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Sur un prelude de Bach Maurane
Hommage to Maurane ,a very popular singer in Belgium ,violin transcription
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winxart
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Jean claude Vannier made an arrangement  of this prelude of bach for Maurane.

(voice /piano or orchestra ) 

i made my personnal transcription for violin and piano

 

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Nicely done! Thank you.

Viola Time! 

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Very nice, and welcome to the forum.

Hope to hear/see more of your work here. I've just subscribed to your Youtube channel and really enjoyed Faure apres un reve pour violon.

Bob in Lone Oak, Texas

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Thanks for sharing your video.  Your playing is very enjoyable and easy to listen to!  

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winxart

Thank you for posting that piece,

Sounds good, really enjoyed it.

 

Mark

Master the Frog and you have mastered the bow.

Albert Sammons

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Thank you  cid, Bob,GregW, and Mark .

It's a pleasure  for me to discover this forum and their friendly members

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Welcome to the forum @winxart and thanks for sharing your video.

Really nice and expressive, loved it !

I seriously recommend not copying my mistakes. D'oh - guntohead.JPG

Please make your own, different mistakes, and help us all learn :-)

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Hi winxart!

It is such a joy to listen to you!

I'm curious, if this is a hommage to Maurane - do you ever play along with a track of her singing?

Thanks to you I looked up a video of Maurane siinging this (beautiful).  Is it wrong to think you'd sound wonderful with her voice track vs. the piano?

I'm an adult beginner, but I love to play along with singers and groups I admire.  Usually a musical score isn't available so I have to figure it out by ear.

- Emily

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Thank you  BillyG and ELCB.

Emily ,no, i don't play with the track while she is singing.

my idea was to substitute the voice  by  a violin melody

it's a difficult challenge because there is a lot of emotional charge

in the words used in the voice track....

so i made my own piano track  (i found some help  with a version Musescore

i have adapted for the violin  ..other tone .. modifications in the solo part ..)

i use The software Make music Finale  for all my  piano backing tracks .

transcribe by ear is a difficult work .

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winxart said
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so i made my own piano track  (i found some help  with a version Musescore

i have adapted for the violin  ..other tone .. modifications in the solo part ..)

i use The software Make music Finale  for all my  piano backing tracks .

transcribe by ear is a difficult work .  

Nice - MuseScore is my "go to resource" ( even for fiddle tunes which are new to me - normally I play "by ear" - or better said, "by how I hear it in my head" - for tunes I know - and of course MANY, MANY fiddle tunes are "scored" (if you can call it that) only in ABC notation, but MuseScore has an "import ABC" facility to get it into real notation - then you're free to edit the score however you want to...  LOL and I usually do!)

And yes, when it's dealing with just "some tune I want to play" and there's nothing available - sure as you say "to transcribe by ear is difficult".   But, the more often you take that challenge on-board - the easier it becomes - and ( well for me ) the most interesting thing about doing that is that the end result can be quite "individual and unique" to the performer but still communicates the original piece very clearly. 

Interesting, indeed....

I seriously recommend not copying my mistakes. D'oh - guntohead.JPG

Please make your own, different mistakes, and help us all learn :-)

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winxart and BillyG

I understand.  Thank you both for the info!  I enjoy training myself to play the violin by ear - probably because my eyes are shot and I'd eventually like the freedom to grab my fiddle, go anywhere & not depend on sheet music.

On the other, this conversation has made me realize I can see the need to become familiar with the software/program you suggest.

- Emily

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BillyG ,i agree with you when you say :

"the more often you take that challenge on-board - the easier it becomes - and ( well for me ) the most interesting thing about doing that is that the end result can be quite "individual and unique" to the performer but still communicates the original piece very clearly. "

that's why any classical trained musician should be interested about folk an traditional music because, often (if there is some scoring sheet music ) he can find only a basic scored music...and then he has to be inventive and forge his own version .that's indeed quite interesting.

Emily ,if you are newbie in music ,i think ,when  you use a software as  Musescore or Finale Make music  ,you can learn a lot about the fondamentals of the music :intonation and rythmic  .for me rythme is a  math exercise ,intonation is an ear training exercise...you can practise the both with these softwares.

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