Been working on it a bit, still not pefct, and a couple of bad notes. Its also quite difficult changing from pythagorean to just intonation while changing to third position from first, as the finger has to shorten the interval as opposed to lengthening, so for me it feels that the fingers are not going were they are supposed to, also I find having to listen to the tartinii tones fairly hard but I am getting there.
@Fiddlerman - Thanks so much !
@stringy - well, for the most part I don't even have a clue what you are talking about! Amazing how every field has its own jargon - another learning curve to tackle, LOL. But, I did think your playing was really nice - I practice double stops a little here and there but think it will be awhile before it actually is added to anything I play...
Thanks mark, great tune for practicing all kinds of things.
Lindee, it sounds like a language of its own but really its just terms to describe simple things, well, not simple to do but simple in their concept:)
Thanks Emily, I have put a lot of work into this, very difficult but very satisfying, and like I said to Mark, excellent for learning lots of different things, even though, its a simple tune, its beautiful.
@Mouse - aww, thanks so much! I'm trying - TRYING - to lay a pretty good foundation of good intonation but, for sure, some days are better than others, LOL. thanks again, LinDee
I think you're doing well when it comes to intonation. On those days when it's "off" slow down and make sure you're putting your fingers where they're supposed to go and not just slapping them down any old which way on the strings. That was part of my problem, along with the tuner going wacko. Proper fingering along with good bowing is where it's at.