Unknown fiddle ornament - “bow slide?”
So basically, years ago my only fiddle teacher showed me an ornament that I use extensively (no longer his student). However, I don’t know what it’s called, have never seen it notated and am unsure on how often I’ve even heard it. Basically, say you have G2AB. Instead of sliding with your 3rd finger from F# to G in one bow stroke, as per a typical slide ornament, it involves playing the F# and the G with your respective fingers (2nd and 3rd) in a single bow stroke, equaling the length of G2. Though perhaps with a bit more weight given to the G than the F. I am at work so I can’t post an audio example but I hope you know what I mean. It’s almost as if you’re adding a "delay" to the G note, or cutting it, but this time with a note below and not above which is what a cut always is. The G still rings out in the G2AB, but the F slightly "pushes" it for lack of a better description.
Anyone know what I’m referencing? What is it called? In any case I use it extensively, perfect way to spice up a lone X2 note.