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Learning Focus     Practice Tutorial
Weight in Motion     Gravity
Leverage     Balance
Potential and Kinetic Energy
The R’s of Remembering
Practice Purpose
Music Staff Evolution
Music Clef Origins 
Scroll History
Peg Information 
Bowed String Instrument History
Friction
Bass Tuning Mechanism
Modern-Day Violin Family
Bridges Through the Ages 
Sound Production Principles 
What is Sound? 
How Strings Produce Sound

NRmini

 THREE MAIN CLEFS 
TREBLE CLEF
ALTO CLEF
BASS CLEF
LEDGER LINES
LINE NOTES
SPACE NOTES
TREBLE CLEF NOTES
ALTO CLEF NOTES
BASS CLEF NOTES
VIOLIN OPEN STRINGS
VIOLA OPEN STRINGS
CELLO OPEN STRINGS
BASS OPEN STRINGS
NOTE READING EXAMS
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 Meet CONSTANCE
What is a METRONOME?
METRONOME HISTORY
What is TEMPO? 
SLOW TEMPOS
CLASS EXERCISE
TEMPO QUALIFIERS
ANDANTE
MODERATO
ALLEGRO
VIVACE
PRESTO
TEMPO ADJUSTERS
TEMPO MOODS
TEMPO as TITLES

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Meet Dyna 
What are DYNAMICS?
WORD ORIGINS
DYNAMIC RANGES
PIANO and FORTE 
More DYNAMIC RANGES
DYNAMIC CHANGES
DYNAMIC COMBOS
DRAMATIC CHANGES
ADDITIONAL TERMS
DYNAMICS REVIEW

Rhythm Menu Mini

Meet Cal
Universal Language
Rhythm Notation
Music Staff
Origins of the Staff
Rhythm Laboratory
Notation Parts
Note Heads
Stems
Beams
Flags
Note Construction
Common-Time
Measures
Bar-Lines
Counting in Common-Time
Whole, Half and Quarter Notes
Ties
Dots
Time-Signatures 
Q’s Rhythm Review
Time-Signature Rules 
Beat Accent
Down-Beat and Up-Beat
Conducting Patterns
Cut-Time 
Common-Time Beat Emphasis  
Three-Beat Measures
Note Values
Rhythm Workouts
The ‘Cycle’
Note Equivalents
Counting Sub-Divisions
 “If You Can Say It, You Can Play It” Author’s Story
Sub-Division Lingo
Quarter Notes with Eight Notes
Adding Sixteenth Notes
Notes Sharing Beams
Beam Awareness Pointers
Triplets 
Triplet Workout
Compound-Time
Compound-Time Workout
Music Rests
Rest and Note Equivalents
Whole Rest     Half Rest
Quarter Rest     Eighth Rest
Sixteenth Rest     Dotted Rests
Q’s Rest Review
Process of Sub-Division
Relating Rests to Notes
Rhythm Exam Prep
Level 1 Rhythm Exam
Level 2 Rhythm Exam
Level 3 Rhythm Exam

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Meet STEPS
MUSIC THEORY
INTERVALS
The OCTAVE
The OCTAVE SCALE
SCALE DEGREES
What are Key Signatures?
Circle of Fifths 
The Order of Sharps
Sharp Key Signatures
Enharmonic Sharp Major Keys
The Major Scale Walk
Flat Key Signatures
The Order of Flats 
The 3 Enharmonic Key Signatures
All Major Keys

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Leverage Step Exercise 
Crossing Guard Exercise
Grounding Your Roots Exercise
Balancing Your Branches Exercise
Violin Playing-Position
Viola Playing-Position
Cello Playing-Position
Bass Playing-Position
Chin-Rest Information
Shoulder-Rest Information
End-Pin Information
Rock-Stop Information
Violin Position Song
Viola Position Song
Cello Position Song
Bass Position Song
Warp to Playing-Position Exam
Warp to Pizzicato Worlds

