Note reading tips. Switching between strings with the left arm.

توضیح مختصر: Learn some shortcuts on how to remember the notation easier. Discover the importance of preserving the same frame of the fingers on each string.

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These are the notes on a string. It’s very easy to remember them since they are the first letters of the alphabet A B C D E A is the open string B is the first finger. C-Sharp is the second high finger D’s the third and it’s the forefinger. Now you will notice that the violin is tuned in such a way that when you start putting your fingers down and when you run out of fingers when you have no more fingers to put on the string while it’s the next open string the forefinger plays exactly the same page as the next open string. Or looking at it backwards. That means that once you learn the open strings on the violin you have also learned all the notes we play with the forefinger on the lower string for example. This is then he E-Strings on the note. You can also note with the forefinger on same with open A and forefinger on the string open D and forefinger on G string. So it’s a good idea to start with learning the names of the open strings and then learning there are places on the music staff here that are G D A B and you know you’re probably quite familiar with them. After the open string oversizing we did hear it for some reason you still have trouble remembering them. Here are a few ideas that will help you do this. First note that there own spaces. None of them falls on a line. They all fall on a space second. Some people prefer to start learning the notes on one string only and work on it for at least a week. For example start with a string and learn the names of the notes there. Don’t worry about the other strings. Once you feel very comfortable with all the notes on a move to g the notes on G are almost the same ending the g a step lower. So it’s G A B C D and other option of course is to use the popular acronyms. Every Good Boy Does Fine and face the notes on the lines. R E G B D ass. Which can be remembered as the phrase Every Good Boy Does Fine and the notes in the spaces are as a C which spells the word. FACE. Even if you don’t know the names of the notes at the beginning don’t worry you will still be able to play the songs that you are going to learn soon. However if you practice your music reading skills regularly you’ll be surprised how easy it is to remember them. The important part is to memorize them in groups and not trying to learn them as single notes. It is much easier to remember four groups of four or five notes as opposed to 16 or 20 different notes. As we add more songs you have a chance to improve your note reading even by simply glancing through the sheet music that accompany them. So to wrap it up now that we learn the notes on a string I encourage you to play all sorts of combinations between them and also play on different strings as you switch from one string to the other. Pay attention to the fingers keep exactly the same and go exactly the same frame no matter which string they press. What changes is the position of the elbow which moves in when we play on the lower strings on G String for example and moves out when we go to the heart strings. It’s not a huge change but just enough so we can preserve the same position of the fingers. So once we learn this position on one string we only transfer it to the next without the need of really learning a new position there.