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Unformatted text preview: 1. Thumb crunches thumb bend in and out. 2. Simulate the bowing motion. Beginning bow hold 1. Suzuki beginning bow hold 2. Rolland beginning bow hold Bow hold Eventually the students bow hold will be made at the frog. Repeat the above activities with the bow hold at the frog. The middle finger rests on the metal clip or ferrule. Additional recommended activities: 1. Demonstrate the bow hold on the students extended finger so that the student can feel the correct weight and lack of tension required in a good bow hold. 2. Have the student form the bow hold on the teachers finger so that the teacher can feel the shape, weight, and lack of tension in the students hand. 3. Bow holds are in constant motion and should not remain in a stationary position. Implement flexibility exercises from the beginning. 4. Have the students right hand ride the bow to encourage flexibility....
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course MUS 363 taught by Professor Macleod during the Spring '08 term at UNC Greensboro.
- Spring '08