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Staccato
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TerryT
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I am amazed at how old people of my age are.....

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Yes, that particular staccato is almost always used in many of Paganini's compositions, I think they are called "bouncing staccato"or flying staccato.

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droolingsurprised WoW! Look what he's doing with his right hand (like at 0:26)!!!!devil-violin

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I thought it was called spiccato when one does notes by bouncing the bow, but I'm pretty shaky on proper violin terminology.

After watching the vid, I had to look to see if perchance Jascha Heifetz did a version of Orange Blossom Special.  Sad to say, couldn't find one.

But I did find this, which is at least somewhat entertaining.

 

 

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