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How to Play in Tune with the Fourth Finger on the Violin or Viola

Zlata Brouwer

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Published: February 4, 2014 at 11:58 AM [UTC]

Robyn writes in response to the Pinky Training Program:
LOL yes, I have 4th finger phobia! I am not afraid to use my (left) pinky, but every day when I practise it seems to want to go to another place. I will be too sharp, or too flat, and even if I correct this, the next day it is off on it's own journey again. Frustrating!
Thanks again for another informative video Zlata

In this video I will tell you how to play in tune with the fourth finger on the violin or viola:

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