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The most famous wizard of oz song is probably somewhere over the rainbow. This song sounds very good on the violin and this ...
video lesson actually actually shows you exactly how to play this song note for note. Somewhere over the rainbow is fun to learn! Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Play Somewhere Over the Rainbow on Violin
Welcome back to violintutorpro.com. Today, I'm going to show Wizard of Oz piece, Somewhere over the Rainbow, as we show you how to play it today. And this song has an F# and a C#. So, F# is basically just the D2’s high. C# means the A2’s are going to be high. And the hardest one to remember in this piece is going to be the G3 which is a C# on the G string which is going to be one note right there, it was eight notes, so I'll just kind of point that up too when we get there.
So, start of with half note, open D, and then A3 for two beats. There you have the A2 C# high and eighth notes open A, A1, and then A2, A3 right next to that. And then open D for two beats. And A1 for two beats. And then an open A for three beats, one two, three, rest, okay. That’s the first line. And then we have G2 high, a high tune G, it should B natural. And then D3 for two beats both of those and then D2F#, open D, D1 eighth notes and then D2, D3 quarter notes and then D1. Those are going to be the notes, C# is easy to use one. It makes you get high note on the G string. And then your G4 just go right next to that. And then G4 should match your D, right? So, that was your eighth notes and then D1, D2F# quarter notes and the last note it’s going to be three beats, one two three.
Awesome! So, let’s try from top to bottom. Try to watch my fingers. Everything’s going to be pretty much separate bows. You can do the eight note slur if you wanted to but I'll do them separate for this time. Let’s try it.
So, that’s the theme of that. Definitely practice that nice and slow, make you’re your intonations there, as far as putting your fingers in the right spots. And if you wanted to learn how to play the violin, do visit my website which is at violintutorpro.com. Hope to see you all there.