Hello. I've just purchased a rather cheap 4/4 cello, with a view to learning some rudimentary lessons. I'm looking for someone that will 'settle me in' so to speak.
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I'm looking for help with the following as a one off visit:
How to sit
How to hold the bow
How to hold the cello correctly
Adjusting the endpin to achieve correct height
Correct method of tuning
Applying Rosin to the bow
Marking the fingerboard with adhesive for correct notes
Starting point for notes to practice
Answering general questions related to cello playing
I am looking for about two hours, and will pay £25 per hour.
Please note that although I'm looking for an amateur, I am looking for someone with formal knowledge. This would suit a cellist music student at university or similar.