Principles of Left Hand and Finger Action (1970s)

This film provides a detailed demonstration of proper hand and finger placement and technique for playing the violin. It emphasizes the importance of balance, leverage, and flexibility in the left hand, as well as the positioning of the thumb. Different hand positions and finger angles are showcased, with examples from various violinists. The film emphasizes the need for individual adaptation and the influence of music requirements on hand placement. The goal is to achieve a balanced and efficient left hand technique to produce clear and articulate tones.
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