The Playing Technique and Musical Performance of the Violin


Abstract


In the violin family, the violin belongs to the Chinese music instrument, is the first violin used in the violin family, compared with the violin, the cello size is larger, but there is no fixed size, so there will be uncertainty when playing. In the shape structure, the violin and violin are similar, which also makes the two in the bow, finger playing skills are similar. For the tone, the violin is not as brilliant as the violin, not as thick and powerful as the cello, but because of the full, thick and so on and irreplaceable, can give the audience a harmonious, warm feeling. This paper studies the playing technique and musical performance of the violin, hoping to provide reference advice for the relevant practitioners.


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