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  • Baroque Violinist. Cape Breton Fiddler. Ilya Grubert. Arthur Grumiaux and only American violinist to win the prestigious. Queen Elisabeth International Music. — “Violinists”, siegelproductions.ca
  • The count of famous violinists in world is like a never ending string of music and melody. Nevertheless, this article is an attempt to enlist some of most famous violinists in world of music Famous Violinists. — “Famous Violinists”,
  • Top questions and answers about Famous-Violinists. Find 18 questions and answers about Famous-Violinists at Read more. — “Famous Violinists - ”,
  • Violinists Posters at . Choose from over 500,000 Posters and Art Prints. Value Framing, Fast Delivery, 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. — “Violinists Posters at ”,
  • Through practice and ear training, the violinist's left hand finds the notes intuitively by proprioception or muscle memory. Violinists oscillate backwards, or lower in pitch from the actual. — “Violin - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • Yahoo! reviewed these sites and found them related to Classical Violinists. — “Classical Violinists in the Yahoo! Directory”,
  • 20 Great Violinists Booklet languages: English Time: 75:23 Release Date: 2006 Review This delightful recording delivers exactly what's promised. — “20 Great Violinists: Information from ”,
  • GigMasters helps you hire professional violinists in your area. Whether it's a wedding, corporate event, or private party, you'll easily find the perf. — “Hire A Violinist, Classical Violin Player, Violinists, Violin”,
  • Famous violinists, violinists - a web directory. — “Famous Violinists, a list of websites”, zeroland.co.nz
  • Violinists and collectors particularly prize the instruments made by the Gasparo da Salò, The violinist produces sound by drawing a bow across one or more strings (which may be. — “The Classical Violin Information Page on Classic Cat”,
  • Violinists and collectors particularly prize the instruments made by the Gasparo da Salò, The violinist produces sound by drawing a bow across one or more strings (which may be. — “Violin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Category:Violinists. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Media in category "Violinists" The following 190 files are in this category, out of 195. — “Category:Violinists - Wikimedia Commons”,
  • Definition of Violinists in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Violinists. Pronunciation of Violinists. Translations of Violinists. Violinists synonyms, Violinists antonyms. Information about Violinists in the free online English dictionary and. — “Violinists - definition of Violinists by the Free Online”,
  • Violin Home Famous Violinists. Violinists. Related Links. The following is a list of famous violinists. Please contact us if you would like to contribute content on any of these violin performers. Also, be sure to check out the composer pages to learn about influential violin composers. — “Violinists - The Violin Site”,
  • Famous String Players, Teachers, Violinists, Violists, Cellists, Bassists, Janice Tucker Rhoda, Carl Fischer Music. — “Famous String Players and Teachers, ABCs of Strings, Famous”,
  • Find a violinist, including performers, teachers, makers or students, from 's worldwide directory. — “Violinists on ”,
  • Violinists. sheet music at Sheet Music Plus. — “Violinists. sheet music - Sheet Music Plus”,
  • Cello technique for violinists: Articles and videos for the violinist who teaches cello in public schools. — “Cello technique for the public school teacher who is a violinist”,
  • For most of the 20th century, Jews seemed to dominate the ranks of top violinists. The world recognizes the names of more pianists than of violinists. As is the case with violinists, in recent years Asian pianists have become famous as well: Helen. — “Jewish Composers and Performers”,

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  • The Hot Violinist presents E Muzeki at Texas Renaissance Festival near Houston in 2007.
  • LSO Master Class - Violin Maxine Kwok-Adams from the London Symphony Orchestra gives a violin master class for the YouTube Symphony Orchestra 2011
  • Flo Rida: Right Round - VIOLIN + VIOLA COVER (split screen) Flo Rida: Right Round - VIOLIN + VIOLA COVER This is the 9th* in my continuing series of classicalized popular music. As with all my covers, they are by request, this one was from "akkatty", who claims this song will be big in 2009. Should that happen, it means more views and thus more people exposed to the violin, which is my primary purpose in playing popular music on here instead of my classical. This performance is the fourth* of my split screen videos where I play with myself. To do this video, I listened to the original song and by ear wrote out a sheet music score, then arranged it as a violin viola duet, and then performed it. I recorded each part separately, first the violin, then the viola. I was able to sync up and mix the 2 parts on my computer with a sound wave editor. To do the split screen, I used AviSynth (scripting based video editing and effects utility) in combination with VirtualDubMod (a free video editing utility) to sync up and render the two videos into a single split screen video. The sound then had to be synced to the 2 videos playing simultaneously. For those that do not know what a viola is, its basically like the violin but bigger and lower sounding. It plays 5 notes or about half an octave lower than a violin, on the notes it shares with violin the viola sounds deeper, and it reads a different clef (alto) for its sheet music. Description of a viola for violinists: "A big honkin violin, missing the E string at the top of the range and gaining ...
