Day One Hundred and Forty

Two more selections from the bass book tonight, “The Bass Fiddle Waltz” and “A Stately Dance.” Reading bass music on the viola is a bit of a challenge, but it’s kind of fun. I do have to do a lot of takes, though!

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Days One Hundred and Twenty-Nine through One Hundred and Thirty-Three

I owed you four songs yesterday. I’m giving you five videos today. Six songs as a bonus!! These are all from the first cello book of the same series as previous posts.

“Come to the Sea” (a folk song) & “In the Swiss Alps” (Charles De Beriot)

Two French Folk Songs

“A Country Scene” (Hans Sitt)

One of many minuets by JS Bach

“Rondo” (Muzio Clementi)

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Days One Hundred and Twenty-Seven & One Hundred and Twenty-Eight

Hey all, this is a partial catch up post. I was away for the holiday weekend and am short on time. Fortunately, I had a few videos recorded as backups. Unfortunately, there’s only two of them. I’ll owe you four tomorrow. Apologies.

“The Blue Danube Waltz” (a nice arrangement!)

“Smooth Sailing”

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