Returning to the violin I just started with my fourth year of lessons.
When I was a stubborn kid I refused any kind of recital. Perhaps due to being decades older or because my teacher somehow convinced me that it is fun to do something with what you learn, I started a Christmas project.
My sisters had something like ten years of private lessons (guitar, piano) when they were kids/teens (I had only a couple of years).
We all did not touch our instruments for several decades.
I asked them to do a surprise performance together for the patient and uncomplaining family with Hallelujah by Cohen. Therefore I bought sheet music for voice, guitar and piano. The notes for voice are simple but a bit plain. I tried to listen to some YouTube videos to find ways to fresh it up while not challenging me too much. The sheet music is in C.
Can someone recommend nice manageable violin sheet music in C for gathering ideas?
Recommendations on how to practice together? We do not live in the same area, I guess we will manage to meet twice max.
I have no background in playing together with other instruments besides being accompanied by my teacher playing piano or violin and one recital Vivaldi double with three violins.
All ideas and recommendations are appreciated!
"Can someone recommend nice manageable violin sheet music in C for gathering ideas?"
I will check out Musescore.
I think you could make a lot out of it by doing a bit sul g/d on that one.
MusicNotes is another useful site/app to use for buying sheet music and changing keys.
Thanks a lot!
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