Basic Technique For Playing Violin
Violin is one of the fun and beautiful instruments to play. Studying violins takes a long time to become proficient, but with great patience, discipline, and passion, as well as by watching you are the reason cover. These steps are the basic technique for playing the violin.
– Tighten your bow. Once you have set up your music and music sheet buffer, open the violin box and grab your bow. The bow hair should be in a sagging state. Tighten the arc hair by turning the end of the screw clockwise until the distance between the stick and the hair is wide enough to pass a pencil easily from end to end.
– Set your violin tone. Put your bow aside for a moment and remove the violin from the box. The strings, in order of the lowest to the highest tones, must be set to G, D, A, and E. The main adjustment is done by rotating the adjustment peg located on the head of the violin, but if the tone is slightly less precise, use small players made of metal near the violin tail, called a fine tuner, to tune the tone more precisely. Once you are satisfied with the tone, put your violin back into the open violin box for a while.
– Refine your hand position. Place your hands on the top of the violin neck and grasp the violin with the head of the violin away from you. Hold your violin steady by placing the side of your thumb on the neck of the violin, allowing for the other four fingers to move along the fingerboard, the black plate covering the front of the violin neck.
– Practice the scales. A tone is a series of notes up and down in a tone pattern (usually 8, sometimes 5) starting from a tone and ending in the same tone but with a higher or lower version. The easy (and useful) tone for beginners is the D major scale, which begins on the open D string.
It takes a lot of practice to master the pressure and placement of the fingers so that your fingers produce clear notes on the fingerboard. Start with your most powerful finger, index finger. Use the tip of his finger only, press the highest strings (E string) strongly. You do not have to press as hard as you do on the guitar; just press as usual but firmly.