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December Oral Presentation

Mid-Year Presentation
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Jennifer T

on 4 May 2014

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Transcript of December Oral Presentation

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Goals
Video
Here is a short video of Darrien, Deirdre, and I playing Pachelbel's Canon in D at the concert.
Works Cited
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Progress
So far, I have been able to complete many things such as vibrato and shifting. I've also managed to memorized seven different songs.
Vibrato
3 months ago my vibrato used to be slow. Now it's up to the right speed and I can play vibrato in slow pieces to make it beautiful.
Shifting
Shifting is a technique used to play higher notes. I can shift into 2ND, 3RD, 4TH, and 5TH position.
I plan to keep practicing my wrist and finger exercise to play fast songs and memorize more pieces of music.
Next Semester
I also plan to practice shifting more. As you can see, there are more than 5 positions.
Kjos, A. Neil. Essentials for Strings. San Diego: Music
Company, 1985.

Monday, Deborah. “For the Star Of County Down.” Kjos Music
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Rino, Barbara. Personal Interview. 12 Oct. 2013.

Espey, Ann. Personal Interview. 21 Oct. 2013.
This is a picture of me practicing.
This might be quiet, so please turn up the volume if possible.
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