1. Chasity Hoffman UMMMMM u shoudnt be jealouse cuz if thas u in ur profile picture only few people can do that bro…. violin is easy to learn but what that is ur hand stand thingi on ur pic is the one people shpuld be jealoused at…. im jealouse too…. ermmmmm i quited my 8th day of gymnastics thats how lazy i was so i wish i learned to do that but im still happy im out of gymnastics its cuz….. just……. i hate being around with bairley the people i dont know…GEEZ it was 9:00PM i started texting commenters or watever and now ITS 10:00PM uhhhhhh i have to sleep at 10:30 DANG IT I WASTED AN HOUR!!!!!

  1. Has she always been a very focused child? How do you keep her focused and motivated? Does she ever fight you on it? or is she self-motivated? I ask because I’m a private voice lesson teacher and sometimes have difficulty working on technique with the little ones. This much focus at age 4 is very impressive.

  2. I teach the Suzuki violin method to students of all ages. It is so difficult to have a child this young understand the technicalities of the violin & why the notes are like they are. I typically don’t suggest playing the violin, at least at such a method based book, until age 7 in order to adequately comprehend technique & notation her bow hold is better than some of my 14 year olds! She’s going to go very far with the instrument.

    1. I played Suzuki violin when I was a little girl. I remember playing this exact same song in a recital, but I was a little bit older, maybe 8 or 9. She has great focus and technique for 4! Her skills will only get better, as long as she keeps practicing. I only wish that I had stuck with it.

    1. Thank you again, Liza. I can’t believe it has been 4 years since she started playing and she is still going. She picks up her violin and practice on her own every single day without me begging her to do so.Β  πŸ™‚

    2. Yes I listened to her latest video and that’s exactly what I thought, she is far beyond very talented she’s got a real gift she is so amazing ! This is very impressive, you must be so proud of her ! πŸ™‚

    1. Oh, I’m sorry. But it’s just fun to play, no need to compare with others. πŸ™‚ My daughter is not afraid of making errors, she just keeps playing because it is fun.

    1. Thanks for your kind words. I am sure there are a lot of people better than her too. As long as she loves to play, that’s all that matters. πŸ˜€Β Β  Ciao.

    1. Oh, I’m so sorry that I didn’t take my time to reply comments here. It’s been a year and I hope you are loving to play your violin. πŸ™‚ It is a very fun musical instrument and you can bring it everywhere to play. πŸ™‚

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