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Ode to Joy is a very popular violin piece by Beethoven. This is a great beginner violin lesson to learn for many violinists. ...
Ode to Joy has many basic notes and beginner bowings that can be learned early in the violin progression. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Hello. Welcome to violintutorpro.com. We’re going to learn a song today called Ode to Joy. This is a very popular piece some people know how to play. I’m sorry have heard not know how to play. That’s what I'm here for right? So, the way it’s going to start we’re going to play two D twos, high on the D string. And then a three right next to that two, fourth finger now, and then three, two oh’s, three, two and three, first finger, open D twos, first finger, second finger. It’s going to be a half note two beats and on first finger two beats—one, two.
So this is going to be ending of the piece. So we’re going to go back to second line, third finger, third finger, half note D one—one, two. And then we’re on third line, two beats. D two, open D, D one, these are going to be two eight notes with the brackets so twice as fast and then two quarter notes D zero, D one and then same thing two quick eight notes two and three files. We’re right here and then D two and D one and then open D. D four for two beats—one, two.
Now we’re going to jump back to the beginning we’re going to take the second ending which is right here. This is going to be the different part D one for two beats and D zero for two beats. Good, so that’s Ode to Joy. Now let’s play from top to bottom decent speed without stopping.
That’s how to play Ode to Joy in violin. Continue watching my videos on YouTube, violintutorpro and also visit my website violintutorpro.com. I hope to see you there.