Definition of Spiccato bowing
1. Noun. Bowing in such a way that the bow bounces lightly off the strings.
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Literary usage of Spiccato bowing
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1. Chats to 'cello Students by Arthur Broadley (1915)
"... r Although the slurred spiccato bowing is expressed in the same manner as solid staccato, the violoncellist will occasionally come across certain ..."
2. Violin Mastery: Talks with Master Violinists and Teachers, Comprising by Frederick Herman Martens (1919)
"... to get certain color effects they come: I have no difficulty in expressing my feelings, my emotions in tone. And in a technical way spiccato bowing, ..."
3. Violin Mastery: Talks with Master Violinists and Teachers, Comprising by Frederick Herman Martens (1919)
"And in a technical way spiccato bowing, which many find so hard, has always been easy to me. I have never had to work for it. Double-stops, on the contrary, ..."
4. Experiences of a Violinist at Home and Abroad by Edward Normanton Bilbie (1921)
"... sixths, octaves and tenths but rapid single note scale work, good spiccato bowing, right hand pizzicato and other things are necessary. ..."
5. How to Study Kreutzer: A Handbook for the Daily Use of Violin Teachers and by Benjamin Cutter (1903)
"... length from the butt, the bow bounces naturally and gives the well-known spiccato bowing, the French Sautille, the Bouncing or Springing bow, so called. ..."