I can help you out on this. Third position is when you slide up the neck and play higher rather than the regular position down by the scroll. Leaving those fingers down, slide up the neck until the 1st finger on E is now in the place where the 3rd finger on E would normally be…the 3rd finger on the A will now be right up next to the body of the fiddle.
John has a lesson about positions here:. Hand and Finger Positions for Violin. I have just now updated those tabs to the newer style. Beneath the tab numbers, starting after measure 21, are circled finger numbers. These numbers tell you which fingers to use when you are in the third position. Things are much clearer now! You guys are great! I would have understood a lot more about them. Share this product with your friends and family!
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