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Introducing the Bow
Parts of the Bow
The Stick
Horse-Hair 
The Tip
The Frog
The Winding
How the Bow Works 
Rosin
Preparing to Hold the Bow
Stick Training Exercises
Bowing Terminology
Down-Bow
Up-Bow     
Bow-Hand Set-Up
Finger Tasks and Functions
The Thumb
Meet ARC
Finger Segments
The Index-Finger   
Bow-Hand Pronation
The Center-Finger and Ring-Finger
Bow-Hand Fulcrum
Ring-Finger Propulsion
Bass Bows 
 Pinky Bow-Tasks
‘Casting’ the Bow-Hand
Bow-Wrist Tasks
Rotational Inertia
Arco
Clay Smile Exercise
Meet ANGLE 
The Bow-Arm Box
The Shoulder Arc
Bow Contact-Point
String Lanes
Bow-Segment Mastery
Bowing Exercises 
Finding the Bow Contact-Point
“Painting With Sound”
Bowing Exercises Menu
Bow Taps
Bowing Traditions 
Perform Down-Bows
Perform Up-Bows
The Art of the Bow-Change
Articulations
Staccato
Legato 
Mastery Checkpoint One
Building Bow Control
Bow Speed and Bow-Arm Motion
Bow Planning and Distribution
Slow Moving Bow Strokes
Individual Bow Segments
Traveling the Bow
Bowing Dynamics
Mastery Checkpoint Two 
Advanced Techniques
Slurs and Articulations
Slur Training
Locating the Bow’s Balance Point
Ricochet and Spiccato 
Exploring Ricochet
Ricochet Control
Spiccato Training
Spiccato Control
Spiccato Brush Strokes 
Multiple String Crossings
Virtuosic Bow Strokes
Arpeggio Bowing
“Flying” Staccato
Mastery Checkpoint Three 
DMAjormini
D Major Home
Instrument Tapes
Finger Mechanics
Finger Numbering
Finger Dexterity
Finger Position
Finger Intensity
Hand Position Principles
Hand Position Rhymes
Space at the Base
Swell the Well
Swing the Wing
Hand Position Set-Up
Violin Notes on D
Viola Notes on D
Cello Notes on D
Bass Notes on D
Violin Notes on A
Viola Notes on A
Cello Notes on A
Meet Guide
Bass Notes on G
D Major Training Exercises
The Lower-Tetrachord
The Major Second
The Major Third
The Perfect Fourth
The Upper-Tetrachord
The Perfect Fifth
The Major Sixth
The Major Seventh
The Perfect Octave
The Complete D Major Scale
Left Thumb Logic
Left Thumb Flexible Location
Knuckle Leverage
D Major Etudes
Arpeggio Patterns
D Major Mastery Checkpoint
Extending the Instrument’s Range
Finger Location Terms
Violin Notes on G
Viola Notes on G
Cello Notes on G
Bass Notes on E
Bass Notes on A
Viola Notes on C
Cello Notes on C
Violin Notes on E
 Third Position Principles
Violin Third Position on E
Third Position Measurement Differences
D Major Harmony
Interval Categories
Orchestra Harmony in D Major
Preparing for Orchestra Pieces
Divisi Protocol
Orchestra Chord Textures
Ensemble Engine
Technique Building
Practice Coins
Violin Technique Builder
Viola Technique Builder
Cello Technique Builder
Bass Technique Builder
Dynamic March Theme and Variations
Bowing Dynamics
Dynamic March Performance Details
Linked Bowing Exercise
Off-Beats Exercise
Neighbor Notes
Complete Dynamic March  Score and Parts
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 A Minor Home
Natural Minor
Aeolian Mode
The Three Forms of the Minor Scale
Raising the 7th Step
Harmonic Minor
Augmented Intervals
Melodic Minor
Minor Key Signatures
Relative Major and Relative Minor
Relative Key Signatures
Preparing for A Minor Scale Drills
Rules of Accidentals
Violin Fingerboard Diagram
Viola Fingerboard Diagram
Cello Fingerboard Diagram
Bass Fingerboard Diagram
A Minor Scale Pattern Drills 
La Cinquantaine

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G Major Home   

 Violin Two Octave Scale in 1st Position   

 Viola Pitches in 1st Position   

 Cello Pitches in 1st Position

Bass Pitches in 1st Position   

 Violin and Viola Left Pinky Note Options   

 Pinky Power-Ups for Violin and Viola

Violin G Major Scale in 3rd Position 

Viola G Major Scale in 3rd Position     

Cello 4th Position on the A-String

Bass One Octave G Major Scale on 1 String 

 Two Octave G Major Scale for All Instruments     

Boosting Performance Skills

“Add-a-Note” Scale Pattern Exercise 

   “Eighth Note Jumps” Interval Leap Practice   

 Up and Back-Up Practice Technique

Coordination Drills 

   Melodic Minuet     G Major Waltz

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