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About violinworks

Peter M. Dunn is a career teacher of violin. He specializes in teaching young children, preparing students for university, and helping adults to 'get started'. His principles are: learn to listen, learn to relax the muscles, learn how to work at home, and will enjoy a long and successful journey with the violin.

Small Things About the Violin #1: Scrolls

SMALL THING #1   SCROLLS                                                                    Does the … Continue reading

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Perfectly in Tune: is that possible?

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All About Your Fingertips

OK – the idea here is to play IN TUNE! If you’re a classical player, you work forever to play in tune. From China to Vancouver to Chile – everyone agrees on what the notes sound like. So – we … Continue reading

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Violin and Gravity: partners for a good sound!

  ViolinWorks Post #1         Return to ViolinWorks: click the back arrow This post is for Beginners,  for Fiddlers and for Teachers Why do we hold the violin UP? Does it really matter? ________________________________________________________________ It’s all about … Continue reading

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