On violin there are (at least) two ways to play double stop octaves.
The 'regular' way: using fingers 1+4 1+4 1+4 etc.
or 'fingered': using fingers 1+3 2+4 1+3 2+4 etc.
I remember seeing somewhere something similar for the cello. Fingered thirds.
I can't remember where, and I can't find anything on google. So was that my imagination?
or is 'fingered thirds' referring to playing thirds using fingers
3+1 4+1 3+1 4+2 etc. as in thumb position?
vs the 'regular' way, using fingers
4+1 4+1 4+1 4+1 etc.
Also if 'fingered thirds' isn't the right name, then what is it?