Zafar Haq wrote:Hi,Colin,
Thanks for your advice.
I watched Chu last month video.I'll pull my left elbow away from my body.It is not a comfortable feeling.I'll record another clip to observe the difference.
A small amount of bend is necessary at times but the further the wrist bends towards the inside of the forearm the more the tendons will be restricted.Ed Butler wrote:Colin - should your elbow be straight down, further away from the body or closer to the body. I have a similar bent wrist issue as Zafar and I am trying to work on having it more straight.
Colin Bullock wrote:Anyone thoughts on fingering the g starting second line of Sor (p50). From pattern of first line it would use a, but that is finger used for previous note.
I'm trying using i for the inner line so can rest that finger on the G at beginning of each barEd Butler wrote:Any thoughts on how to do the rests on line 3, first beat of each measure?
Hi Ed, I don't think the exercise is done completely right: the point here is to do muting and plucking at the same time.Ed Butler wrote:Slowing down the DAMP Exercise
Thank you, Zafar, for watching!Zafar Haq wrote:Hi, Andrei Puhach,
I watched,listen closely all your study assignments.
Good,audio,video,lighting posture quality.
If you tell more about your comment in your bonus exercise "I think the most important lesson I learned is combining free and rest strokes without changing the right hand position."It is good sounding exercise.It is also good for arpeggio practice.
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