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Hi Beth! I have a question about bowstrokes. When you start bowing you are at velocity zero, then you accelerate and sometime later you reach maximum speed. The question: Do you try to reach maximum speed very soon, is there a kind of momentum like when you hit something or so. How do you prepare - physically and/or mentally - this initial movement? (For me it is a little difficult to express this question, but probably you know what I mean.) Thanks.
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Lesson 1f: Tightening the Bow Hair
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Bow-Finger Coordination
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Left Hand Squeezing; part 1 - Why We Do It
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Left Hand Position and Intonation Practice
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Eliminating the "Bounce" from the bow
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Hello, I have recently joined as a member and this is my first post, so apologies in advance if this is not the right forum, or format. I am 40 years old, and on the heels of my six-year old daughter, I started learning the violin about one year ago. I never knew music or any instrument, so I have been drinking from a firehose for a while now (and loving every bit of it). In any case, I have a teacher and we are following the Suzuki method/books, and supplementing with other (more fun) songs. I am currently wrestling with Humoresque (middle of book 3). My question is simple: which number video lessons and sequence would you recommend that roughly equates to what I am doing within the Suzuki method? Thanks in advance. Luis
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