Why your VIOLIN VIBRATO suddenly STOPS working when you play a piece | Violin Lounge TV #379
So you’ve learned vibrato… and you’ve learned your music… but now your vibrato suddenly fails!?
Here are some practice tips:
Why is it so hard to apply your vibrato in the music you play?
Learning vibrato from scratch?
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Learning vibrato on the violin is just the first step. You can do vibrato when you focus on just that.
The next step is to automate your vibrato, so you can focus on the music while doing vibrato.
Certainly in a new piece, your focus must be on the piece and your vibrato should almost run on autopilot. That’s of course except for the nuances in your vibrato that give your piece expression.
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Here’s the REAL reason why we play violin etudes
Etudes close the gap between the new techniques you learn and pieces. They put technique in a musical context.
After you practiced vibrato on long notes in different tempi and rhythms, these etudes could be helpful: