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Two Octave G Chromatic Scale for Violin
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Fiddlerman
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November 8, 2011 - 6:43 pm
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Learn to play the G Chromatic Scale two octaves on the violin. The chromatic scale is a musical scale with twelve pitches, each a half-step (semitone) apart. This particular example is done using the fingered chromatic rather than sliding half steps and make for faster chromatics in the end. Make sure to keep the fingers very close together unless you have very skinny fingers in which case you can have slightly more distance between. Use your ears for intonation and practice slowly at first, paying special attention to the shifts and changes over to the open strings.

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