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Genre: classical, instructional Skill Level: advanced Video Duration:32:29
Video Lesson Description:
Learn how to approach and study the beautiful Allemande from Partita No. 2 by Johann Sebastian Bach. This is a premium video lesson by Prof. Todd Ehle.
About the Author:
Violinists around the world may know Todd Ehle as "Professor V" from his popular YouTube channel of many instructional, entertaining violin videos with over 7 million views. Besides creating these and dozens of exclusive videos for Virtual Sheet Music, Todd also serves as Associate Professor of Violin at Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, TX.
Todd received 2 degrees in violin performance from the University of Northern Colorado, and also studied at the Eastman School of Music. He made his American debut at Carnegie Hall in 1995, and his European debut in 1997 at the Czech Academy of Music. Todd has been featured on NPR's "Performance Today," and has also appeared in Strad, Strings, and Chamber Music magazines. He has recorded alongside cellist Charles du Chateau, and their CD was even featured on Continental Airlines' In-Flight audio in 1995. He is the violin soloist with the Czech Radio Symphony on a recording of "Forests of the Night" by his father, Robert C. Ehle.
Todd plays with passion, and specializes in helping advanced violin students refine their technique and elevate their playing to even greater heights.