William Fitzpatrick - violin expert

Videos for Violinists: Moving Together

The basic of coordination

In this new short video, Prof. Fitzpatrick tells you about the basics of coordination between the right and left fingers, hands, and arms, which is too often overlooked.

Released on November 9, 2022

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Video Transcription

This is something I noticed that maybe is a bit obvious, but for me, I noticed that if I go from the E string to the G string with both my fingers and my bow, they follow each other. Who'd have thought that? I mean, it's really silly, but they really do. I don't know. From my point of view, maybe they should follow each other. Maybe not such a good idea to just move over with your fingers. Maybe it's a better idea to follow that each arm is following the other. Each side is mimicking the other. I don't know. That's what I think.
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