One, triplet and the same rhythm to control the bow speed——-A1
In the last issue of the repertoire about the third level, we have already understood the triplet, and we also know that the length of the three notes of the triplet is exactly the same, but why do we want to explain it here? Let's take a closer look, the first two notes of the triplet of the A1 track are bowed with the same bow, and the third note is quickly returned to the bow with the upper bow. Repeat the bow once. So the difficulty is that the speed of returning the bow is accelerated, but the bow pressure cannot be increased to ensure that the first two notes of the slurred bow and the third note of the separate bow are produced under the same bow length.
Therefore, as shown in the video demonstration, it is necessary to ensure that the rhythm of the triplet is stable, but also to ensure that the triplet has no accent.
In addition, the rhythm transition from the sixteenth note to the triplet also needs to be paid attention to, and it needs to be carefully practiced with the help of a metronome
2. Renton Bow ———A2
Continuous bow is to use the bow to play two or more notes one by one in one direction. The performance of this bow is to press the bow with the index finger, push the bow with the arm with relaxation and elasticity, plus small movements of the wrist and Press and release the index finger together to produce a continuous sound. It should be noted that the fingers of the left hand should coordinate well with the pressure action of the right index finger, and the pressure action of the right hand and the pressing of the left finger must be aligned at the same time: this kind of bow is mostly played in the upper half of the bow, and it can also be played in other bow sections.
We have seen ligaments and stun bows (there is a point directly above the note), but we should pay more attention to those with both ligament and stun bow marks. So in fact, we can simply understand the playing method. The two sounds have the same bowing direction, but they have to be disconnected. And the track A2 also has rhythmic difficulties, 'the first eight and the last sixteen', that is, the rhythm pattern of dotted eighth notes followed by sixteenth notes, which is very common, but the sixteenth notes are often used in performance. The notes are drawn too long.
The teacher of SMR Music here advises everyone to practice. as demonstrated in the video
First of all, let's split the understanding, an eighth dotted note is equivalent to three sixteenth notes, so our duration length can be sung as 123/1. Dotted eighth notes are sung three beats. Plus a sixteenth note.
Secondly, when we pick up the piano to practice, we can first use the empty strings to find a good rhythm feeling, and then add notes
Three, unison intonation————A3
Many friends who learn the piano underestimate the intonation here. In fact, when there are unisons, it is the easiest to find small differences in intonation. But for the continuous G here, we can compare it with the open string of the G string.