After about an hour of practice, I had a pretty clear picture of how the first notes were coming about:
You have an idea of which notes the strings come, and, therefore, which finger is going to be responsible for which notes. For me, playing with a violin bow, instead of an actual string (a real violin string) was crucial — especially when I wanted to adjust the note. The second time I played with the bow was not so critical.
You have the general idea (and some practice with the bow) that notes are coming from the strings and the bow, but for the final part — the fingering — you still have some stuff to do (and some more practice with the bow).
I’m usually able to find the right time to play a tune, given a moment of hesitation before doing so; but many times I have to do the tune, and it’s too easy (I can just start playing the riff over). Also, I have to learn all the notes in the tune to the point where my left hand is getting tired. Sometimes I have to learn it all at once in some way, and then make sure to play it again to check my fingers/fingerboard.
How is it different in a real violin?
I haven’t played any bass clarinet, so I can’t compare with a real violin. The sound, however, is much the same. I feel a difference with playing bass clarinet: the bass is more “intrinsic” since it has “no electronics.”
You can play a standard bass clarinet tune with practice, so you can get a pretty good idea of how to play it (after all, it’s a common tune). You can also learn to play an extended bass clarinet tune (with extra vibrato) as I did.
There is much more to learning the bass clarinet than just a quick look in a book and some notes, however, so the above section isn’t a “how to.” The main part is to work very, very hard to get what you’ve set out to do — with your left hand — happen — but without it sounding bad. If you can practice to the point where this is as far as it goes, you’ll have the basics down just fine.
When is the last time you played?
On two occasions since first learning about the violin, both times I’ve had great results.
These were when my left hand
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