Scales: C, G, D, A, E, F, Bb, Eb, Ab
(Bowings - separate quarters, and 8/bow in 8ths at mm-104)
HS: Piece -
Scales: D, Ab, F 8/bow in 8ths at mm-120
e, b-flat, c minors in quarters at mm-120
A, Eb, G arpeggios in triplets at mm-100
OK - I finally figured out what this page will be used for!!!!
It will be full of "fun" (remember that this is Mrs. Everill speaking - my idea of fun is a little strange.....;-) ) tips and strategies for getting those pieces in shape for the next lesson!!!
"The Seven Stages of Misery" practice game (see what I mean.....>:) )
Counting challenges (can YOU survive?)
Sightreading - any South Jersey auditioners out there????
Practice timesheet (please ignore the "beginners" heading and substitute "cello" for "trombone" :) OR
Plain practice sheet If the trombone references get to you.......
A good bow hold - left side: student, right side: Orlando Cole - "cello grandfather" of student (ie: teacher of teacher.......)
Notice how the knees are NOT in the side indents (but the bow IS!)