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    Creating rhythm by muting strings

    How to create and add rhythm to the music, especially playing solo, thats the question to which the answers are necessary, but also giving much fun to the player and the listner.
    In this case...
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    Re: Transforming Mazas Op36 No15

    MINA: Lot of thanks to you for including the original. It just gives the whole picture.
    I'm usually memorizein' the whole thing first and after getting rid of sheets I’m ready for the music.
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    Transforming Mazas Op36 No15

    Mazas is full of possibilities. Some changes in rhythmic structure in the bar gives a kind of funky groove to Mazas Op36 No15
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJPSbWbU5ls
  4. Re: Bach: Suite D-Dur (BWV 1007), Prelude

    There are many ways of thinking about motivation. On Bach era, most of the music for solo instruments was written not for performing but for the player him(her)self. So if I play in the street where...
  5. Re: Bach: Suite D-Dur (BWV 1007), Prelude

    Without you it would be only a fail in my computer and some shapeless thoughts in my head. You turned it into a performance and the better audience, the better performance. So thanks for all of you!...
  6. Re: Bach: Suite D-Dur (BWV 1007), Prelude

    I was workin’, and still do, on first Cello suites. Each of them were too green to record yet.
    But this day was really hot. And not only because heat is not very usual in this area, but looking at...
  7. Re: Bach: Suite D-Dur (BWV 1007), Prelude

    Sometimes is easyer to tune cars and trucks...
  8. Re: Developing techniques with Mazas: Etude Op.36 No.12

    Thank you! Mazas is full of possibilities. And also for fingerpicking. Fingers of the right hand move better when palm is higher and longer fingernails will help to balance the difference of sound...
  9. Re: Developing techniques with Mazas: Etude Op.36 No.12

    Cello Suites are great! I play first three of them (about a hour of pure pleasure). They are little easier than Sonatas and Partitas for violin.
  10. Developing techniques with Mazas: Etude Op.36 No.12

    Spent wonderful hours with J.F. Mazas etudes developing techniques. In my opinion many of these pieces sound much better on mandolin than played on violin.
    Here is one of them: Etude Op.36 No.12....
  11. Bach: Suite D-Dur (BWV 1007), Prelude

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8f406e0W0M

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