Or the cello, but the violin is more portable. I never learned a musical instrument and I love strings and also Sherlock Holmes plays the violin. 2 weeks ago
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I think I’ve always wanted to do this 10 years ago bur just never did. I wonder where to start? Buy a violin? Yes but the thing is, I want to buy a left handed violin. :-)
So I guess the first thing to do is find a store. :-) 3 months ago
I’ve abandoned my violin for a long time, a year more or less. Last year was extremely hard on the university and the music school and I had no time to do anything apart from that (actually, I didn’t have enough time for those two either) – it was a busy year. This one may be busy as well, because I have to write my thesis, but I have far more pleasant schedule, only three days in the music school and Fridays off, which makes my weekends longer. Moreover, the friend of mine from the music school will probably be able to show me some stuff. I’m looking forward to it! :) 5 months ago
I’ve been playing the violin for my school orchestra for about 4 years :) 5 months ago
Earlier this summer I was like “hey, yeah, I have a small amount of free time, let’s get some new strings and break out the violin.” But then it took me a while to get around to going to the music store, and even longer for them to order me strings, so now I’ve picked them up today but have been distracted by other projects. It seems unlikely I will have time for this now. 8 months ago
How I did it: I started as a kid. Had private lessons, went busking, played in school orchestras, an out of school orchestra, and entered in competitions with another friend who played violin too.
I think you really need to practice for about 30 minutes a day, and just keep it up and be patient! Read how I did it… 8 months ago