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Vibrato is a very important technique that is learned usually in the intermediate violin progression stages. Vibrato is tough ...
to learn at first but can really improve sound on the violin. This video introduces vibrato lessons. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Introduction to Vibrato on Violin
Hello, welcome to violintutorpro.com. Today we’re going to cover the concept called vibrato and this is an intermediate to advanced technique that is very helpful when playing the violin. Reason number one is because we play vibrato give a lot more lay way in playing notes and tune. You just try to nail each note without moving your fingers at all. It gives you not loud space to hit them right on. Vibrato is basically when you move your arm and in turn your fingers are going to go up and down the strings to make a vibrant sound.
So those vibrato, keep right into it right that sounds like this. You can see it sounds a lot prettier too when you do vibrato. This will take a while to master at least a couple of months to a year. It takes people even start doing it correctly. So make sure you stay patient with this. Now the same with starting out with vibrato is to know that it’s your form down here that’s powering the vibrato. Many people feel that all you have to do is move their fingers back and forth and that’s sufficient enough. What happens here, I’m not moving my finger at all. Since I’m moving my forearm here my fingers also moving at the same time without me even trying to move my finger. That’s kind of the concept there.
The key to develop good vibrato is developing the forearm down here and what that’s going to do is just going to keep things consistent and also give you more of a vibrant sound. There’s some techniques that will be on my You Tube channel on how to play vibrato correctly and definitely it will help out to check those out but this kind just gives you introduction to what vibrato is and where it’s done from and how topple. If you want to learn how to play a violin, please visit my website which is violintutorpro.com. Hope to see you all there.