Had to trim the front and back of this video for time! Missing at the beginning is; "Etude is the FIRST Suzuki piece in G major. The reason that's important is that in G major, there is a low 2nd finger position on the E and A strings...." (The prior Suzuki pieces are in A major or D major, and all have high 2nd-finger positions.) - This clip is for people who can't get enough sound on the previous Etude clip - Really slow play-through using stop-bows (0:33) followed by slow legato play-through (2:50), then quicker version (4:27) and finally 16th-note variation at 6:18.
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