Can one learn violin without learning piano?
Can one learn to play the violin without first (or ever) learning how to play the piano?
- 3 months ago
Yes. I think learning a string instrument like the violin helps you understand other instrument way more faster.
- marsLv 78 months ago
- MaxLv 58 months ago
Yes, but piano would be a better instrument to at least start on because the keys are all laid out and clear to see, so learning musical notation is easier.Source(s): 16 years of piano experience and learning, studied with a teacher for 11 years
- THBBFT!Lv 79 months ago
A lot of people (mostly school children) have done that.
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- MamiankaLv 79 months ago
You can learn any instrument without the piano first. You might be confused because experts often say that learning the piano first gives you a great foundation for further study - you learn both treble and bass clef, you can see everything in front of you, you learn how to play melody and harmony or counterpoint, both in rhythm, plus the usual scales, chirds, arpeggios, sight reading - so after all that, a one-note-at-a-time Instruments is easier to focus on. But play what you LOVE!
- Tony BLv 79 months ago
Of course you can.
Why would you need to learn the piano first?
- Anonymous9 months ago
Of course you can learn violin first. Lots of people do that. Just get lessons with a professional violin teacher.
- Aster RhoidsLv 79 months ago
What makes you think you can't.
- conley39Lv 79 months ago
Yes, lots of people have.
- Pearl LLv 79 months ago
i dont see why not