Norman Lebrecht on shifting sound worlds
This is how.
h/t: David Hutchings
Your postings are remarkably entertaining. Cheers.
Now I want to hear Caprice #1 with that bow! This shows that good bow control comes from being able to get the most out of the smallest amount of hair. Thank you for posting.
Clearly, size DOESN’T matter.
Ha! Now I want to hear Telemann’s “Gulliver Suite”
Now use a bow that size on the Dvorak Cello Concerto.
I often tell my beginning violin students, “If you were supposed to use only 2″ of the bow, they’d make bows 2″ long.” I guess I’ll have to change that.
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