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double stop
by drawing the bow across two strings, a string player can sund two notes at once.
vibrato
the string player can produce a throbbing, expressive tone by rocking the left h and while pressing the string down. this causes small pitch fluctuations that make the tone warmer.
mute
the musician can veil or muffle the tone by fitting a clamp onto the bridge
tremolo
the musician rapidly repeates tones by quick up and down strokes of the bow. This can create a sense of tension.
harmonics
very high pitched tones, like a whistle's are produced when the musician ligtly touches certain points on a sting.
double stop
by drawing the bow across two strings, a string player can sund two notes at once.
vibrato
the string player can produce a throbbing, expressive tone by rocking the left h and while pressing the string down. this causes small pitch fluctuations that make the tone warmer.
mute
the musician can veil or muffle the tone by fitting a clamp onto the bridge
tremolo
the musician rapidly repeates tones by quick up and down strokes of the bow. the can create a sense of tension.
harmonics
very high pitched tones, like a whistle's are produced when the musician ligtly touches certain points on a sting.