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Vibrato is a very tricky concept for beginners on the violin. To learn this technique the correct way, it is very important ...
to have consistent vibrato from frog to tip. This video shows a good exercise that you can learn to start learning vibrato.
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Vibrato Exercise on the Violin - Sound Waves
Hello welcome to www.violintutorpro.com and in the previous video on my YouTube channel, I included what is the introduction to vibrato and this video is actually going to give you an exercise how to practice vibrato. It would really, really help you to build consistency, okay? So I'll kind of show you what I mean. And the best thing to do at vibrato practice is to practice this way of scale. You don’t want to do this with a song right away because in a song, there’s sp much a lot things going on with a song or you just want everything be focused in on just the vibrato.
So let’s just demonstrate with a G major scale. So what I'm going to do is we’re going to play each note real slow. What we want to do is we want to have a wave, consistent wave vibrato in each and every bow stroke. So it is what I mean by this. So, the first note that was the G, can’t do much vibrato with that right? Only goes to the A. So I want you to do is play your A and your B flat one two. Okay I want you to make eight notes in one bow, so like this. That was eight notes.
So, we want to do the exact same thing with vibrato now. We want to keep the waves exactly consistent. So it’s very, very important and this will go really slow, if you’re just turning out. So this is kind of what I mean. So this is how you should, listen—the vibrato should sound. Even if it’s lower B. Can you see how it sounds exactly like I was playing one and two? I'm just doing the vibrato instead.
Remember the key is to move your arm down here form and because that’s moving your vibrato, your fingers are going to move in turn, just like this. But the reason why we do the waves is because we want from top to bottom, from the beginning of the notes to the end of the note. The vibrato would be consistent, okay? So we don’t want just how to spread it. Real consistency, you know, do this really, really slow. Now we could do that for each and every note, so the next note.
I think we had actually I actually don’t play like the very last note but you could, it’s little hard to that. See that everything sounds consistent okay? So as the keys I would go, we do a G major scale and go away all the way up to the E, the E2. Notice I’m using my fourth finger so that’s really important. That’s probably the hardest one to do, I will grab a, even if you can’t do it as well, still try because eventually starts to develop those muscles and those fingers, okay?
Great! So I would do that every single day. As much as you possibly can before you practice because eventually over time you’re going to start building those muscles like consistency. When you start doing faster, that same concept and is going sound like real vibrato. So you know that it’s going to stand from doing it slow and building the consistency. That’s very important to do that. If you have any question at all, feel free to contact me about vibrato because everyone learns differently, everyone kind of has a different questions about it but definitely this is my website too if you’re interested in learning different techniques in how to play the violin which is at www.violintutorpro.com. Hope to see you all there.