Hi, in all the posts here have often been mentioned the book "Basics" by Simon Fisher and also, sometimes, Technical Fundamentals of the Soviet Masters. I bought myself the two for Christmas as I said I would find a way to have them before Christmas since I wouldn't survive to wait longer ; )
and they arrived today!!! You were all right, really REALLY good books, they are addictive... and everyone should have them (especially those who don't have a teacher or have a not that good teacher if this saddly happens sometimes) But even with a good teacher, they will be so useful!
Thanks for your advice!
Hi, Merry Chrismas or season greetings if you don't celebrate Christmas to all of you and also... I admit... as an exuse to show you this christmas video : ) Hungarians don't just train good violinists...
I am amazed by such achivments and congratulate the performers and teachers, especially that they all do this as amateurs for a hobby!
and here if you want to see how they train them + a "beach" show
PS: don't show this to your kids if you don't want them to ask a doggie to Santa!!!
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