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    Default Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    Thrashing a bit of Bach on Facebook today. Click image to play.



    https://www.facebook.com/SierraHullM...8269875738023/
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    Default Re: Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    Weird, this video plays fine at Facebook, but when I tried watching it here, the audio dropped out for most of it. Anybody else experience that?
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    Default Re: Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    Me too.

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    Works for me. Both ways.
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    Worked for me.

    What was the piece?
    Play it like you mean it.

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    Default Re: Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    It plays too fast when I click on it!
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    Default Re: Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    That's strange. Just checked it in IE (I never use IE), and it plays fine. My FF still drops the audio early on, and picks it back up at the end. The FB video software leaves a lot to be desired IMO.
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    Default Re: Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMatt View Post
    It plays too fast when I click on it!
    I hear you! That girl can fly through the notes for sure.
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    Default Re: Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    It played straight from your link, Mark, and as a non-Facebook person I was pleased that I could directly access this great piece of playing. I am in the UK and still using Windows 7 and Firefox as my browser.

    What a very talented young lady.
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    Default Re: Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    audio dropped on the Cafe but played fine via FB on Chrome for me. That was well played.

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    Default Re: Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill McCall View Post
    Worked for me.

    What was the piece?
    That’s the first half of the D minor gigue from solo violin partita 2.

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    Default Re: Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    Worked fine here on the Cafe for me, which I love because I am one of those anti FB people myself....

    Amazing... her talent blows me away!!! Thanks for sharing Mark.
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    Very, very nice!!!
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    Default Re: Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill McCall View Post
    Worked for me.

    What was the piece?
    J. S. Bach Gigue from Partita #2.
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    Default Re: Sierra "J. S. Bach" Hull

    Love that little "whoo" she gives at the end.
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