The violin is good for beginners when they are learning to play. When you try to learn the piano or the electric piano or the drums you already know the rules. I always like to start with the viola and then play the violin. When you start to play the violin when you have a good understanding of the rules, the violin can be a great tool to learn the art of playing the piano and electric piano.
What are some good beginner violin lessons?
A good beginner violin lesson is usually a practice session where you perform the first few scales and pieces on the violin. A good beginner violin lesson should begin with scales and pieces that you’re very comfortable with. For example, if you can learn the scales on the viola you should probably start with solos on the viola and scales on the other instrument. If you can play bass with your right hand and drums with your left you should probably try playing percussion on the viola. If you can play percussion with both hands with a good enough range of articulation, then you should probably go ahead and learn a lot of violin lessons on bass and drums.
What can I do to get more practice time?
When you have a practice schedule, you can set a limit for how much you can practice. I like to give myself only 15-50 minutes of practice time a day to do that if I want. I make sure when I practice to do it well and that’s the most critical thing! If you always push yourself and don’t get sick, then you’ll get the most out of the time you have.
Where can I get more information on practicing?
When you begin to improve in music you’ll eventually move over to doing lessons. Your first violin lesson could be a rehearsal or you could teach someone a few scales and then you can go back to working on your own. When you’re doing lessons you may find that you don’t have many hours of practice each day but when you practice well enough you will actually end up with more practice time which is a great way to get better and stay better.
What is the most important part of practicing?
For me the most important question I ask someone about practicing is, “How many hours a day do you practice?” One thing about what I do is I don’t say ‘How many hours a day do you practice?’ I say ‘How many times a day do you practice, what the time of day is like, how many other people you