Through the beautiful tone and melody of the violin, one can feel the infinite enthusiasm from a player. And if you don't have a good violin foundation and good skills for these beautiful music, no matter how much music you have in your heart, you can't express it through the instrument! Although the violin seems simple, the basics of the violin need to be practiced solidly and hard to have a good performance. The following are some of the problems encountered by beginner violinists with bows and bows in their right hands!
◈ When a beginner violin is carrying a bow, it is difficult to hold it steady…. The bow will vibrate when the bow is carried, and the vibrato will naturally be drawn, which makes the sound of the empty strings unclean, especially the middle half bow.
You may grasp the bow too hard, because the strength of grasping the bow cannot be very stable, so it will cause the phenomenon of shaking. Because of the position of the middle half of the bow, the elasticity of the bow is relatively soft, so this phenomenon will be particularly obvious.
When holding a bow, try to realize that the weight of the bow is placed on the violin, and the hand is just "drag" the bow and slide, not "grabbing" the bow, forcing the bow to go in a certain direction.
If we take a car as an analogy, the bow is the container that connects the container to the car, and the hand is the front of the car. The container is towed by the front of the car, not connected to the front of the car. If you grab too hard, your car will become a bus. rather than a linked car.
◈ When the bow is held, the strength is unstable and sometimes small, and it is difficult to understand in actual operation – the upper bow uses the index finger, and the lower bow uses the little finger to balance. I can understand what the teacher says, but it is difficult to understand the operation.
This problem is related to the above, because the force of grasping the bow is too large, so the force will be unstable. As long as the force is exerted, the force is unlikely to be stable, so try not to exert force, relying on the gravity of gravity itself (the weight of the bow or the hand of the hand) weight) to obtain a stable pressure.
◈ The bow cannot be stabilized near the eye of the piano, and it makes a bifurcation sound. When looking at the score, the bifurcation comes.
The bifurcation sound should also be the problem of holding the bow. If reading the music will affect the bow, you can first practice with the left and right hands separately. When practicing the left hand alone makes reading music and the left hand operate more smoothly, plus the right hand will have less problems. .
◈ My wrist is very stiff when I move the bow, it is hard to feel that my wrist is driving the bow, I can only feel that I use my big arm to draw the line without moving…
Wrist stiffness is partly a psychological obstacle, because a wrist has an active bow, which will give people the illusion that the bow is turning but not straightened. Therefore, beginners do not dare to straighten the bow. Moving too many joints on the body will cause the bow to not be straight.
Then another reason is that any joint, whether it is the wrist or the fingers, will still be relatively stiff at the beginning, because we usually don't use our hands like that, so we can use some special activities to help his movements change. be more flexible.
◈ The part where the right hand of the violin is holding the bow
The gesture of holding the bow is divided into two groups
The first is that the center of gravity is on the index finger, and the little finger hardly exerts force;
The second is that the center of gravity is on the middle finger, the fourth finger, and the little finger to help control the bow;
The ring finger is always placed on the bow naturally, without force