[SLF: 0] Sliding The Left-hand Fingers
Here’s a five-lesson mini-course on sliding the left-hand fingers.
Why learn sliding?
Sliding is another way to make your fiddling sound more like fiddling. I bet you’ll have fun learning this cool effect.
It’s a good way to prepare for vibrato.
Who should do these lessons?
If you are a beginner, I recommend that you don’t practice sliding just yet. It’s important to establish good intonation before learning this.
Preliminary steps (suggested):
- Make it to at least Module 2.4 in the intermediate course.
- Take my How To Play In Tune course.
Of course, if you start to learn sliding before doing the preliminary steps, your fiddle won’t explode. I only suggest this because I don’t want you to get discouraged doing something too advanced. I want you to succeed! What is success? Playing every day with full mind and heart…
[SLF: 1] Introduction To Sliding On The Fiddle
[SLF: 2] Adding Slides to Tune Phrases
[SLF: 4] Super-Fun Sliding Exercises
[SLF: 5] The Chromatic Scale Will Help You Slide
One response to “[SLF: 0] Sliding The Left-hand Fingers”
This tune sounds like it might be one to practice slides with.
I have the standard notation for it and it doesn’t look too complicated.