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Very well played KS! Nice to see you holding the fingers close to the finger-board(Naska your comments?). Is there any reason for keeping the index finger in the first position? You could have smiled at least at the end having done it well.
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Give me excess of it ..(William Shakespeare in Twelfth Night)
I like how You can play without bouncing with such tensed bow .. Wonderful!
Also i can suggest sevral things to make the right hand not so stiff - put the bow on the strings and hold it with only 2 fingers (thumb and middle) for a while. Then relax the hand completely and wave it up and down. Then put all the rest fingers on te stick and play full bow strokes for a while, concentrate only on relaxing your hand.. If You want to keep it relaxed make that excercise before every practice. It helped me. Though i'm still working on it too. My teacher is unhappy about my right hand. =)
Very well played KS! Nice to see you holding the fingers close to the finger-board(Naska your comments?).
Haha yep.. i'm always happy to see that others CAN do it. I keep working, i promise
Good work! How long have you been playing?
If I could offer an additional suggestion for bowing - if you can relax your 1st finger a little bit (outstretching it can help with this) so that the overall "grip" is more relaxed, I think you will reduce the tension in your arm. Maybe you're arm is not tense, but it looks that way to me 🙂
Keep it up!
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