Twinkle, twinkle, little star.

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Next is a song which is part two are under a variety of names the alphabet song melody by mater Baa Baa Black Sheep or Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. We’re going to learn it on G and D strings and we’ll use it as a way to get more comfortable with playing on the strings and reading the notes on the music stuff. Here’s a picture of the notes in g. They’re open G and then starting with the first finger the first four letters of the alphabet A B C D. Easy to remember. First finger is a second high finger is the third finger is C forefinger is the same as the next open string or D. In this tune we are also playing the note with the first finger on the string which naturally is the next letter in the alphabet. He. So here is the whole tune. I’m sure you won’t have any trouble recognizing it. Let’s figure out how the song works. Same as in hot cross buns. We have one melody which we play three times. We play it twice at the beginning and then repeat it at the end. The middle section is slightly different but not much. In this case it’s actually based on the second part of the first tune. I have color coded the two different sections so you can see how it works. We’ll be seeing this structure in many other songs. So let’s start with the first two measures. Here there are we start on Open G. We cross to open D then play the first finger E and go back to the let’s play them together. Check your posture. Make sure your body is well balanced. Place the violin on the shoulder your job is resting on the chin rest tuck your chin slightly check your butthole. The thumb is then the fingers are nice and curved and the ball is bouncing on the tip of the thumb. A second cup of nigers is only on G string. We start on the third finger C and we go down in order three to one open remember what we said about the left arm that the rotation has to be evenly divided between all the joints. So none of them tourists more than the others. This will be especially helpful when we play on the street. So let’s play this section together. Now let’s play both parts. Check your posture the position of the violin bow hold the rotation of the arm is equally divided between all the joints. Find the string. And here we go. The next section starts with the very important forefinger. Everything we learn so far about the rotation of the arm and adjusting the position of the forefinger all the way from the fore arm has to be in place so it’s easy to play the next note. We start with the forefinger on G string which you now know is the same as the next open string so it’s the note. Dean and then we go down to the first finger. In order for three to one if you feel that you need extra space between the fingers for all the notes use this type of motion. Stretch the fingers sideways and it’s you doing this make sure that the first and the second finger are active. They’re pulling back and you’re not stretching the forefinger that’s left together check your balance violin bow the rotation of the arm and the position of the forefinger and let’s get. Now let’s play the whole tune. I have color coded the different sections so it’s easier for you to recognize them and remember. Let’s check our posture. Body weight evenly distributed between the legs. Violence is on the shoulder jaw on the chin rest ball is balancing on the tip of the thumb the left arm is comfortably rotated. Find the G string and let’s play a. Now let’s play a little faster. Very good here is an even faster version. But don’t rush to get to it. Make sure you learn slowly but correctly in violin playing only good habits count. Once you learn the notes in the left hand switch your attention to the play the quarter notes with half of the bow and the half notes using the hobo. Pay attention to that three part motion in the bar and try to make it as smooth as possible. The sounding point should be right in the middle between the bridge and the fingerboard. When you check for that. Keep in mind that a more natural way of doing this is looking at a mirror instead of turning your hand. Lastly once you can play the song the song on G and the strings move it up to DNA and a and E-Strings. That way you’ll be able to play it in three different keys. When you get to the highest strings make sure the bow is light. In general apply only the pressure that would catch the string not more because the strings are much thinner than the lower strings.