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.Ex. as In fx"-lnple I.f De 9 cending. ~""-4--~-3-2--b-!"'1 r rEt . Retain werght of both is felt simultaneously while bQWing EXAMPLE the )'I. while che hand moves Into uppO!r and lower neighboring pcstt ions. ra'$C the [. Place [""Ttll fin. EXAMPLE Ill.. constant on the fourth fingel'.. so that the 1 r If ~ 4 to be phlced in posit ion to play the B. THE FRANKE :3 METHOD. a~ in Ex... pressure On D lift the second and third finger!: mfficicntly . m.g the third finge:r over to play tire C... in ih e upper nHghbOl'inS pootil-ion..AMPLEli. on the' fourth finger while placing the string. several indications in. COMBINATION OF TECHNIQUES. Keep pressure By raising the left elbow slightly. EXAMPLE IV. that tbe third (ingeT is opposite the Fourth. Ex. and extend the second. so that in po~itio" to play the C~.. IV "7'*r ~ A to aHow Ille first riDge.he strin."'" placed the !lest on the rtdng.-.g.In editing this volume. whil~ extcndiag postt ion. 11 EXAMPl. IV 2 .. 'The thumb ~remai!1S in "lace. the other fingers Is Ie It On the string simultaneously.e is now being moment bowed.E i. Retain pre ssure on the Hrsl flrlte. In order to help the student. In E:Kample l. s:<me technique is used WIth tho! a lt ernate lingering. :EXAMPLE TV.:+""l " A ¥¥f 2: I D 1 the C with the filS![ f'nger.ger 01) the D string. EXTENSION. In playing rapidly. at the that fuJI pressure E.:lurth. On the fltst Unger. To avoid unnecessary shifting this technique has been used as explained in the following examples: r Ex.mplc I. THE PLAYING OF FOURTHS IN THE SAME POSITION.-. using the same technique.1 e extension of th e fourth or first Hnger Without shiltill£.h finger. using same technique DOTTED BRACKET. Js ph e . The Frank .u:!e fi~B1: fi.m<. 1'he combinatiOn of any of the above ~echniqucs. seeurc that fin'S'" by pre ssing 1I firmly on !. (F-Ou. fltlgn Pl:.nger on the A string. Place fourth finger on the A string. the hand is so pitched The. While playing 'to be placed 'the weight of both lingers t}. u5ing ssme technique !. a·. III 'j~ 4 Ex. FRED ZIMMERMANN . using the same te chnique Ascending . The frauk. The four finger system in which the [our fingers are used bdoIe: !<bifting. HIt dIe second and th ird Hngel'S sttfflcll'i!!ly Wh('n full weight has been placed 10 allow the fOl!1nh fing~.X. on the Iou!'1. while hringin. Place fir$l: [. While playing the C WIth the fourth finger. When lull pressure has fourth and thtlm into their place SY1uIn. while placing the fourth finger IOn the string..!the illto ""I. Ex... method. 1'1. a shor t explanation follows: OVERLAPPING BRACKETS. method.d on the Courth linge •. El{AMPLE II.. and thumb Ihe lower neighboring the fingeTS and thumb may extend the mselvcstothe lower posit jon.iF ir I r.. II EXAMPLE I. addition to the regularly accepted symbols were used. r .nger on D string.