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I will give you a crash course for learning the cello and teach you a year's worth in one instructable
if you are to play the cello, then you must get one. here are your options: 1. buy new 2. buy used 3. rent used I would prefer ...
now that you bought the cello, it's time to open it. the basic parts of the cello are: 1. cello 2. bow 3. case first, remove the bow. ...
first set the bow nearby within reach. then adjust the pin on the bottom of the cello top the appropriate length. now grab the bow.
bad news. before you learn notes, you must learn to hold the bow. you must hold the pencil between the second joint of your middle finger and tip ...
now, we will learn types of notes. the first picture shows you the types of notes from fastest played to slowest played. the next picture shows the different ...
basically, a beat is 2 seconds. so a eighth note is a half- beat or 1 second
I will go in the order from thickest string to thinnest 1. C string no fingers: c 1 finger:d 3 fingers:e 4 fingers:f 2. G string no fingers:g ...
now, to exercise your new knowledge, I recommend an exercise called a scale. when you play the scale, play from low notes (c) to high notes (d). when ...
now we will play a basic song. it is called Mountain climbing ("she'll be comin round the mountain" with an intro and an end really) note that you ...
now, you've played one song. next year, part 2 will come because there are rules I don't know about yet. this is a just a basic guide. and ...
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