Even if you have a good teacher, the two of you can play together. Further, you can use this method to guide you between lessons.
Author: Chihiro Takeuchi
Publisher: Independently Published
So, you decided to take up the cello. Good for you! Because the cello is a wonderful instrument, and we can't wait to get you onto a level where you'll be able to play many pieces of your choice. Of course, becoming a good player has a lot to do with talent. You either have it, or you don't. There's nothing you can do about it, so let's move on to the areas where you actually can do a lot about. We are--of course--talking about the technical aspects of playing the cello. Ultimately, a good playing technique gives you the possibility to play the music you like. Because when scaling the big repertory, you'll be busy figuring out various other challenges. Don't let a mediocre playing technique stand in your way. Remember: A good playing technique equals freedom!Any technical aspect in this method is only there for a musical reason. Every exercise serves a purpose, even if it might seem a little tedious once in a while. Stay with us, and in the long run you'll see the benefits.This course is divided into 24 lessons. By using the videos on our YouTube Channel ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwyEoPYR8j-mSig5P3LP9EQ ), you can use this method to teach yourself, especially if you have problems finding a good teacher in your region. Even if you have a good teacher, the two of you can play together. Further, you can use this method to guide you between lessons.