Make subtle changes to intonation where appropriate, e.g. leading note
Use double stopping in different positions
Teach learners how to play large shifts, e.g. an octave on one string, using separate and slurred bowing.
Ask learners to play selected major, minor, pentatonic and chromatic scales over three octaves, using a variety of articulations and tempi and paying particular attention to intonation in the top octave.
Show learners how to play double-stop scales, e.g. sixths, octaves, perhaps initially in broken steps.
Ask learners to play selected major and minor arpeggios, dominant and diminished sevenths over three octaves, using a variety of articulations and tempi.
Ask learners to play, with secure intonation, a variety of pieces from different styles and traditions that include:
diatonic, modal and atonal passages
different positions and shifting between positions.
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