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A very even and smooth legato bowing is required with perfect mastery of round string changing.
The must be no abruptness to spoil or disrupt the phrasing. In the first dancla etudes and in general keep the dancla etudes with the 2nd finger. The 1st finger must also be kept down all the time as this is the "anchor" finger.
Again leave the 1st finger of the left hand down, and play half a bar per bow in order to master dancla etudes right hand. Keep the speed of the bow constant in dancla etudes legato studies. Be especially careful not to accelerate the bow at the heel or the tip, before changing direction.
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Indeed dancla etudes bow must actually slow down before changing direction. Distribute the notes with the left hand perfectly so that the whole bow is used. When bowing with one bar per bow, dancla etudes bow should therefore be at the middle half way through the bar.
Even bowing is vital. Play with extreme lightness in the left hand finger action, as this is the successful route to an agile technique. Lightness and deftness in position changing is also a technique to be mastered dancla etudes.
This type of study in which the dancla etudes of legato bowing must not be forgotten is perfect for warming up left hand fingers quickly, with delicacy and sensitivity.
Dancla, 15 Etudes Op. 68 for 2 Violins (Peters)
Always dancla etudes the hand if you have over worked or forced the finger action. Never force the vertical dropping of the left hand. This will help keep the right hand forearm only into play throughout the study.
An overall impression of evenness and continuity must prevail dancla etudes the piece.
Keep the left hand 2nd 3rd and 4th fingers very light, dancla etudes the first finger must be firmly anchored to the board to help free the upper fingers. Furthermore, the dancla etudes in music-making is increased as every piece has its own characteristic, appearing not like a study but rather like a performance capriccio which could be played as an encore, for example.
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The present edition is based on the presumed first edition of dancla etudes Parisian publisher S. Richault plate number Note the inclusion of the saxes after bassoon for this band work. Note also that the separate euphonium part is attached to trombone with dancla etudes plus sign.
For orchestral music, saxes are at the end see Saxophones below.