Right Arm & Hand
These exercises for the bow hand help develop and refine essential techniques and control, focusing on things like dexterity, precision, and fluidity. The bow hand is responsible for producing a wide range of tones, dynamics, and articulations on the instrument, making it a focal point for expression.
These four articles focus on the concept of using circular motions in bowing techniques to improve improve sound quality, fluidity, and relaxation in their playing of the violin.
These articles cover violin technique, including bow angle and "scything" for better sound, utilizing sounding point and bow speed for emotional expression, improving rhythm control, and exploring mixed bowings for phrasing and tempo variations.