I have recently decided to take my violin playing alot more seriously, (currently working for Grade 8).
I am a good learner and I pick up things quickly, the only major thing holding me back is my technique.
After reading through many archives for advice on technical problems, the answer seems to be practice a study or etude of some kind.
My Teacher usually tells me to practice scales/arpeggios and pieces; which probably won't help me in the long term.
I was wondering if anyone could recommend a book of etudes/studies that isn't too advanced, (considering my standard) and covers a large variety of different techniques/bowing etc.
If its any use I have Kinsey's book 3, but I don't find it much help.
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