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Meet “Suresh” from Fiddlerman’s “Fiddle Talk” forum
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Fiddlerman
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November 7, 2012 - 6:44 pm
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Image Enlarger• Please begin by telling us anything you would like to about yourself. Age, place of birth, residence, etc.  63 years – Madurai, India – Tuticorin, India.

• What made you decide to play the violin?  When I was 12 years old, for the first time, I attended a live carnatic music concert and there I was attracted by the violin.

• How long have you been playing the violin?  Since August 12, 2010.

• How often do you play? How long are your practice sessions?  Before February 2012, I was practicing a total of an hour every day. Now I practice 3 hrs a day.

• In your opinion, what's your proficiency on the violin?  If there is an Intermediate and Advanced category in the Beginner’s section, I may be classified under Advanced Beginner category.

• Your greatest personal experience with playing?  It happened one day in May 2012.  My violin came alive.  I could generate sweet sound and was smooth to play and I wanted to go on and on and on..

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but the one who needs the least."

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What an interesting interview Suresh!  Some very interesting bits.  And apparently you plan to live a few hundred years; best of luck with that, lol.  I wish for the same!

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Very nice interview, Suresh. Good luck with longevity, i'm working on that myself.

Sound's like you have a ridgid practice schedule. Keep it up, young man.

 

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Kevin M.
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Good to met you, Suresh. Yes playing outside is a public performance.  You need to put your case on the ground for people to throw money in when you practice then you will be a professional since you will be getting paid for playing. I tried that once but they paid me to stop playing.

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Nice to meet You at last, Suresh, our mysterious gentleman!

• Would you please share with us information about your violin and bow and if you have several please tell us about them as well.  Mine is a Granada MV888 violin, made in China.  It cost me $100.  I am using the heavy bow that came with it.  I like my violin and the bow.

Great! You have a natural ability to be a happy person! heart

Thank You for the interview, Suresh! coffee

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Fiddlerman
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November 10, 2012 - 7:23 am
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Nice to meet You at last, Suresh, our mysterious gentleman!

• Would you please share with us information about your violin and bow and if you have several please tell us about them as well.  Mine is a Granada MV888 violin, made in China.  It cost me $100.  I am using the heavy bow that came with it.  I like my violin and the bow.

Great! You have a natural ability to be a happy person! heart

Thank You for the interview, Suresh! coffee

"The richest person is not the one who has the most,
but the one who needs the least."

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suresh
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My sincere thanks to you all for the wonderful response.  I enjoy your company very much and pray for long, happy years of life for every member of this forum.

If music be the food of love, play on;
Give me excess of it ..(William Shakespeare in Twelfth Night)

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TerryT
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Love it Suresh, thanks for sharing. This idea of FM to share a "meet your fellows" is a great idea. I love finding out what makes others "tick".
What a diverse bunch we are!!

I was born with nothing,
and to my surprise I still have most of it left!

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