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Wohlfahrt Exercises Videos
Hearing How They Are Supposed to be Played
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uncledave
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I stumbled across this link by accident. If any forum members are using the Wohlfahrt exercises this is a great resource.

 

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Thanks, bookmarked them for later review/use

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There is no shame in playing twinkle, youre playing Mozart

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Thanks Barry. I don't know why I didn't think to include that link. Senior moment I guess. :)

It's really great to be able to find all this stuff on the internet.

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@uncledave Thanks for the Etude videos.  Looks like that guy has practiced his Wohlfahrt a few thousand times.  His #4 compared to mine gives me something to shoot for. Played correctly, that sure sounds like a good solution for those that complain that scales are boring. 

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Uzi said
@uncledave Thanks for the Etude videos.  Looks like that guy has practiced his Wohlfahrt a few thousand times.  His #4 compared to mine gives me something to shoot for. Played correctly, that sure sounds like a good solution for those that complain that scales are boring. 

I agree 100 percent. Exercises are pieces of music in themselves and played with a little thought and feeling can be very nice to listen to. Number 4 is very beautiful if played with feeling instead of mechanically. I hope to get to that point someday.

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