A musical tutorial on how to play main pitch of violin!
The art of playing violin is a unique performing art, its timbre is light and pleasant, refreshing, it is like a beautiful singing voice that sounds in ears. Therefore, in basic practice of intonation on violin, preparatory practice should be mentioned first of all. Preparatory practice does not refer to preparatory actions for each practice, but to analysis of factors affecting intonation and generalization of target exercises.
Pitch is "soul" and "life" of violin, it is an eternal theme that accompanies whole process of learning to play violin, and also most difficult problem to overcome. In process of playing violin, musicians, especially beginners, often find that melody they play is not very pleasant, and problem lies in intonation.
1. The practice of scales is foundation of fixed pitch.
We say we should practice scales every day and goal is to align every note. For most amateur and aspiring violinists, most touching and perfect melodies are ones they love to practice and play most, and boring scales may be least favorite to practice. In fact, insisting on practicing scales is simplest and most direct way to establish and solidify abstract position of pitch in your heart. In many cases, stepwise appearances or partial appearances of scales can appear as melodies in violin music. In all violin works, these magnificent fast passages and difficult cadences are combinations of different scales. At same time, scale also builds frame of hand and develops tactility of fingers better.
2. Relaxation of body. Breath control can effectively regulate state of muscles to reach balance point of relaxation. The reason is very simple, musculature of respiratory system directly affects muscles of shoulders and upper limbs. If breath lacks control over muscles, it will affect whole performance, especially in terms of musical expression and some very technical ones are more pronounced in piece.
3.Good intonation depends on accurate and dexterous movements of left hand. When learning to play violin, it is necessary to pay attention to correct shape of hand. Under normal conditions, left hand is semi-circular, and 1st finger and 4th finger should maintain an accurate four-degree ratio. 4 fingers The height from strings is about same, in state of waiting at a low height, and nails are almost in a straight line facing your face. The distance between fingers should at any time be adjusted throughout tone and semitone. Open (two semitones apart).