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Violin Class

Julia Reddy

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Violin Class is a podcast for the non-professional violinist and violin enthusiast. Join me to learn what you should know about the instrument, technique tips, practicing, the repertoire, and history of the violin, from the perspective of a professional violinist and violin teacher. Hosted by Julia Reddy, www.violinclass.co; contact: violinclasspod@gmail.com
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The Violin Geek Podcast

Laurel Thomsen

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Welcome violin geeks everywhere (or viola, fiddle, cello, guitar, trumpet...)! With all the detail and troubleshooting of a private lesson, violinist and violist, recording artist, author, and string teacher Laurel Thomsen shares daily discoveries, insightful interviews with top performers and music industry leaders, and tips for practicing, polishing, and becoming the best musician you can be. Episodes are accessible to beginners, yet contain the depth appreciated by the advancing student o ...
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The Violin Chronicles Podcast

Linda Lespets

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In this podcast I will be telling the wild and wonderful stories englobing the lives of famous violin makers, what they got up to and placing them in their historical and musical context. We will look at instrument makers such as Gasparo da Salo, the Amati family, Guarneri Del Gesu and Stradivari just to name a few. Who were these people? What were their lives like? What was Stradivaris secret? and most importantly why and how did they make these master pieces we see and revere today. What w ...
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Simplifying growth for musicians- especially violin, viola, fiddle, and cello players and teachers- with tips, insights, tools, and stories to grow in their practice, teaching, and career. Exploring intersections in creativity, music education, string playing, music business, and culture, Creative Strings is a non-profit organization supporting music education via online curriculum, orchestra classroom outreach, in-person retreats/conferences, and more. Executive director and host Christian ...
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VSM: Violin Lessons

