violin lesson

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Noun1.violin lesson - a less in playing the violinviolin lesson - a less in playing the violin  
music lesson - a lesson in performing music
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At the aunt's request, seconded by Professor Valerius, Daae consented to give the young viscount some violin lessons. In this way, Raoul learned to love the same airs that had charmed Christine's childhood.
Sturgeon was also given a violin lesson by nine-year-old Iliana Hughes from the Govanhill Big Noise Orchestra.
A local school's refusal to give her son a violin lesson sparked a personal crusade which, over 50 years, became a community arts venture.
Alison Corcoran, 43, was taking her daughter to a violin lesson when she was stopped by police officers.
"Music is the centre of civilization, and we want these children to have access to that," he says, seated in his small office as the sound of a violin lesson next door trickles in.
Tai took her first violin lesson at the Sherwood Conservatory of Music (located in Chicago) when she was 5 years old.
THE Violin Lesson is a beautiful Michael Marra song inspired by his time working at the Craigmillar Festival.
Alexandra McDonald joins classmates in the violin lesson. Pictures: Mark Radford
Michael, who took his first violin lesson aged five, was a finalist in the BBC's Young Musician of the Year competition, aged 16.
Music lessons work out to be even more expensive, with a violin lesson costing an average of u20 an hour, while a singing lesson comes in at pounds 35 an hour.