Learning the violin takes a lot of time and patience so it can lead to needing something to keep you going back – especially for children. There are a number of interesting violin facts that will keep you coming back to your instrument and make you want to learn it even more.
Upon arriving, Myka and Lattimer notice the same elderly woman smashing a newspaper box. They follow her into a restaurant where she assaults an off duty Doctor. Myka and Lattimer intervene until the EMT and Sheriff show up. Lattimer attempts to gather information from the Sheriff while staying incognito and eventually he learns that the boy (Tommy Wilson) has gotten into another situation at his school. Myka discusses the elderly womans situation with the EMT, Ross. Myka shows an attraction to him, which could come in handy later on.
Back in the warehouse, Artie notices some strange behavior coming from Unionville, CO, where a nun, Sister Grace, climbs onto a rooftop and jumps, an elderly woman throws an urn with her husband’s ashes at a hospital and a boy playing the Hip-Hop violin smashes it on the ground. Artie alerts Myka and Lattimer that they are heading off to Colorado to find out the cause of this behavior.
As a help to all you parents out there I recommend that you get your kid a musical instrument. But it can’t be a violin or a clarinet. It has got to be something cool. Musical instruments fall into 7 categories.
Picking up women is a skill. And just like any other, it takes TIME to learn it. You right now, are at the beginning. You can’t expect to land hotties on left and right. Not just yet. Think about it this way. If I’ll put a violin in your hand, and tell you to perform in front of a crowd, will you do it?
Maintain physical balance. There’s a subtle difference in the respect awarded those who stand tall and speak with their weight equally balanced on both feet. You lose none of your warmth and appeal by standing tall. You gain stature and a sense of power. It is fine to move, but do so with a purpose. Do not wander aimlessly, pacing and creating a cadence of movement. This becomes monotonous, wears down your audience, and renders the presenter far less effective.
A house is just a thing, possessions are replaceable, and our memories are something we brought with us and we can keep. The wildfires could never steal those from us.
The best players, bands, ensembles and professionals learn to play violin with a score in front of them. It’s a skill well worth acquiring as you’ll realise when a really tricky number raises its lovely head. Playing the violin has many facets and reading music is, for most if not all, vital in playing the violin well.