Seamless BOW CHANGES on the VIOLIN: Do’s and Don’ts | Violin Lounge TV #382

by | Sep 9, 2020 | Beautiful Tone, Bowing Technique | 6 comments

Play the violin better by doing this effective warm up routine before you practice! You'll learn bow hand, sound and scale exercises.

In this violin lesson you learn all about bowing smoothly:

  • Exact movements in your wrist and fingers to ensure smooth bowing
  • 2 ways seamless bow changes are taught and why they confuse you
  • Franco Belgian bow hold vs Russian bow hold
  • A mistake lots of players make when it comes to bowing and what holds them back without knowing
  • How to practice this, so you can get a great result!

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6 Comments

  1. Paul

    I would say that the explanation was great.
    I didn’t previously understand the movement right at the bow change.
    I’m still having 50% crunch at frog change..,,so I can move forward a bit more now

    Reply
  2. Mary olali

    Thank you teacher Zlata for the lessons I appreciate it
    Urmm…Im not so familiar with some of pieces and I’ll really love to play them please what should I do?

    Reply
    • Violinist Zlata Brouwer

      At what level are you playing? Maybe I can point you in the right direction?

      Reply
  3. Judith

    dankje wel Zlata!! Beetje gek dat in de vertaling wordt gesproken over “positie”wisseling ipv. snaar wisseling 🙂

    ik ga het even uitproberen!!

    p.s. waar ik het meeste moeite mee heb: spelen van snelle korte nootjes !! bijv. de snelle nootjes in het scherzo van Schubert 6e symfonie, maar ja, dat zal wel een kwestie zijn van héél véél oefenen ……….:-)

    groetjes Judith

    Reply

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