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Well, I'm on Day 8 and have comfortably memorized Scarborough Fair, so I decided to put up a quick video of it. The sound quality is poor, the playing is pretty poor, and there's something weird going on with my hair, but I felt like it'd be a good milestone for me to look back on.
Fiddlerman rocks. If I was taking traditional lessons, I'd have spent all week repeating "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" like a 4-year-old. This is much preferred. Any recommendations as to what songs I should learn next?
Also, I know my technique isn't amazing or anything, but I am always open to comments and criticism.
That was nice, Halzen! =) totally agreed about your tighten bow!
I like your straight bowing and left hand. And it would be great if you could put your right pinky on the stick - that will help you to control the bow, when you'll play near to the frog =)
Amazing start!! Don't forget about intonation.
I didn't hope to see your smile - that was a good part too =)
Cool ... thanks for posting the video Halzen. I won't repeat the bow comments, but I think you're well on your way to 'getting' it.
Keep posting, because someone will always give you feedback, that's what we all want, and it's always friendly.
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