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NoirVelours
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April 13, 2012 - 9:48 pm
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Have to share this video, my heart wants to fly out of my chest when I close my eyes and listen to it, if I eveer play classical stuff I want baroque (and also the violin that goes with it lol).

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Fiddlerman
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April 13, 2012 - 11:29 pm
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It suits especially well in these types of rooms and acoustics.

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Yes, recordings need the right acoustic sound...Unless you use digital effects sort of. Think of all the halls built to express an acoustic sound all around you then think of a stadium built for visual views for sports....Ya got to love and respect architects and man ya have to respect the sound crue that sets up speakers everywhere for the sound to sound good. The musician that plays the instrument must get good at what he plays and then other people will follow to make sure that sound gets heard.

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Ok acoustics is one thing but I was talking more about how the notes are dancing together and how he keeps diving his bow for a low note then flying for high ones. I'm not sure we can call this a melody (FM how we call this? Étude?) but it's what I adore. I checked more baroque music yesterday and today and it really reach to me to a point I can't wait to learn my first classical song lol.

Oh well, Lightly Row will do for now pink-violin-girl BTW Fiddlerman, you are awesome lol, In my Suzuki method when I have a song you have the same one but in G and D instead of A and E so I get to learn to play all strings heart

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Fiddlerman
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April 14, 2012 - 11:06 am
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Thanks NoirVelours 🙂

It's actually variations on a piece by Tartini.

An Etude is a piece designed for practice to develop or perfect a particular technical skill. Could be for trills, jumping between strings, harmonics, legato, staccato, and a million other skills. serenade

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