In Monday's lesson, my teacher used the example of a hen sitting on her eggs to illustrate the contact of bow and string, and a caterpillar or a worm for shifting. For relaxation and fast, targeted left hand action, one of my teachers in the past used a cat as an example.
There must be many more beautiful examples of animal metaphors in string teaching. Anyone?
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