I realize that there is no "quick" way to improve bad intonation; no one technique that will fix your intonation for good.
But I'm wondering if people have tips to improve intonation, out of context of a piece. I have heard that practicing thirds helps intonation and I am interested in hearing other tips like that.
Additionally, feel free to share intonation tips for difficult passages within a piece/ within the context of a piece, rather than just general tips for helping intonation.
I am mainly interested in seeing what different types of ideas people suggest, because I know there are many knowledgeable people on violinist.com.
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