fiddle technique quesiton
I’m trying to figure the best way to approach moving quickly from the G on the e-string to the C# on the a-string. Learning the Toormore Polkas and the two notes are slurred together on up-bows several times, but it could apply to any tune where this occurs really. Would be the same for slurring from Cnat on a-string to F# on d-string.
Should I :
A) try to lay my 2nd finger across both strings and risk playing the C# a bit flat?
B) try to move the 2nd finger as quick as can be over a string and up a bit while slurring to it and trying to stay clean?
or C) flaunt my amateur fiddlership and just play the C# with my 3rd finger like a really flat D, making professional violinists cringe ( I assume) the world over?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I’m leaning toward option C, but would love to hear your thoughts.