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  1. Yes, both the marked one and the one in the question are minor 6ths. So you think A♭ should be higher (than in Pythagorean) in order to form a Just minor 6th with the C. why? *the accompaniment is playing D F A♭ C A♭ is the 5th of the chord, so it's less important than C?
  2. Yes. Some people can just find the correct sound by listening, but some are not so good at that or need some extra guidance to confirm we're going in the right direction (like me)
  3. How am I superior if I can't even play those double stops in tune
  4. Of course, it would be a fudge to calculate this for all double stops, but I have horrible intonation for double stops, so I try to find the correct spot by using this method. For the open strings, Perfect 5ths are the same in both Pythagorean and Just (I made a chart)
  5. Hi. I understand we playing double stops Using Just intonation instead of Pythagorean, but sometimes I have no clue which notes compromises which note... for example, from 1st Movement from Violin Concerto No.1, Op.26 by Max Bruch: Photo 1 (I hope this is correct): There are three double stops. D&B♭, C&A, B♭&G. D&B♭: D is an open string, so B♭ should be played higher (than in Pythagorean) in order to form a Just minor 6th with the D. C&A: A is an open string, so C should be played higher (than in Pythagorean) in order to form a Just major 6th with the A. B♭&G: G is an open string, so B♭ should be played higher (than in Pythagorean) in order to form a Just major 6th with the G. *I compromise non-open string pitch-classes to the open string ones because this allows sympathetic vibration (the point at which the note is exactly on pitch, the open string with same letter name vibrates freely) Photo 2 (I have no clue): Analyzing the double stop with the up-bow mark: There is one double stop, C&A♭. Neither of them is open string pitch-class, so none of them allows sympathetic vibration; should I play a higher A♭ or a lower C (than in Pythagorean) in order to form a Just minor 6th? And why? Thank you P.S. the piece is in G minor
  6. tchaikovsgay

    Hahn Pizzicato

    I tried 3rd phalanx and it feels really good I feel like Hilary Hahn :3
  7. tchaikovsgay

    Hahn Pizzicato

    I have an opposite tendency
  8. tchaikovsgay

    Hahn Pizzicato

    No I'm really having a hard time switching between arco and pizzicato... this might be a smart cure
  9. tchaikovsgay

    Hahn Pizzicato

    what does it mean in English?
  10. tchaikovsgay

    Hahn Pizzicato

    I can't turn a page with only one finger :3
  11. Of course it's not me in the photos!! He's playing Ysaye Sonata No.3!!!!!!!!!!
  12. I realize the E string side of the bridge is a lot lower than the G string side. I remember the luthier told me this prevents the strings from being too high from the fingerboard, which causes the string being hard to press.
  13. I see, I should be able to change the angle without affecting the bow hold; there's an appropriate angle for each string and each double stop, 7 angles total, but not cast in stone