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What is an intuitive/analytical player? What are the preconditions for intuitive playing to be successful? When and how should intuitive/analytical playing be used?
I claim that for intuitive playing to sound good on violin, the following conditions have to be fulfilled:
(i) The violinist needs to have a solid basic technique, so that all moves with the bow arm are successful in yielding a good sound. If one has very poor basic movements, randomized movements as in intuitive playing can only sound bad (even if you hit rhythm and intonation correctly and play with some feeling).
(ii) The violinist should not have an extremely clear violin that displays exactly every movement and every slight deviation
from the perfect pitch.
What do YOU think?
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