How To Play ‘A Thousand Years’ On Violin By Christina Perri


How To Play ‘A Thousand Years’ On Violin By Christina Perri

In this video Michael Sanchez covers how to play “A Thousand Years” on the violin which is a great song by Christina Perri. A Thousand years is a great song that I recently played for a wedding that was held in my area for the bride walking down the isle. A Thousand years is written by Christina Perri and is a really popular song. To learn more popular songs like A Thousand Years by Christina Perri, visit more of Michael’s youtube vids! –

Michael Sanchez is CEO and creator of Violin Tutor Pro which he developed in March of 2009. His instrument abilities include the violin, viola, fiddle, mandolin and piano. He has been playing classical violin for over 20 years, and has been teaching in his private studio for almost 10 years. Michael currently dedicates much of his time to teaching, and also performs the violin in various special events and weddings. He is currently managing over 50 private students at his hometown in Grand Rapids, MI (United States), teaching the violin, viola and fiddle. Michael has a very popular YouTube channel where he has thousands of subscribers and millions of viewers. He provides a fun interactive approach to his lessons and as of late has been teaching a lot of new classes on the interactive platform Google Hangout. Michael is also the CEO of Superior Violins which is a violin merchandise E-commerce platform. Michael plans on expanding this into a chain of stores in the future focusing on the string instruments market.

30 Comments

  1. I personally got the sheet music on music notes.com. There was a small fee of under $5 for it. You can easily get this music also to download this way.

  2. i dont read music.. i just started playing this week, i do know the notes though, is there a place where i can see the finger placements to this song?
    i started violin class.. but i really wanna start doing this song.. any help bud?

  3. Hi Juan. Check out my violintutorpro site for videos on how to read music and more lesson tips. πŸ™‚ I have videos on there that will walk you through the different finger placements on the violin.

  4. Thank you for this video. It is very well done, very clear. Also, you really make the violin sound well. It’s a pleasure to listen to you.

  5. I got it easy but what I didn’t is then you’re putting your 4th finger on G string for the intro, I just can’t reach it and it ruins my play πŸ˜›

  6. This might be stretching it a bit. I am blind and learning the violin, so I don’t read music. I am trying to translate this in to such a way that I could write it out to memorize and then play. For example, at the start you say, a low two fingers on g, and that’s perfect! But as the video continues it becomes unclear to me as to what fingers are on what strings. As I said, this might be a stretch, but is there any way you could explaine this to me like that so i can learn this? Even just in a email would make my me very grateful! I am wanting to learn this to play for someone very special to me as a surprise. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and I hope you can help πŸ™‚

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