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In this video we learn how to play Deck the Halls in violin. Find the tabs: www.OnlineLessonVideos.com.
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Hello, this is Paul Huppert with OnlineLessonVideos.com. In this lesson, we’ll be exploring the popular Christmas tune Deck the Halls, which incorporates some dotted rhythms. These will be all in the first position, but we do have a variation that utilizes a little bit different bow stroke that will go into more detail in the play through lesson portion. I hope you enjoy the lesson.
In the first measure of Deck the Halls, we have a dotted rhythm in the first beat. A dotted eight to the 16th. Make sure you don’t neglect the 16th note. First of all you'll probably run out of bow and also we just want that note to be heard, just as if you were articulating with your tongue against your teeth. And then with the eight notes we use a healthy amount of bow and likewise with the four sixteenths in measure three. Try to use a little more forearm action so you kind of fill out this melodic line. And then we have a slur and then you just lighten the bow pressure a little bit at the end of this phrase.