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Play Bach on Violin!!

60 Mins P 5,000
tutor_image 中村勇太
Violin

Learn to play Bach without accompaniment and increase your independence as a musician!

Once you’ve started violin, you should learn to play a crowd pleasing piece by J.S. Bach.
You might be thinking “No, no…I couldn’t possibly do that yet”
Yes you can! Don’t get intimidated.

Even if for just one measure, just by thinking about the vector of the sound (strength, direction), phrase creation, and bowing and fingering possibilities, you will cultivate your ability to think on your own.
In the past, songs themselves were treated as etudes.

Even professionals worry about how to play famous songs, that’s why they are so fun to play!
In this full blown hour class, you will build up the ability to practice and perform on your own while reading the music.

One day you’ll get to chaconnes (^O^)/

■Lesson Outline
Reading a few measures of music together
→Singing the melody
→Thinking about the phrases and harmonies
→Thinking about how to use your fingers and the bow
→Suggestions on how to practice parts that you struggle with
Complete one phrase

■Sample selections


・For people with experience with Seitz’s Concerto
 →Partita in E Major BWV 1006A: Gigue (unaccompanied)

For people with experience with Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto in A Minor
 →Violin Sonata No.3 in C major, Allegro assai (unaccompanied)
   →Partita for Violin No.2, Sarabanda (unaccompanied)

For people with experience with Mozart’s Concerto
 →Violin Partita No.3 in E major, Gavotte en Rondeau (unaccompanied)
 →Violin Sonata No.3 in C major, Largo (unaccompanied)


etc.

Translation: 2/2015 - The Cafetalk Team 

Material: Textbook (J.S.バッハ/無伴奏ヴァイオリンのためのソナタとパルティータ)

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