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I developed my style in playing songs added more sense of music as i see it more dynamics and it goes with all songs first i play it then i add my personal style it was hard at first but after i imagined it it became easier and after doing it several times on many songs it became easier and easier
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That was interesting to listen to John. I thought your intonation was very good.
As for adding "personal style" - so long as it does not lead to "bad technique that becomes difficult to correct" ( and I might add that I am in no way capable of making such a judgement - I'm still trying to correct my own bad-habits! ) - go for it! That's what makes each one of us unique, and capable of giving an individual and personal interpretation of / expression to - a piece of music. If we all played precisely the same - we may as well not bother to play music at all and just get a robot or automated MIDI synth to do it for us ! There are musicians out there - who - when you hear a piece for the first time - you just KNOW without seeing the performer - like - "That was Eric Clapton" / "Nigel Kennedy" etc etc.
Keep up the good work !
I seriously recommend not copying my mistakes.
Please make your own, different mistakes, and help us all learn :-)
This is what it is all about. Putting your personal style to it. It shows how versatile the violin/fiddle is. Very nice work.
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