Should I learn violin or viola?

You probably shouldn’t start with violin because the skills involved in developing high-quality high-speed skills from very young age are not well understood. Learning to play the violin isn’t very different than learning to play the drums. The only difference is that the drums were made by a factory that makes a lot of them. Even if you were to buy a good drum set, you would not be able to really play them until you had had a few months of practice with them.


What is a viola?

Violin is a stringed musical instrument that incorporates a body made of wood and a resonator (or string) made of metal. Like the drums, most violas are constructed so that they can be played at speeds of up to 180 beats per minute (BPM). All violinists can play violin at BPM, but you should have a high knowledge of articulations, intervals, and intervals with the body that determine how high-pitched you can play the notes you are holding in your hand. You should also have a good sense of how your fingers are able to hold the notes up or down, and how that affects how fast you can play.

There is a long list of instruments that all require practice to play, and the more difficult the instrument, the more time you’ll need to invest in getting better at it. While the majority of musicians practice on concert pianos, all players can play a concert instrument without it. Some, of course, also play concert or chamber music.

Who should I study for a viola or violin degree?

Everyone can become a violinist (even if they don’t do it well), but a good number of people end up with a lower-level violin or viola degree because the curriculum isn’t very comprehensive.

People who want to play a major classical music concert, for instance, should have a degree in “Bach”. In some cases, however, a degree in classical music may or may not improve one’s ability to play violin as an instrument—not knowing for sure does not make a difference, though. There may be good lessons given on the violin to be learned from, but when you put those lessons into practice as an individual, it may make you worse. For that reason, most students want to know how to teach themselves to play on their own, whether it’s an instrument or a keyboard.

Also, don’t be intimidated by the large number of instruments that exist. The variety of