I am studying some etudes and pieces on my own although I have a teacher.
I have a question regarding to intonation accuracy. To what extent of intonation accuracy do I need to consider a piece done to proceed next piece.
I am just nearly a year of starting violin. Do I need spot on ultra precise accuracy? If it is so, how can a student progress through pieces since no student play with very precise intonation at beginning (especially young children). So a young child need to practice perfectly before he moves on next piece which I think is not usually the case. A child still progress through pieces with less than ideal accuracy. Then what is a indication that you can move on next piece.
Eg 440 hz for A, does 335 enough? Or must it be 439-441 range?
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