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Hello friends I’m so thrilled you’re still keeping up after all that prep work and exercises. Now we are going to do something fun. We are going to learn to play a few songs. The first one is hot cross buns. It’s a very nice tune and it’s easy. You’ll be able to play it in no time. So here it is. As you can see it’s a very nice tune and now very difficult of course it’s not difficult. Only if you learned the right way. So the important part and we will see this in many of the songs is to understand the logic of that you. In other words it’s not about learning the notes it’s about how these notes connect to each other. And how we grouped them as we learn more tunes you will notice that most of the popular melodies are usually based on a repetitive catchy tune. Add to that you can remember quite easily even after hearing it only once. And this is not a new modern thing. It actually is very typical for the folk traditions throughout the world. But just to give you an idea how old this practice is in our written Western music tradition it has started a little over four hundred years ago with the Arias in the first Italian operas. So hot cross buns. There are only three notes in the tune up in D and the note the first being there on the and then an F sharp second hiking or on the. That’s what you’re going to repeat just this a few times and two it becomes easy. One more thing before we do this. Since all of you are at a different level at any point if you feel that you have learned the notes in the left hand and wish to have more repetitions to go use this time and switch your attention to the bow make sure you play with a consistent sounding point in the center between the bridge and the fingerboard. The thumb is bent and the fingers are nice and curved and you’re not getting about three part motion in the bow or one to three. All right well let’s play together. Check your balance the musician of the violin make sure it’s on the shoulder not on the chest. Check the bow hold find the second finger on the street. And here we go. Make sure the last 10 fingers are relaxed especially when you’re not using them. Keep them above the string right on top of the places they’re going to press. If the fingers are relaxed it’s easier to keep them there if it doesn’t feel easy. Usually it means you are working too hard. OK now let’s start counting the first two notes half nips the third one he’s a whole next show. Sounds like this what the notes are two beats each the whole note beats. Now let’s play it together. What last thing before we asked the middle part of the do you see how the ending of the song is exactly the same as the beginning. OK here’s something very funny about our break even if we know that melody is the same that we have played it before. And to literally point to your brain that it’s a repetition. It still tries to process it as a new information. There is a good reason for that and I don’t want to spend more time explaining it. But what we need to do in order to make the learning process more efficient is to create the habit of identifying all the similar places and play them next to each other. So here is what we’re going to do. We’re going to play the two parts that are the same then only count through the middle part and play the ending. This way we’re making sure our brain understands them as identical as a rather Sishen. All right. Let’s go check your violent Bo find the second finger on the screen. And here we go. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 a very good. Now let’s add the middle part. Is this a then first you play open D and then first finger the note. These are coronets. Each of them has one beat. We’ll play them in the lower part of though. So put the ball somewhere here under your index finger check your posture violent position. But hold on. Here we go. A. Think of this not as a different Nopes but as two groups of four notes each. Again if that’s too easy for you pay attention to the sounding points set. If the ball is moving parallel to the bridge give your using the three part motion in the arm and if the thumb is bent a for. Now let’s put both parts together. Remember we play the first melody three different times during the beginning. One of the check your balance by line all find the sharp second finger on G-string and let’s go a excellent job. When you learn a song this way you’ll learn it correctly and creating good habits. This not only makes it easier to remember the song but also builds up your abilities and facilitates the process of learning the next songs you’re going to play. So in other words the way you practice is essential. And one of the most important goals for this course is to provide you with an efficient and successful practicing strategies. Let’s play it one more time this time a little faster. OK so now that we have learned the song on destroying it’s a very good idea to play it on every other string and you can do this easily on your own even though the pitches will be different the notes will be different the fingers will be exactly the same. Remember to pay very close attention. How do you switch from one string to the next. In the left hand you change the angle of the elbow. So for high strength the elbow goes out and for lower strings it goes in. The idea is to preserve the same frame of the fingers on each string. Same with the verb for each string. You change the level of the arm all the way from the shoulder and you keep everything here the same. All right. That was hot cross buns. I hope you had fun. I’ll see you in the next video.