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Biagio Marini and his violins in echo!
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I found out about this composer yesterday and really like him. This sonata is played with 2 other hidden violins playing the echo, I think it's not only beautiful but very original! The echo starts from about 1 min+. you clearly see a baroque bow in action too!

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Very nice,,,, would you call that, "chamber music"?   dunno 

What exactly is a boroque bow, beside's the reverse camber?  dunno

Do you think a boroque bow would help eliminate bow bounce ?  dunno  If so, I may try to reverse the camber on my el cheapo bow.  wink

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Try this link. At 2:50 he explains the bow differences

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Thanks for the videos, guys!

I liked the explanation of the difference in this video. Playing with a baroque bow seems quite difficult!

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@ Fiddlestix
I imagine you got your answer but the reverse camber will not eliminate your bouncing unless you only bounce at the tip. The Baroque bow is generally shorter. 🙂

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Fiddlerman said
@ Fiddlestix
I imagine you got your answer but the reverse camber will not eliminate your bouncing unless you only bounce at the tip. The Baroque bow is generally shorter. 🙂

I got that, FM.... I'm not really haveing that much of a problem with bow bounce, i've got that pretty much under control now since Naska commented on me lifting the bow off the string's. One of my bow's bounce's more than the other's. Usually it's just the stick I see bouncing which is visible, but real audible.

I've been working on sliding the index finger up the stick on the down bow and down the stick on the up bow. I watched your video on "bowing" and Jim McKillop's video of him playing and that's what i've been trying to do. Very hard though.  dazed

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