Thank you Fiddlerman for the response. My first search for music online is usually Google>images>song name notation. I seen a few examples in the other timing. Like you mentioned, I guess it isn't critical all depending on the tempo. I didn't see you had the music online.I will refer to it instead. Thanks!
I plan to play this one.
Welcome @nandinishankar ! Enjoy the forum !
Please feel free to send as many parts as you like! What happens is that only one of your videos will be used, but the audio will be extracted from any additional parts you send in, and will be included in the audio mix !
I seriously recommend not copying my mistakes. D'oh -
Please make your own, different mistakes, and help us all learn :-)
I am new to the forum. I picked up a violin for the first time 6 years ago, learned for a few months then got caught up in a busy life (baby + university) and couldn't find time for it.
Now I'm giving it another shot and I think participating in this project is really motivating! I'm going to attempt parts 3 and 4, since I'm still a beginner...
I was wondering if someone could upload an audio clip of both parts so people like me know what it's supposed to sound like... I've seen the tutorials made by Gibbles and they are really helpful, but you can't listen to the whole score without interruption...
Have a nice day!!
@georganne Great idea! We have missed Comic expo and likely the renaissance faire we go to in the summer, so you just gave me a great excuse to dress up. Although I can't wear my Mad Max outfit. It will have to be the viking shieldmaiden or renaissance wench.
Oh yay! Can't wait for the dress up part hahahha. Call me a nerd.
quick question, the suggestion is to "dress the part"... What would a "part" look like? Should I get my suit of armor shined up?
I just did a google search of Game of Thrones, then went to images and came up with lots of ideas.
I just sent in all the 4 violin parts by wetransfer to Pierre - it was so much fun. I am essentially an Indian violinist, so it was fun to play something different for a change. I rewrote everything in the Indian notation system, and played it in the tuning I use for Indian music. I also used my transparent electric violin for the visual appeal! I stumbled upon this about a month ago when I was looking for a new bow (A very good quality bow I had, broke recently). But I'm super stoked about this event and can't wait for the final video and the results of the draw!! Thank you, Fiddlerman, for making this so much fun. I'm so glad I opened that email. It's a new thing I learnt to do during lockdown I hope Indian residents are also considered for the lucky draw!