How to Hold the Violin-violin lesson with jazz violin teacher Christian Howes





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Published on Jul 5, 2011

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How to hold the violin is a controversial subject, This video gives a simple and compelling argument for the best way to support the violin without causing pain, and enabling the best violin sound production. the best way to support the violin is to use your left arm to create an opposing force to the downward pressure of the bow. Using the neck to support the violin is a common mistake many violinists make, diminishing balance, strength, flexibility, and facility, and causing pain.
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