Variations on a Theme of Haydn and Brahms (arr. by Todd Ehle) 
Variations on a Theme of Haydn and Brahms (arr. by Todd Ehle) by Todd Ehle
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Date Added: July 10, 2010

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In this video lesson, Violin Instructor Todd Ehle teaches the bow lift (also called the retake, rebound or bow circle), as well as two up-bows in a row. The notation over these up-bow notes is a curved line called a slur, but you will also see dotes over the notes which mean the notes are to be played short (with space between them). The repeat sign at the end of the piece is new (two dots followed by a double bar). It means to go back to the beginning and play the piece one more time. Since the last note of the piece is a down bow and the first note of the piece is also a down bow, we will use the bow lift (bow circle) to make this work. Download the lesson in the following link: toddehle.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/variationsonatheme.jpg

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