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I am just about 1 yr in to playing, so my advice would be very limited. But, I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed listening,the "expression" and the different bowing techniques. The pieces were very "listenable" to - I am (ashamedly) largely ignorant of classical pieces - and how these would "normally sound" - but I enjoyed them very much. Yes I caught the subtle vibrato !
I'm WAY behind that level of playing, more of a "fiddle music" fan myself. I leave it to others more capable than me to give you constructive feedback! Thanks for the performance !
I seriously recommend not copying my mistakes. D'oh -
Please make your own, different mistakes, and help us all learn :-)
I think you sound very very nice. I would never guessed self-taught and playing by ear. BRAVO!!!
Thanks for sharing. Keep up the good work. You should be proud of your progress in two years. You must know it is very very good.
I hope some of the advanced players can step in and give you some suggestions. Right on!!
Vibrato Desperato.... Desperately seeking vibrato
How and where can i improve? what should i focus on? i can barely read music. All that ive played here is just by ear.
(except the Beethoven piece where i tried learning the notes)
Is my vibrato audible? how far am i behind?
You sound quite wonderful, a natural talent. I hope you will learn to read music. How does that saying go, give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to read music and he'll be able to play anything! ... or something like that... at any rate, keep up the great work!
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