[How to Practice] Wohlfahrt 60 Studies for violin, no.4 Allegretto


Wohlfahrt 60 Studies for violin, op.45 is a wonderful etude for beginners. It starts with short one and even the long ones are less than two pages. Today, we look into Wohlfahrt 60 Studies for violin, no.4 Allegretto.


Wohlfahrt 60 studies for violin no.4 Allegretto in G major. With this etude, you will be (even more) familiar with this key, which is one of the most used key for the violin pieecs. I highly recommend to work on G Major scale before you start work on this etude.


We use this etude to be familiar with the key of G Major, and the following simple rhythm:

You can practice this rhythm with all four open strings, first.


There are some accidentals, which is a sharp or flat, natural symbol on the music indicates a temporary change from the given key signature. Remember accidentals are good only during the measure.


Allegretto means Not like Allegro = not like lively = moderately lively = with energy, but do not need to play fast.

so, first practice slowly and keep beautiful even sound.

Let’s practice together ! : Wohlfahrt 60 Studies for violin, no.4

Here’s an example of how to play this etude.

Please look at the description to find the time stamps by clicking “show more”.

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