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Wow, that looks lovely! Sounds nice too once I listen to is without seeing the cat and getting all distracted...! I might just teach my cat to lay on my shoulders like that, just for the cozy look of it. She already likes my violin playing, so I don't see why it's wouldn't work. Then again, maybe she likes it a bit too much; she'd probably try to eat the bow... or at least whap at it with her paws...
~ Once you've ruled out the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be true. ~
So does the cat get a writing credit, or is he/she just a session bloke?
"This young wine may have a lot of tannins now, but in 5 or 10 years it is going to be spectacular, despite the fact that right now it tastes like crude oil. You know this is how it is supposed to taste at this stage of development." ~ Itzhak Perlman
"Looking at the video it looks like you don't have a lot of tension on your bow. Am I right or is it just me? "
No, there's not a lot of tension there. I like to keep it 'un-tight'
I want you to do that again but this time tie some ribbons to the end of the bow...
hehe! Actually, I do tie a little bit of pink fluorescent ribbon to the end of my bow, when I go to the Fidde Hell events. A few years back, when I got home after one of these events, I found I had a cheap and nasty bow, and someone ended up with my Coda NX. I don't know if it was accidental, or planned. So, from now on, it's really obvious which bow is mine.
On a sad note, my little cat you saw in the video is no longer with us, but she did have a great life ...
Sorry to hear about the loss of your cat. Must have been hard. I'm sure she did have a great life.
Yes, a great life indeed
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