Major Finger Pattern

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Major finger pattern, defined already by Otakar Ševčík in his Semitone system [1]. The basic finger pattern with the range of the perfect fourth and the intervals of the whole tone, semitone, whole tone can be found in the one octave major scales in the first position starting on the open string, such as G major, D major and A major or in the scales of C major and E flat major in the first position.

Major finger pattern in the first position
Major finger pattern in the first position

Violin Finger pattern: 1-23-4

Major Finger pattern on the G string

%{ Major Finger pattern on the G string %} \relative c' 
{ \set Staff.midiInstrument = #"violin" \override Staff.TimeSignature #'stencil = ##f g1-0 a-1 b-2 c-3 | d-4 d-4 | c-3  b-2 a-1 g-0 \bar "|." }


Major Finger pattern on the D string

%{ Major Finger pattern on the D string %} \relative c' 
{ \set Staff.midiInstrument = #"violin" \override Staff.TimeSignature #'stencil = ##f d1-0 e-1 fis-2 g-3 | a-4 a-4 | g-3  fis-2 e-1 d-0 \bar "|." }


Major Finger pattern on the A string

%{ Major Finger pattern on the A string %} \relative c'' 
{ \set Staff.midiInstrument = #"violin" \override Staff.TimeSignature #'stencil = ##f a1-0 b-1 cis-2 d-3 | e-4 e-4 | d-3  cis-2 b-1 a-0 \bar "|." }


Major Finger pattern on the E string

%{ Major Finger pattern on the E string %} \relative c'' 
{ \set Staff.midiInstrument = #"violin" \override Staff.TimeSignature #'stencil = ##f e1-0 fis-1 gis-2 a-3 | b-4 b-4 | a-3  gis-2 fis-1 e-0 \bar "|." }

References

  1. Violinschule für Anfänger, Op. 6, I, Bosworth, Leipzig, c. 1903