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Menuhin's guide to the violin

The legendary violinist explains his theories on the skills of playing

In this important series on violin playing, the great violinist, who often struggled with his own technique, explains his thinking about the mechanics of performing. The principles he includes are: economical use of energy; smooth turnings between different directions; anticipation; rounding corners; elasticity; strength; and speed. A fascinating insight.

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