Violin Bowing Technique and Tone Creation Live Q&A

by | Sep 22, 2018 | Beautiful Tone, Bowing Technique | 4 comments

1 Hour video about how to bow smoothly with a beautiful sound

Questions and answers about bow hold, creating a good sound, double stops, silent bow changes, string changes, tilting the bow and much more!

I can’t tell you how blessed I feel to help violin players from Australia, Mauritius, New Zealand, South Africa, United States, Canada, Mexico, India, Germany and Spain with their playing in this live Q&A:

If there is ONE thing I want you take a away from this Q&A it’s this:

High level bowing technique and tone creation are learnable skills

All violin players can learn the techniques and apply them in beautiful music, expressing their emotions through the violin. You just need to know the exact steps to get there from the level you’re currently at.

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For now I wish you joy and good results from applying what you’ve learned in this Q&A. Share in the comments below what tip you are going to apply in your next practice session!

4 Comments

  1. Elena

    How do you avoid the “hickey” red mark on your neck? Thank you!

    Reply
    • Violinist Zlata Brouwer

      By a relaxed and balanced violin hold, supporting the violin partially with your collar bone and partially with your left hand. Also make sure your chinrest en shoulder rest and well adjusted and of the right shape. You can search this site as I’ve made various video lessons and reviews about this.

      Reply
  2. Nadeline

    I had the growling sound too, when I still had cheap STEEL CORE strings! I haven’t had it since I switched to synthetic core strings.

    Reply
    • Violinist Zlata Brouwer

      Thanks for sharing, Nadeline, indeed good quality string can make a big difference.

      Reply

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