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Michael O'Gieblyn

Shifting, With a Measure of Humor

July 30, 2013 at 2:50 AM

Sometimes the most difficult technical problems have simple solutions: "Just relax," "start from the string," "let gravity do the work."

Other times, the solutions just require a lot of practice.

And in this case, the solutions are just so ridiculous, you have to see them to believe them.

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Michael from Violinexcerpts.com and Matt Kiefer go through three problematic areas from the cadenza to Tchaikovsky's violin concerto, the opening of Don Juan by Richard Strauss, and E-Flat arpeggios.

Watch the video on YouTube by clicking here

Our advice might not be the best recommendations you've ever heard. But hopefully they will bring a smile to your face.
Be Well and Practice Well (and maybe not with your thumb)
-Michael O'Gielbyn

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