Neil Nelson

A Little Out of Practice.

February 7, 2011 13:53

Hello my lovely violinists! hasn't it been a while, ever so sorry about that, work has been rather demanding of my time, and my violin has been sat in a wardrobe since October. . .  BUT NO MORE, we deploy soon and I am looking forward to investing significant time into my education as a violinist. Going through my scales again whilst keeping an eye on my tuner, or along with recorded versions, and fortunately my muscle memory is starting to kick in again, twinkle twinkle and frere-Jaque have never before induced such a wide grin upon my face.

I now have the virtual sheet music app on my Ipad, and have invested in a couple more pieces of literature with CD accompaniaments, to keep me going until the summer when I come back.

Glad to be back,

Iniaes

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