Bluegrass Cello: The Shuffle and the Push

In this sample lesson from the Online Cello curriculum at ArtistWorks, Mike Block goes over an important bowing pattern for playing bluegrass cello: the Shuffle and the Push. You may recognize it since it is a common bowing pattern used in bluegrass music to create a certain kind of backbeat. This is a fundamental technique for bluegrass cello which will help you get into the groove of things.

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