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absolutely activity arm muscles arm-movements art of bowing art of tone-production beautiful Bow Change bow length bow lightly bow rests bow stick bridge CELLO change of bow change of finger chapter Cloth co-operation Crescendo Crown 8vo curve dead point difficulties diminuendo direction down-bow down-stroke drawing Duncan Terrace effect elasticity elbow ellipse exertion feel fingerboard force forearm forefinger freedom G String gradually hand and fingers holding the bow illustration joint keep knee lateral movement little finger lower ment middle finger motion move muscular musical natural passive perfect pianissimo play player position Post Free practice pressure produced Pronation and Supination push relaxed remain supple right angles roll shoulder sonorous tone sound Spiccato Staccato Steinhausen stiff wrist stiffen STRAD straight bowing string's vibrations Stringed Instruments stroke student swing thumb tion trembling ulna up-bow up-stroke upper arm VIOLIN violoncello weight whole arm whole length whole mechanism wrist joints