Violin chords chart

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Violin Chords Charts

Have you ever won­dered whether it is pos­si­ble to accom­pa­ny melodies in a way that a gui­tar or a piano would do?

Vio­lin is tra­di­tion­al­ly the solo instru­ment play­ing the basic melod­ic lines (replac­ing usu­al­ly the voice or accom­pa­ny­ing it with par­al­lel melod­ic lines). How­ev­er, it is pos­si­ble to take the accom­pa­ny­ing role of gui­tar in pop­u­lar music, Jazz -swing, Gyp­sy, and oth­er styles just by play­ing the chord sequences in which the piece bases.

This post is cre­at­ed in response to many requests for a brief cat­a­log of vio­lin chords charts arranged in pho­to dia­gram forms for max­i­mum under­stand­ing and play­ing.

The fol­low­ing dia­grams are designed for the left hand. The bow­ing tech­niques with which you can play the chords will fol­low in the com­ing posts.

Let us start with clear­ing what the num­bers in the fin­ger­ings rep­re­sent.

The fin­gers of the left hand are num­bered with fol­low­ing way.

Finger numbers

It is also very use­ful to know all the notes in the first posi­tion. The fol­low­ing chart gives you a brief pic­ture. How­ev­er, the vio­lin has no frets. It is thus essen­tial to hear the notes and tune them cor­rect­ly using your ears.

Vio­lin Fin­ger­ing chart in first posi­tion

Based on that we can see now how we can play few of the basic Chords.

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