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The video is based on the methods of Kerstin Wartberg, Mimi Zweig, Simon Fischer, and Dorothy Delay. Hello, here is Florin. Today we will do our 2nd Shifting video. We will practice certain shifting exercises, some taken fromSevcik, with a wonderful piano accompaniment. Have Fun! Do you remember the tapping exercise from the Vibrato Video for first finger joint flexibilty? Practice tapping and shifting together, so that the flexibility of the first joint in our index finger and the flexibility of our thumb can grow and develop together. Make sure to relax both your thumb and fingers and go! Shifting is the combined movement of the whole hand and arm, including the fingers and thumb. Be Careful! If your elbow is stiff, your fingers and entire hand will not move freely. Let's listen to the comparison between a stiff elbow and a relaxed elbow. Relaxed elbow stiff elbow Now let's practice swinging the elbow to release tension and stiffness. Light finger pressure, like that used to play harmonics (flagolets), helps us with shifting. Let's play this beautiful piece and practice both our elbow swing and harmonics. Play with your fingers and elbows relaxed. This is a song that goes very well with the " Evening Sunset " I played at the end of the last video. Shifting Too Fast Dorothy Delay would give her students the following example, which often led to an immediate improvement in their shifting: „Shifting too quickly is like driving into your garage at 90mph. If you shift too fast, what is likely to happen to the car and the garage?“ The next two exercises that I learned attending Professor Mimi Zweig's seminar are very helpful to my students. With the combination of elbow swinging and harmonics that we just practiced, we can play the same note in first position, then in a position two octaves higher on the string below. By playing the scale going up, and then playing pizzicato with your left hand's fourth finger, his exercise helps you find the correct place to play after a shift. The post-shift pizzicato helps keep your left hand in a correct position, without allowing you to distort your hand´s shape as you shift. Steal time The short amount of time required to shift needs to be 'stolen' from the end of the note prior to the shift. If that note is played to its full length, there will be no time to shift without arriving too late. Let's practice Sevcik with " stolen " intermediate notes, and a beautiful piano accompaniment. Today, We talked about shifting exercises and played Sevcik with a piano accompaniment written by David Andruss. Let's meet again next time! If you like the video, don't forget the " Like " and " Subscribe " buttons.