10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UP-BOW»
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Picture Yourself Playing Violin: Step-by-Step Instruction ...
Remove all fingers, and roll to the D string to play a long down bow Open D.
Quickly set your 1“, Low 2, and 3'“ fingers to play a long up bow G that is staccato
slurred to a long up bow Low 2 F. To do this slur, play the first long up bow, stop
String Builder, Bk 3: Teacher's Manual
When playing the colle up-bow, start with the fingers straight, and as the bow
leaves the string in the direction of the up-bow, the fingers become curved. The
bow travels above the string about two inches. Play any scale in slow quarter
Jazz Composition and Orchestration
How many notes can be played within a down-bow or an up- bow? Very
approximately, the following scale prevails: at a moderately slow tempo (eighty
quarter notes per minute) string instruments can play two measures in one bow at
pp, one ...
The Harvard Dictionary of Music
During the down-bow, indicated by the sign in Ex. 1 , the hand moves away from
the violin; during the up-bow [Ex. 2], the hand moves toward the violin. Care must
be taken to equalize the naturally stronger down-stroke and the weaker ...
Bach and the Baroque: European Source Materials from the ...
The natural dynamic of a note or passage played on a down bow will be f> p; the
natural dynamic of a note or passage played on an up bow will be p < f. However,
the shift of balance in the modern bow makes it easier for the player to put ...
The Art of Cello Playing: A Complete Textbook-method for ...
Most string players seem to find the up-bow staccato more easily executed than
the down-bow staccato. The development, in fact, of an articulate, well -controlled
down -bow staccato can become quite a showpiece or conversation piece!
Picture Yourself Playing Cello: Step-by-Step Instruction for ...
String players use the terms down-bow and up-bow to describe these bow-
strokes. In a down-bow stroke, the bow begins near the frog and moves outward (
to the right). In an up-bow stroke, the bow begins somewhere out toward the tip
Play short up-bow. Stop. 3. Move bow to A. Lift 3rd. Play another short up-bow.
The volume should be the same for both notes. EXERCISE: Fingering and string
crossing (2nd measure) 1 . Put 3rd on A. Put bow on lower tape on A. 2. Play
A Performer's Guide to Seventeenth-Century Music
Francesco, in addition to his short commentary on bowing issues, provides
examples of bowed passages in which he marks “T” (tirare, to pull) for the down-
bow and “P” (pontare, to push) for the up-bow. His bowings, all in relation to
Jeffery Kite-Powell, Stewart Carter, 2011
Violin For Dummies, 2nd Edition
3. Continue your down-bow until you've bowed all the way to the tip. 4. Stop the
bow briefly at the tip, and then begin an up-bow while finger I is still playing on
the A string. 5. Stop the bow on the string when you arrive at the middle of the
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «UP-BOW»
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Studio Skillset – Guitar and Bass Setups Part 1: Neck Adjustment …
If it's set too loosely, providing too much relief, you'll end up with a neck that bows toward the pull of the strings (known as “up-bow”), leaving us with action that is ... «SonicScoop, Sep 11»