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Inherent Qualities of the Bow and their Application
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action alternating anti-clockwise arpeggio axis backward curves backward ellipse balanced becomes beginning bow length bowing curves bowing movements bridge Chap chapter conscious crookedness curved movement cycle Cyclegraph Diag double-string elasticity elbow joint example figure eight finger joints fingerboard forearm rotation forward curves forward ellipses forward loops four strings four-string fourth fingers fulcrum G string Graph 12 Graph 29 grip hairs hand harmonics hinge-joint inch legato lever lifted method middle motion study move movement round muscles necessary open strings passage path patterns performance pivoting movements place of contact player playing position possible pressure produced pronation pupil quavers result reverse rotary round the strings scale second finger semiquavers sensation shoulder joint shows side single bows single-string slight slightly slurred solid staccato speed stick string changes stroke supple swing teacher thumb tone track ulna upper arm vibration violin violinist whole arm whole bows wrist and finger wrist joint