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I came across this beautiful little melody know as Eyecatch. The sheet;
I noticed something weird when I looked up the tunes. The first three I don't get, then the 4th one is a B. Is the three first combination notes or is it for five string violin? Can someone please explain this for me?
'Armed with theory, practice becomes meaningful. Through practice, theory becomes fulfilled.' - Egon von Neindorff.
this piece is in EbM and the notes you don't understand are on the E string. As you keep going up higher on the E string the notes are E open FGABCDEFGA.
the beginning of this piece is C D Eb Bb C C D Eb C F Eb Eb Bb Ab G Bb F Bb.
You do this by playing in 3rd position.
Here is a link to the fingering chart for 3rd position.
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