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fingerboard

the long strip of hard wood on a violin, guitar, or related stringed instrument upon which the strings are stopped by the fingers
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Her drawings of theatrical productions explore the conditions of ensemble movement, while the musicians' cohort fascinates in the way it shows gesture necessarily bound to the physical requirements of a given instrument: the low-slung mound of dark lines describing the hands of the piano virtuoso Martha Argerich as they moved over the keys during a performance of a Beethoven concerto, for example, or the traces of Hill Greene's interaction with the body of his upright bass condensing into a starburst topped by the long stem of the instrument's fingerboard.
* Hang a fingerboard on a wall where employees can do pull-ups.
5-10 Minutes Before and After A quick rub-down of the guitar body with a soft cloth, concentrating on the top, the neck and the fingerboard before playing, ensures that you have a clean guitar to play.
If a teacher has a question about intonation, they can look at the various subtopics including the octave hand frame, fingerboard mapping and use of overtones.
Whether you are already a gigging jazz guitarist or new to the art of playing jazz, provided you know your way around the guitar fingerboard this course is for you!
I sat right behind Nicola Benedetti and saw a highly-skilled performer so concentrating but equally relaxed, perfectly upright along the spine, bowing arm precisely controlled, without tension and rich tone.Allexei Grynyuk was the pianist of sweeping precision and also, looking up from the fingerboard of his cello, wringing every ounce of emotion from his body and music, was Leonard Elschenbroick.
The "violin arc "refers to the neck of a violin which has been perfected over many years of refinement to facilitate smooth and accurate motions for complete command of the violin fingerboard, i.e.
He assisted his student with intonation by re-setting the left hand to the position where each finger could comfortably and easily reach and press the fingerboard.
The stringless fingerboard is signed, in English and Korean, by the artist Nam June Paik.
The D Mahogany features mahogany neck, back and sides, an alpine spruce soundboard and katalox fingerboard and bridge.
Nevertheless, intensity can be prescribed as a percentage of the generated maximal force during special preparatory strength exercises on a fingerboard because for each hold or lath the maximal force can be calculated (i.e.
The action is high at the far reaches of the fingerboard and this makes the playing of some pieces difficult.