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This energetic jig is a dance in 6/8 time. It is inspired by traditional English barn dances - play it with loads of energy and a big smile!
Shhhh! It’s Le Secret! Don’t tell anyone about this delightfully sprightly sweetmeat by Léonard Gautier, also known as Intermezzo Pizzicato No. 276 and written in 1916.
Here's the scale of F Major in one octave. Listen, sing, then play along with the track until you know the pattern from memory!
Here's the scale of C Major in one octave. Listen, sing, then play along with the track until you know the pattern from memory!
Get ready to play the Rumbango by practising these rumbangolicious arpeggio exercises. Feel the groove of the syncopated rhythms and irregular beats!
Here's the scale of G Harmonic Minor in one octave. Listen, sing, then play along with the track until you know the pattern from memory!
This study is jam-packed full of violinistic nutrients … scales, arpeggios and lots of string crossings! And, there are 72 bowing and rhythm patterns to choose from!
This fun piece swings between the Rumba and Tango rhythm patterns. Hold on tight, and keep your timing as precise as possible!
Move through the gears as you shift up and up and up on each string, from 1st position through to 6th!
Schubert wrote this ‘Cradle Song’ in November 1816 to help his friend get their child to sleep!
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