Learning Violin: Moving the Bow

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Learning Violin: Moving the Bow

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Feel more successful with violin by learning to move your bow.

 

One of the most critical aspects of learning violin in the right way is how to move the bow. Learning violin: Moving The Bow will help you avoid bad habits with bow that produce squeaky, scratchy sound.

You'll learn the R.O.P.E. acronym and get the most important secrets of successful sound with the bow.

If you are having trouble figuring out your bow stroke, or just need a few ideas on how to help your student understand what is going on, you will benefit from this guide.

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The motion of the bow is the most deceptively complex aspect of the violin. It is a lifelong process to learn to do it with skill and with sensitivity to the myriad sounds that can be produced.

You might expect a lot of squeaking and scratching when getting started. This was how I sounded for the first year or two! However, it doesn’t have to be that way, if the proper bow motion is learned early on.

Learn what to do with your shoulder and elbow, how to control the bow motion, and let gravity do the work of producing good tone.

These techniques really work, for anyone, whether age 3 or 93!