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This celebratory March was composed by Johann Strauss Sr. to commemorate Field Marshal Joseph Radetzky von Radetz's victory at the Battle of Custoza.
Oo-er … something’s in the air! These ominous exercises will help to train the lifting and dropping action of the 4th finger … keep calm as you crank up the pace!
A cheeky little piece to flex your 4th finger! Fun fact: there are 119 notes in the piece and 62 of them are played with the 4th finger. Make each one count!
Mixed Rhythms in 2/4 Time. Feel a count of two beats in each bar as you clap and play these rhythms!
Play this beautiful duet as expressively as you can! Practise all the big intervals slowly, until your slurred string crossings are smooth and perfectly in time!
Here is the first part of a beautiful piece by the Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Experiment with your bow to find a sad, expressive sound!
Bear Dance is great for practising rapid string crossings and quick, short, energetic bow strokes! It's not so great for downstairs neighbours, as you'll see...!
Stay up to date with the repertoire that you have learnt. What are you learning now, what's still 'active', and what are you going to learn next?
Keep a record of what you have achieved in each of your practice sessions, as well as discoveries and new insights that have occurred to you whilst practising!

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