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Achieving Great Intonation - Part 1

In this first video of a series, William tackles intonation and its basics.

Released on February 12, 2014

  
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victordovitalia * VSM MEMBER * on July 9, 2014 @12:17 pm PST
THANKS, YOU ARE THE BEST TEACHER
Eugenie van Zyl * VSM MEMBER * on April 2, 2014 @7:44 am PST
I now notice Tim's enquiry about an online teacher. Tim, I am with Loralyn from Reddessertviolin.com and it is absolutely wonderful! She is a great online teacher - it is not expensive at all and I have been taken lessons for more than a year with her now AND do not look back one moment!
Tim on February 15, 2014 @5:34 am PST
Can you recommend an on-line violin instructor? I am 69 years old and began studying violin when my son began Suzuki about 38 years ago.

Tnx,

Tim
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William - host, on February 26, 2014 @8:19 pm PST
I will look around for you and see whats available!
Eugenie * VSM MEMBER * on February 15, 2014 @5:31 am PST
You are a good teacher, thank you William! Although you are a professor, you have the ability to teach in such a manner that I
who still battle to get my playing sounds clear and on the pitch, do not get desponded. I realize once again the importance of practicing scales and knowing the different finger positions.
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William - host, on February 26, 2014 @8:20 pm PST
Its all about scales!!!!!
Elizabeth * VSM MEMBER * on February 13, 2014 @1:24 pm PST
I think this video might address shifting in tune more than playing in tune. My biggest problem with intonation is getting my fingers to remember the exact spacing for whole & half steps.
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William - host, on February 13, 2014 @7:00 pm PST
Hang in there with me and I think you'll see what I am saying as it relates to those whole and half steps ...
Maria * VSM MEMBER * on February 12, 2014 @2:50 pm PST
Thank you William, that was illuminating! I now have a better understanding of intonation and the need to keep up the practice of scales!
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William - host, on February 12, 2014 @4:39 pm PST
I am so happy that it was useful!
Furqan Haque * VSM MEMBER * on February 12, 2014 @11:59 am PST
Extremely well explained basis of good intonation. Thanks very much, William.

When canwe see Part 2 of this series?
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William - host, on February 12, 2014 @4:38 pm PST
I believe it is scheduled for next week!
Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on February 12, 2014 @8:33 pm PST
Yes, it is scheduled for the next week... stay tuned!
Fabian Carvalho * VSM MEMBER * on February 12, 2014 @6:04 am PST
What a perfect diction, revealing the true University Professor. Even for me, that have almost no practice in hearing English, it becomes easy to understand the lesson. If I weren't so far away, in Brazil, I would know you personally. What a pity.
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William - host, on February 12, 2014 @11:04 am PST
Thank you!
cpguida * VSM MEMBER * on February 12, 2014 @5:03 am PST
Great little lecture! Never really understood this before.
Thanks
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William - host, on February 12, 2014 @11:04 am PST
You're welcome! There is more to come!
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