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  1. Update! The first one is from Caprice No.1 from 36 Caprices for Violin, Op.3 by Federigo Fiorillo! The second one is from Study No.26 from 42 Studies by Rodolphe Kreutzer! Finally found them!
  2. @GoPractice Yes! Yes! Yes! Theoretical analysis suits me for memorizing Bach! Thank you for outlining the Corrente.
  3. Thanks all. I'll try your suggestions TMR! I feel full of power now!
  4. @violinnewb Thanks! I'll try listening while reading the sheet and humming it.
  5. Hi! I'm learning the Corrente from Violin Partita No.2, BWV 1004 by Johann Sebastian Bach. It's like a maze to me! I find it difficult to memorize; how do you guys do it? Thank you
  6. Hi. I'm trying to make a progressive repertoire building plan. I see from this list of Violin Solos, there is the Variations on "God Save the Queen" by Henryk Wieniawski. And it does not refer to the Variations on ''God Save the King'', Op.9 by Niccolò Paganini, as it is also included in the list. Of course, I'm still working on the fundamental Johann Sebastian Bach, but I hope to make sure even the information on the hardest solo pieces are clear. Thank you
  7. Hi. I use flat bow hair as default. My teacher wants me to tilt the bow for a certain movement. Yet, awkwardly I am struggling [analyzing every decision, as usual] on whether tilting the bow by: 1) rolling the bow with fingers 2) by bending the wrist [keeping the same bow grip] Which way is smarter? Why? Thank you
  8. I'll use "L5" as the fastest bow motion the instrument can tolerate, i.e. almost on the fingerboard. Thank you for explaining.
  9. So do you recommend "L5" as neaerest to fingerboard or bridge? Because I also use numbers to represent bow speed and bow pressure to remind myself, which "S5" and "P5" are the highest and fastest. (As the number is larger)