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Should i move my ankle upwards when changing string for G note or does it have to do with the wrist. Are there any videos or exercise that'll help me in improving my notes when playing this particular section. It gets all random and i miss some notes like coming back straight to D instead of C. I can do it slowly but as i increase my pace it starts to make annoying notes in between. Anyone familiar with this piece who could help? I lack the consistency of playing CGCD same way four times.
umm i don't know exactly the movement but it's the one david garett plays
So do I! You should definitely listen to him playing Summer presto four seasons. Spring Four seasons is very nice as well. It's amazing how you can understand what the composer is thinking while writing it down and the feeling, that's perfectly illustrative of the different seasons, is very light heartening.
haha my topic does say Winter four seasons, umm i know about the left hand, i'm asking for string crosinng practice i.e bow exercses to change strings quickly. Moreover as far left hand is concerned when i raise my 2 finger their is an extra note that comes out of me getting my finger up! I guess i'll just have to keep practising:P But thanks for replying
Ah yes, that great aural illusion
@coolpinkone - you'd need to make 4 quilts - one for each season
It's Mr Jim:) I can't seem to play it:( Can you?
@violony - I don't find a problem with it.
You could simplify things a bit. Have a look here : I made up a little isolation exercise for you - it's exactly the same bowing, just starting on a open A instead of on C in 2nd position. See how you go with that :
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