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It's not that bad .......
The man said........it is best to know how a note should sound so that there can be an accurate judgement, or correction, as needed ( i.e. mental vs. emitted pitch ).
"Kinaesthetic", I believe is all the motor skills needed to play a violin. (My personal guess is that violin playing is 60% acrobatic)
One very respected guru and teacher has his students learn their important pieces BEFORE ever attempting the piece on a violin !! That, I think, is "audiation".
Of course, the accuracy of mental vs. emitted pitch defines important talent for a violin player ( see also FM intonation game ).
One does not have to understand any of this to play but the violin itself has rules and takes no prisoners.
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