Virtual Sheet Music

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Virtual Sheet Music's Violin Lessons Videos give you violin lessons and violin insights from our violin experts Prof. William Fitzpatrick and Lora Staples. If you are a violinist, violin teacher, a violin student or simply a violin enthusiast, these videos are for you.
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I’m joined violists Liz & Steph, the hosts of MusicianCentric Podcast. They share new research on how to practice smarter and the differences between viola and violin. Listen to MusicianCentric podcast here Molly Gebrian episode / Susanna Klein episode --- Full blog post and transcript Free violin warmups guide Join the Violin Class newsletter Send…
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In this episode we speak with Tokyo born, New York based Jazz violinist and composer about her new album, "Lingering," with pianist Kevin Hayes, how her conversion to Judaism has informed her life and music, her journey from Julliard to free improvisation, and how she's managed to turn labels and stereotypes into assets along her career path. Show …
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I’m sharing an interview with my private student, Carly. Carly started the violin in her late 20s and has made fast progress in the 2 years that we have been working together. She discusses how she’s been able to progress without having a ton of time to practice— in addition to learning violin, Carly is busy raising and homeschooling 4 young childr…
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Joining me on Violin Class this week is violin teacher Rachael Ridge, with whom I’ll be discussing: Body awareness How to relax and release tension as an adult learner. The importance of singing Proper posture on violin As well as her own journey with arthritis and how she’s been able to practice to avoid pain. Send me a text message! For lesson in…
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In this second episode on Giovanni Battista Rogeri we look at his family and children. Living in Brescia also meant that Rogeri was in the heart of an Opera loving people close to Venice and an exciting time musically and instrumentally.โดย Linda Lespets
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Giovanni Battista Rogeri has often been confused with other makers such as the Rugeri family, because of his name, and Giovanni Paolo Maggini, because of his working style. Trained in the famous workshop of Nicolo Amati in Cremona, Rogeri set out to make a name for himself in Brescia creating a Cremonese Brescian fusion. Learn all about this often …
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Marcello DeFrancesco interviews Christian Howes as research for his PHD in music education. They discuss questions related to improvisation, nuances of learning techniques, the influence of genres like Jazz on improvisation, and the critical role of educational institutions in fostering creativity. Delving into personal experiences, they explore im…
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What is shifting? How do we make our shifts more accurate and clean? If we're just beginning and not ready to learn how to shift yet, what can we do to ensure we'll be ready when the time comes? Join me as we dive deep into the nuances of shifting technique as it applies to the violin or viola, with tips also helpful for cellists, and for both begi…
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Vibrato Series 1/3. Did you know that certain styles of vibrato can be controversial? This episodes explores the most common mistakes violinists make at every level of their playing. In this episode, you’ll learn about what issues are most prevalent when violinists are learning vibrato in beginner, intermediate, and advanced stages of their studies…
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Vibrato series 2/3 Learning vibrato is such an important rite of passage when it comes to learning the violin. It's something that every violin student strives for and something that sometimes feels impossible to learn. However, vibrato is not a beginner technique, and I completely understand the frustration when it comes to wanting to play with a …
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Many of us were drawn to play the violin, viola, or cello because we'd heard playing that brought us to tears, filled us with joy, or expressed a feeling that we couldn't even describe with words. Truly, there seems to be no limit to the emotions and the variety of sounds these instruments can express. However, our first weeks, months, and even yea…
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Vibrato Series 1/3. Learning vibrato is a long process, but there is a method to it. With the right guidance, a lot of practice and a whole lot of patience, you can learn vibrato and add it to your playing. In this episode, you’ll learn about: What vibrato is and how it works Arm vs. wrist vibrato The 4 stages of learning vibrato Examples of differ…
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In this episode we will be looking at Francesco’s most productive period of making instruments with a busy workshop and 4 sons helping him out. Jason Price from Tarisio fine violins and bows talks to us about Rugeris distinctive making style and his prolific production at this time in his life but things do not run as smoothly as Rugeri would like …
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So much to practice and so little time: I think this is a feeling that a lot of us can relate to. I'm going to show you how you can continue to progress on the violin even if you're limited by your schedule. In this episode, I discuss: - The 2 keys to practicing with limited time - How to fit more violin practice time into your day - How to approac…
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Join me as we continue to look at the life of this innovative violin maker who was literally living outside the box. His workshop has been successfully set up, he has a young family and work is pouring in. Francesco now has to take on apprentices but who could they be? Keep listening to find out.โดย Linda Lespets
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Violin bow techniques vary between classical and jazz violin playing- listen to learn why it's important to know them both. Follow Dr. Lynn Kuo at her wonderful Youtube Channel @violynnkuo Our discussion reveals insight into bow usage, articulation, and maintaining bow contact for rhythmical precision. Dr. Kuo shares insights on optimizing sound pr…
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Part II Kathleen Parlow was one of the most outstanding violinists at the beginning of the 20th century. In 1912, she was signed by the Columbia Record Company in New York, and her first records for the U.S. label were brought out alongside those of the legendary Eugene Ysaÿe. Listen to her fascinating story and how she took the world by storm. Fro…
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Kathleen Parlow was one of the most outstanding violinists at the beginning of the 20th century. In 1912, she was signed by the Columbia Record Company in New York, and her first records for the U.S. label were brought out alongside those of the legendary Eugene Ysaÿe. Listen to her fascinating story and how she took the world by storm. From her de…
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Come and discover in this episode why your cello is the size it is! We continue looking at the life of Francesco Rugeri and how his career intersected with other well known masters such as Guarneri and Stradivari. The advent of wound strings will also play a part in piecing together the puzzle of how Francesco Rugeri was able to make smaller cellos…
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This week, I’m sharing a conversation with my private student Lisa, who has been playing the violin for 2 years. She shares her advice for beginners and how she makes music a meaningful part of her life. Join the Violin Class newsletter for more bonus content with each new episode & violin tips: violinclass.co/newsletter Free warmups ebook: violinc…
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It's frustrating and disheartening when all our preparation in the practice room doesn't make it out onto the stage. Instead of presenting the polished piece we've been performing in the comfort of our room, we're suddenly overcome by hyper-drive vibrato, sweaty palms, or a bow that jitters and skids as we squeak out our phrases. We're overwhelmed …
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Francesco Rugeri; this Cremonese violin maker often mistaken for Giovanni Battista Rogeri, another Cremonese trained violin maker living at the same time, made many fine instruments and is especially well known for his cellos and his innovation of the instrument. Join me as I delve into the life of violin makers in Cremona after the Amati's and bef…
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They say the best way of learning a language quickly and completely is total immersion, and the same is true for violin. In this episode, I walk you through a day-in-the-life of a conservatory student and give you ideas for creating an immersive experience of your own. For lesson inquiries, email me at violinclasspod@gmail.com. Join the Violin Clas…
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Today we will explore a range of repertoire recommendations by Leopold Auer from the Baroque masterpieces of Bach and Handel to the Romantic concertos of Tchaikovsky, Brahms, and Beethoven.
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Welcome to Part 3 of the Leopold Auer Series on Violin Podcast. In this episode, we uncover the secret to achieving nuance in your violin playing. Renowned violinist and instructor, Leopold Auer, has his invaluable insights and I have some practical tips on how to play with nuance. Discover the power of dynamics, timbre, and more, as we unlock the …
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I delve into nitty-gritty of playing the violin faster, and share the steps to building up speed while maintaining clarity. For lesson inquiries, email me at violinclasspod@gmail.com. Join the Violin Class newsletter for extra tidbits with each episode: violinclass.co/newsletter For links and examples mentioned in this episode, see the accompanying…
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We delve deeper into the world of violin tone production with a focus on the techniques and applications inspired by the legendary violinist Leopold Auer. Join us as we explore advanced tips and strategies to enhance your violin playing and achieve a rich, expressive tone. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced violinist, this video will provi…
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Happy New Year! We want our music making journey to be positive and comfortable, so we can express ourselves with freedom. Listen in as I chat with Jennifer Roig-Francolí, a professional violinist, certified Alexander Technique instructor, and the creator of the Art of Freedom Method. We learn about Jennifer’s path from concert violinist to her rol…
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Leopold Auer was the teacher of Jascha Heifetz. If anyone has knowledge regarding performing and teaching the violin, he would be a great person to talk to. In this four part series, I will be dissecting some interesting ways to approach the violin. All references are made from his book, 'Violin Playing, As I Teach It". 0:00 Introduction1:09 What t…
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I share some advice to adult violin learners who are just starting, including setting realistic goals, the importance of regular practice, choosing the right resources, when to start lessons, and the benefits of active listening. Join the Violin Class newsletter for extra tidbits with each episode: violinclass.co/newsletter For links mentioned in t…
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Want to hear about the worlds most expensive ballet performance, murderous royals and Cremonese violins? Well listen on to see what happened to Andrea Amati's instruments once they arrived in the French court.โดย Linda Lespets
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It's holiday time! Why not give the gift of comfort to yourself, your child, or your student, with a more suitable chin or shoulder rest! In this episode, violinist/violist, teacher, and host Laurel Thomsen shares the factors we need to consider when shopping for a more secure, effective, and comfortable chin and shoulder rest. And as we'll find, t…
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In this episode, Christian Howes dives deep into strategies for musicians to master their craft more effectively. Addressing both teachers and players, he provides a comprehensive seven-week program designed to elevate your musical prowess. From tonal improvisation to advanced jazz harmony. Whether you're battling with the intricacies of bowed stri…
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https://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/experts/william/mutes/ - In this new video of his Violin Basics series, Prof. Fitzpatrick talks about mutes on the violin. What are they? How do they work? And what's their purpose?โดย William Fitzpatrick
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https://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/experts/william/recover-when-messing-up/ - In this new video of his Violin Basics series, Prof. Fitzpatrick gives you easy-to-understand tips to handle mistakes during your violin practice to guarantee a perfect final performance.โดย William Fitzpatrick
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In this last installment of her Music Careers series, violinist/violist, teacher, and host Laurel Thomsen explores music careers that are more "behind the scenes," as well as a few that don't neatly fit into other categories. Despite not necessarily placing us in the spotlight, most could become stand-alone full-time careers, or a supplement to a p…
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https://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/experts/william/how-to-pizz/ - In this new video of his Violin Basics series, Prof. Fitzpatrick talks about "breaking things down." What does that mean?โดย William Fitzpatrick
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https://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/experts/william/what-you-should-never-do/ - In this new video of his Violin Basics series, Prof. Fitzpatrick teaches you how to relax to avoid injuries.โดย William Fitzpatrick
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https://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/experts/william/break-things-down/ - In this new video of his Violin Basics series, Prof. Fitzpatrick talks about "breaking things down." What does that mean?โดย William Fitzpatrick
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https://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/experts/william/playing-really-fast/ - In this new video of his Violin Basics series, Prof. Fitzpatrick talks about "playing really fast."โดย William Fitzpatrick
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Girolamo II Amati was the last of the Amati family of violin makers in Cremona. He worked along side Antonio Stradivari and the Guarneri family in an intense moment of violin making and musical discovery at the time. Listen to how he fits into the story of the violin and turns out to be more that what he is (or not) remembered for. Transcript   Hel…
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In this episode we enjoy a fascinating conversation with Russian born violinist and educator Michael Dvoskin about the differences between violin training in Russia versus the United States. Michael also shares his story about immigrating to America, and tips for students preparing for an audition or recital. In effort to create both a successful a…
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Orchestra teachers- get the exact tactics used by renowned orchestra teacher Angela Harman to Overfill her classroom program, retain students, assess, and more as she delves into her effective strategies on how to attract and retain music students. To watch this episode on video click here: https://youtu.be/204l1uu5n2c?si=GKME4dvjLJxlC1i3 Gain insi…
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https://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/experts/william/good-student/ - In this new video of his Violin Basics series, Prof. Fitzpatrick talks about "being a good student."โดย William Fitzpatrick
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For a quick revision of your makers with tips and clues to look out for so you too can recognise their work. If you would like to hear more so that you too can become more confident in your knowledge of instruments and sound like a pro go to www.patreon.com/TheViolinChroniclesโดย Linda Lespets
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Nicolo finds love, the workshop is full steam ahead and this violin maker has to find creative ways to get family members out of his house so his future bride doesn’t freak out! This is one busy luthier. Follow Nicolo Amati as his family grows and his influence as a violin maker branches throughout Italy and Europe. In this episode you will also me…
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Welcome to another episode of “The Violin Chronicles” podcast that delves into the lives and legacies of the world's most renowned artisans and craftsmen. In today's episode, we journey back in time to explore the extraordinary craftsmanship of Nicolo Amati, a name synonymous with the art of violin making. In this Episode we look at a major turning…
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