Beginner Filmy Violin

Violin is one of the most versatile instruments that fits beautifully across various genres of music like Carnatic, Western and Filmy. Violin plays an indispensable role in Film music, Hollywood to Bollywood to Tamil Films, with some exceptional music composers using the Violin to its fullest potential. This course is designed for students who aspire to play Film numbers on the Violin. The student will be trained in the basics of multiple genres that will help him understand and appreciate the nuances of film music compositions and play them on the Violin with such ease and grace.

Course Modules

  1. Basic scales and exercises

    This module focuses on a variety of basic scales (Major/Minor) covering all whole notes and accidentals. Teacher will provide exercises that emphasises on strengthening the technique and basics of playing the instrument. Lessons include Plain straight lessons, Jumbled lessons, Basic scales (two octaves), Bow exercises and posture correction
  2. The structure of Film music and basics of notating

    This module focuses on teaching the student the history, structure and evolution of Film music (Tamil, Hindi, Telugu and Malayalam Industries). The student is taught the basics of notating a Film song, using both Carnatic and western techniques. Fundamentals of Sight reading are also taught to equip the student with the necessary skills for the professional industry. Lessons include Theory of Film music and evolution of composing, Basics of sight reading and notating, Notating and playing basic songs and Background Music
  3. Advanced notating and Sight reading, Ear training exercises

    This module dwells deep into advanced sight-reading techniques and notating techniques. The student is also taught the skill of ear training where there are equipped with the skill of listening to a song and notating it on their own. This module primarily focuses on practicing Module 1 and Module 2 with extra exercises.
  4. The Finale - Implementation

    In this important module, which is the last part of the course, the students are asked to choose 5 different songs composed by 5 different composers from the film music industry and are asked to notate the song from start to end. Students will be assisted in this task by teacher. This module is an application of the skills acquired during in the entire course.

Course Features

HQ Video Call Classroom with Recording Feature

One to One, High quality classes through an in-built customized video call application that works on the browser without the need to install any external software like skype or facetime. All you need is a Laptop, Chrome/Firefox and a good internet connection. There is also a built-in class recorder which lets users record their lessons and playback later for practise.

Dashboard - Progress Tracking

Every student is provided with a dashboard with features to track practice, performance and course progress. It displays course modules, class feedbacks, improvement tips, next class timings and a lot more information.

Class Schedule / Rescheduler

A calendar that displays the upcoming classes, concerts and other events. A easy drag-drop interface to allow rescheduling of classes to allow maximum flexibility.

Course Gallery

Course Gallery holds the course ebooks, course related videos, notations, informative pictures and various other information that is regularly updated and maintained.

Notes Timeline

Completed classes are updated with class notes, improvement tips, practise notes and feedbacks from Guru that are stored in the form of a timeline for future reference.

Music Theory Blackboard

A music theory Q and A blackboard that is maintained by the Guru to educate the students in music theory.


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