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Warming up.
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Aleive
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February 2, 2012 - 3:52 pm
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I just thought I would share a wonderful way to warm up for the intermediate-advanced players. It looks bizarre, but that is just because^^ Repeat this 5 times, and you are warmed up. 

 

And for learners it would be nice to use this as practice material^^page0001.jpgImage Enlarger

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Do the ties mean that all related notes are played under one bow ?   If not, then what ?

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I'm getting warm already.

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February 2, 2012 - 5:30 pm
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That's rigth Oliver. LOL
Good luck with that.....

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I have no idea about the terminology.. But they are supposed to sound consistent,yes 🙂 So smart bowing required 😛

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