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Flesch,Carl: The Art of Violin Playing Bk.1
Flesch,Carl: The Art of Violin Playing Bk.1Flesch,Carl: The Art of Violin Playing Bk.1

Flesch,Carl: The Art of Violin Playing Bk.1

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Table Of Contents
Editor's Preface . iii E. Tone Production 62
Preface by Carl Flesch y i . General Remarks 62
Foreword by Anne-Sophie Mutter vii 2. The Point of Contact Between Bow and
String 62
General Outline of Topics 1 3. Defects in Tone Production 65
I. GENERAL TECHNIQUE 1 4. Dynamics 68
A. The Instrument 1 5. Errors in the Use of Dynamics 74
B. Body Posture 2 6. Tonal Studies 75
1. Position of the legs 2 7. Tone Colors 76
2. Holding the violin 3 8. Sound as a Means of Expression 77
3. Direction in which the Violin is Held 4 II. APPLIED TECHNIQUE 81
4. Head Position 4 An Overview 81
C. The Left Arm 5 A. Practicing in General 81
1. Position of the Left Arm 5 B. Practicing of General Technique 84
2. Intonation 7 1. Daily Exercises (Scale System) 84
3. Basic Motions of the Left Hand 10 2. Etude Material 91
4. String Changes (left arm) 11 C. Practicing of Applied Technique 95
5. Playing in Different Positions and Changing Positions 12 1. Fingerings in
General -
6. Vibrato 20 2. Fingerings from a Technical Point of View 96
7. The Basic Forms of Left-Hand Technique 24 3. Fingerings as Means of
Expression 130
D. The Right Arm 34 4. Fingerings in Relation to Tone Colors 133
1. General Remarks 34 5. Bowings 136
2. Holding the Bow 35 D. Practicing as a Tool for Learning 147
3. Use of the Bow 38 The "Hygiene" of Practice 158
4. Bow Change 41 E. Musical Memory 160
5. String Changes (right arm) 43
6. Bow Division and Bow Distribution 45 Appendix A - Photos 166
7. Long Strokes 46 Appendix B - Hand Diagrams 173
8. Short Strokes 49 Endnotes 175
9. Bouncing (Springing) and Thrown Bow Strokes 54 Index of Subjects 179
10. Mixed Bowings 59 Index of Names 185
Index of Music Examples 186