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Learn how to play hot cross buns on the violin. This is a beginner level song that can be played by anybody who has even ...
just started the violin. Hot cross buns is played on the D String and this violin lesson is great for adult beginners.
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Learn Hot Cross Buns on Violin
Welcome back to Violin Tutor Pro. Today, we’re going to learn a beginner level song which is “Hot Cross Buns”. It’s going to be all in a D string. As you can see it’s indicated by the top section here. It’s all D. The bottom is going to indicate the fingering we’re going to put down so it’s going to be one, first finger, second finger or zero means no fingers. What that means is we’re going to play it in open string, okay? And here we have half notes indicated by the lines which are going to be longer notes and the notes in the quotations are the quick notes, the eighth notes. Let’s take one section at a time. In the first section, we have D2, D1, D0 so D2, and F#. It’s right there and that’s the half pitch. Now, D1 is going to be a whole set apart from that which will be even with the thumb. So it’s going to be--
D0 is going to be held for two beats which is going to be open D for two beats so one, two. Those are the first three notes. You guys are going to repeat that. This part is going to be at the tip instead of being down here starting will be up here for the second set. You guys, you’re going to do that twice. So now, we’re right here. We’ll play a bunch of eighth notes. We’re going to play four open D’s, no fingers, quick, twice as fast, and then we’re going to play four D1’s fast again. And then, I’m going to repeat exactly what’s at the beginning. So that’s Hot Cross Buns. Alright, let’s do it from top to bottom together. Ready, go. So that’s Hot Cross Buns, a nice little song to learn when you’re first starting out. It shouldn’t be too difficult. So, practice that and to learn how to play the violin, feel free to visit my website at ViolinTutorPro.com. We’ll see you all there.