 2013 @7:02 am PST
Thank you so much for this! I learned using Wohlfahrt but never felt confident with ricochet bowing- couldn't seem to keep it going smoothly throughout the entire piece. But you've done such an excellent explanation with the details of this technique that I've gained new insight...You truly have a gift for teaching- thanks again for sharing this gift!
Eugenie van Zyl * VSM MEMBER * on September 4, 2013 @6:20 am PST
In my lifetime, I will never manage to play so beautiful - I will be one of the angels playing the violin up in heaven one day. Look out for me!
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