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    Michael Sanchez
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    Hey guys, here is a lesson for you to watch. 5 ways to get a better tone on the violin.

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    Kevin DeSilva
    Participant

    Thank you for this.

    I am working on observing movements … to do this, I am practicing s.l.o.w.l.y …… the Slow playing sometimes ends up giving my unique issues but I understand where they are coming from … by practicing slowly, I am better able to notice all the movements and the related effects.

    Even with this slow playing …. I am still making the very mistakes you are pointing out 🙂 …. but, there is slow progress <3

    Yesterday, I noticed the Bow Speed mistake …. To me, practicing slowly does not mean not using the amount of bow needed for the note (whole, half, quarter, etc) …. it just means slowing the tempo a bit and greatly increasing the observing factor.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by  Kevin DeSilva.
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    Ian
    Participant

    Thanks Michael,
    Great stuff!
    Ian

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    tinge
    Participant

    Thanks.

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    Jayden

    Excellent tutorial! Will share it with students who are learning the violin in Singapore here.

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