Where to go after beginner course 2?

I'm working on the last piece for the beginner course 2. What course or lesson should I take afterward?

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  • That is a good question. I would like to know what course or lessons should follow.

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    • MirceaTeam
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    • Mircea
    • 2 yrs ago
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    Hi Ken and Noe, congratulations on getting close to finishing the second course!

    It's always tricky to suggest what should follow, since we all have different music that inspires us, and a wide variety of tastes.

    However, the best place to start is to look for music in Level 1 - this is where you can begin to find your own way around repertoire, while still ensuring you stay within your zone of maximum learning: working on things that are only a little harder than what you can already do.

    Check out the Level System on tonebase by clicking here, click on Level 1, and Browse! You'll find a variety of different pieces there, including 3 cycles of progressive etudes (by Koshkin, Assad, and Bjornsson) that were commissioned by tonebase and written for you! 

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      • Ken
      • Ken.4
      • 2 yrs ago
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      Mircea Thank you Mircea. Do you have plan to make an advanced beginner course in the future that deals with playing in the 5th position and beyond?

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      • Michel R
      • Michel_R
      • 1 yr ago
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      Mircea THe link you left in the comment is not working anymore, could you update it or point to where can I find the information you pointed in this discussion? Thanks!

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      • MirceaTeam
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      • Mircea
      • 1 yr ago
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      Michel R Hi Michel - you are right, the level system is no longer available following the recent navigation redesign on our website.

      However, we're actively working on re-introducing it right now!

      The new level system will categorize every lesson on our platform, and users at all stages will be able to use it to find the most relevant content to them right away.

      We will have more info on this in the next few weeks.

      In the meantime, let me know which level you were interested in checking out and I can recommend some pieces at that level!

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      • Michel R
      • Michel_R
      • 1 yr ago
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      Mircea , thanks for your reply, I am working on level 1 as just started with the course. I have previously been playing basic chords and some arpeggios, simple melodies but I just decided to start with a structured course on classical music. So, I would like to learn some easy repertoire as well as to work on my technique. 

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      • Jes煤s Mostajo
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      • Jesus_Mostajo
      • 1 yr ago
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      Mircea Any idea when come back the level system?

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    • Mitch
    • Mitch.1
    • 1 yr ago
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    Mircea , I have this same question.  The quality of your instruction in those beginner courses is extraordinarily good, but I feel that there is a loss of direction afterward as to what to approach next. Tonebase has amazing content, but it can be a little overwhelming when trying to figure out how to structure a plan in the early stages (perhaps some sort of pathway/guide, or even some tips on structuring a measurable routine, etc.).

    Thank you in advance for any help in this regard.

    -mitch

    p.s. The link no longer works.

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