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Soundpoints(Points of Contact) This Video is based on the methodes Kerstin Wartberg,Simon Fischer, Ivan Glamian, Carl Flesch Hello, Here is Jiyoung! Today we will learn about the soundpoints (points of contact) that can produce different tone colors, and how to produce resonant sounds from each soundpoint (contact point.) Shall we start? Bowing parallel to the bridge. In order to stay on the desired contact point, the bow must move absolutely parallel to the bridge. Let's practice moving our hand along the bow. The exercise requires an assistant who rests the bow on the string at the tip, holding it exactly parallel to the bridge. The player lightly runs his or her hand up and down the bow, which remains stationary. Keep the hand in bow-hold shape wherever it is on the bow, letting it change naturally from its shape when playing at the heel, to its shape when playing at the tip. Quality of sound The determining factors of sound quality in violin performance are bow speed and the amount of pressure applied to the stick. These two factors are strongly influenced by the String tensions at every specific distance from the bridge. For example, if you press on the string with your finger near the bridge, you can see that it is very tight and strong. Slow the speed of the bow and use heavy pressure in order to produce resonant sound in this part. If you press the string with your finger here, it feels loose and soft. The bow must move quickly and the amount of pressure must be reduced to produce a resonant sound. To make a beautifully resonant sound, you need to use the correct bow speed and proper pressure, adjusted to the tension of the contact point of the string. If you put too much pressure on the bow, the strings will vibrate to the side and scratch to prevent the resonance from being heard. Now let's listen difference between correct and incorrect bow speed and pressure. Play with correct bow speed and proper pressure Play with slow speed and heavily pressed bow contact! 5 Soundpoints (Points of Contact) Flesh and Galamian divided the area between the bridge and the fingerboard in to five different soundpoints (contact points.) Each point of contact has a different string tension, and the required bow speed and pressure for a good sound vary accordingly. Let's see how different each sound point(contact point) is. Soundpoint 5 At this point, the bow should be pulled quickly and with little pressure, as the string tension is low, and overpowering the bow can make an ugly sound. Soundpoint 4 Here the bow is still fast and light, but needs to be slightly slower and heavier than before. Soundpoint 3 The bow pressure is significantly heavier than on soundpoint 5. The bow speed must be somewhat slower again. Soundpoint 2 Sink the bow heavily into the string. The bow speed is much slower. Soundpoint 1. The bow pressure is extremely heavy. The bow speed is extremely slow. The peculiarities of thick and thin strings. In lower positions, the G and D stings are very thick, and do not respond easily when the bow is close to the bridge. Near the fingerboard, the A and E strings are too soft to be able to support any more than minimum pressure. If you don't consider the musical aspects of playing, the best Soundpoint (contact point) for each string is : G String Soundpoint 4 D String Soundpoint 3 A String Soundpoint 2 E String Soundpoint 1 Soundpoints (points of contact) when playing Chord When playing a strong chord, the lower strings need to be played a little bit further away from the bridge, while the higher strings need to be played a closer. If you play all of the notes at soundpoint 2, the lower two strings are easily scratched, while the higher two strings are easily distorted, if you play all the notes at soundpoint 4. If you exaggerate your movement to optimize the soundpoint (contact point), low strings are played on at soundpoint 4, and high strings at soundpoint 2. Soundpoint (Contact point) in High Position In high positions, squeeze the soundpoints closer together near bridge. The point of caution here is that as the string gets shorter the weight of the bow on the string must decrease. Therefore, the closer you get to the bridge, the more pressure you have to apply to the string, BUT when you play the high notes, you more must reduce the pressure and increase the speed of the bow Let's consider the characteristics of each stringexercise. and the points of contact in high positions, and try the next piece as an exercise. Today we learned about Soundpoints (contact points.) If you like, press the Link and Subscribe button and we'll meet again next time.