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What a GREAT idea Barry!
I hope to have time to participate in this contest but the least I can do is donate (1) new Slipper shoulder rest, so you have my commitment on that!
The only question I have is, will this contest be tiered, i.e., for 0 - 12 months, 13 months - 24 months, etc.???
Let the games begin!!!!!!!
Damn Barry; you foiled my plan! I was going to get my fiddling buddies to record for me,,,, haaaaaaaaa, how would you know, lmao,,, well, other than I sound like a beginner and they don't, lol.
Yeah, we gotta see you play it; because remember, showmanship IS part of a performance! And Terry's already got a leg up with his Ebenezer outfit!
You just don't know how depressing watching your video was
There is no way that I'm ready for that yet. But I hope to be up for that kind of thing in the NEAR future. Will follow the project.
Ya know, having a challenge to work towards can often jump start improvement in areas you werent aware of. Sight reading, Bowing, ear training, fingerings all can and will improve. You might surprise yourself. Encouragement! P-fish.
"Please play some wrong notes, so that we know that you are human" - said to Jascha Heifetz.
Count me in!
(ah 1, ah 2, ah 1-2-3-4)
Barry, I don't think I'm ready for this, a few months ago I would have jumped in with two feet... but Twinkle Twinkle is a about my level, and I'm trying the Ash Grove as a pilot to see if I can practice tone, bowing, posture, left hand positioning without squeezing, neck/chin position, finger pad placement, crossing strings.
I never expected fiddling to be as much of Rubic's Cube of multivariate analysis involving so many cognitive processes and muscular coordination.
I'm following the fun, though, and can't wait for the final contest viewing!
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