I recently began teaching a young lady with a love for mountain bluegrass and a rather strong dislike for anything remotely classical. She's pretty anxious to learn fiddle stuff as quickly as possible, but I want to give her a solid technical foundation first. However, she feels that my view of a strong technical foundation is leading her toward classical playing. How should I create a curriculum that keeps her interested but also provides a good foundation? Thank you!
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