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My name is Robert, and I produced Ted’s List during the Covid lockdown of 2020. But I’m certain you’re asking yourself why I called the website Ted’s List then…
Back in 2015, I turned from being a footloose and fancy-free young musician right into a grown-up – aka a Dad! My son, Teddy, came into this world – and since he could utter a word, he has loved music as much as I do.
But just how could I assist Teddy’s buddies and parents with their musical education and learning?
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Do You Want To Become An Incredible Violinist?
Fortunately, that’s where we will help.
My friends and I have written genuine advice as pro-musicians, and that is exactly what makes us unique. We can provide respected and honest violin reviews – and with our expertise, you’ll not need to look any further.
There is absolutely no qualification necessary to teach music. Absolutely nothing at all. Alarming, I realize – but true. What this means in the truth, is that you could be obtaining incorrect guidance from someone calling themselves a ‘professional musician’; but who may have never formally qualified.
You’d be surprised how many violins teachers I ask about the difference between classic violins and Baroque violins, and they don’t know the answer!
And that is why you’ll enjoy this content created by our brilliant authors. There is absolutely nothing better than getting the suggestions and trade secrets from a serious professional. And above all, they enjoy creating violin reviews; and they love helping out aspiring violinist.
Learning the Violin is a lot of fun. Remember though, that learning any instrument can be quite tough at the start. There are not many things in life that have such a steep learning curve.
If it’s your child who is learning to play, they’ll probably have the innate ability to act like a sponge; and almost always make things look easy. If you are starting the Violin as an adult, your learning curve is much steeper – and like waiting for politicians to ‘sort out your country’, your patience will be tested to the limits.
So where do you start? Reading some great impartial violin reviews will help. There are so many options to choose from, our free advice should help you on the right path.
It’s also worth considering finding a teacher. But before you do that, figure out if you want to investigate the Suzuki method route or the standard learning route. If you’re all new to this, you’ll be thinking ‘who is Suzuki and what’s she got to do with my violin!?’ Don’t worry – we have articles on that too.
Once you’ve done your homework and have an instrument and a teacher lined up, it’s time to start playing. Sometimes it’s best to ‘just do it’, as the famous shoe manufacturer advises. Albert Einstein said that “compounding is the eighth wonder of the world” and this applies to learning the Violin too. The more time you spend, the more things ‘just click’. The more they click, the faster you’ll learn.
Here at Ted’s List, we have put together some of the worlds finest musicians to give you free tips, tricks and advice. If you would like to find out more about your string instrument and read other Violin Reviews, please do visit our dedicated page here.
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