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Scott Adams

Westley – The name of “colle” or “glue” to this technique refers to using finger control for accented attack at the beginning of precise bow strokes. Developing this fine motor skill can translate into greater control over smoother bow changes as well. Please see my note above about it being associated with martele and slurred staccato. These are specialized bow strokes you’ll have the opportunity to develop as you continue advancing.