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  • Stop and Hear the Music Will one of the nation's greatest violinists be noticed in a DC Metro stop during rush hour? Joshua Bell experimented for Gene Weingarten's story in The Washington Post: wpo.st (Video by John W. Poole)
  • Givens/Tao - Bartók Violin Duets Live (1/2) Shirley Givens & Tao, violinists, perform Bartók Duets
  • A. Corelli La Folia for violin and piano This is La Folia by Arcangelo Corelli from Suzuki Volume 6. Arcangelo Corelli was born at Fusignano, Romagna, in the current-day province of Ravenna. Little is known about his early life. His master on the violin was Giovanni Battista Bassani. Matteo Simonelli, the well-known singer of the popes chapel, taught him composition. His first major success was gained in Paris at the age of nine***, and to this he owed his European reputation. From Paris, Corelli went to Germany. In 1681 he was in the service of the electoral prince of Bavaria; between 1680 and 1685 he spent a considerable time in the house of his friend and fellow violinist-composer Cristiano Farinelli (believed to be the uncle of the celebrated castrato Farinelli). In 1685 Corelli was in Rome, where he led the festival performances of music for Queen Christina of Sweden and he was also a favorite of Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni, grand-nephew of another Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni who in 1689 became Pope Alexander VIII. From 1689 to 1690 he was in Modena; the Duke of Modena was generous to him. In 1708 he returned to Rome, living in the palace of Cardinal Ottoboni. His visit to Naples, at the invitation of the king, took place in the same year. The style of execution introduced by Corelli and preserved by his pupils, such as Francesco Geminiani, Pietro Locatelli, and many others, was of vital importance for the development of violin playing. It has been said that the paths of all of the famous violinist-composers of ...
  • Listening Test and Violinist Interviews Three violinists and a violin maker were interviewed to share their opinions of the carbon fiber violin, and to see whether they were able to distinguish the two instruments
  • Anne-Sophie Mutter: Anne-Sophie Mutter plays Brahms' Violin Sonatas - »Mutter's technique is a marvel: there's nothing in Brahms's catalogue of difficulties that challenges her.« (The Strad) See this documentary to find out more about Anne-Sophie Mutter's latest album released in March 2010. It will include footage from the recording session as well as interviews with Anne-Sophie Mutter and Lambert Orkis. See more information here:
  • Electric Violin Rock Stars FUSE Linzi Stoppard and Ben Lee Rock the Royal Albert Hall FUSE's DEBUT album out now. ORDER HERE: Electric violinist Linzi Stoppard & Ben Lee aka FUSE perform "I Love Rock'n Roll after being commissioned to arange the track for a special one-off performance.Electric String Group FUSE ROCK! To hear more of the same check out their Myspace - Official site - © 2010 Deep Springs Ent. All Rights Reserved.
  • Josef Suk, Dvorak Violin Concerto ( 1 ) Josef Suk-Violin, Czech Philharmonic-Václav Neumann. Josef Suk, (born August 8, 1929 in Prague) the legendary Czech violinist - also violist, chamber musician and conductor. He is the both the grandson of the composer of the same name and the great-grandson of Antonin Dvorak. In his home country he carries the title of National Artist. The violinist's extraordinary talent was spotted early by Jaroslav Kocian who tutored him until his death in 1950. Suk first appeared on concert platforms at the age of eleven. His Prague debut in 1954 rapidly led to an international career. Before long he was recognized as the heir to the best tradition of the Czech violin school and his 1959 tour with the Czech Philharmonic covered three continents and was one of the greatest expressions of Czech music the world had until then ever heard.In addition to a dazzling career as a soloist, esteemed for his refined tone, deep sense of lyricism (expressed unforgettably for example in his peerless Martinu interpretations) and commitment to the music he plays, he has also shown an extraordinary affinity for chamber music. He was for some years the first violin of the Prague Quartet, and founder of the Suk Trio. This affinity has yielded extraordinary fruits, especially through his partnerships with pianist Jan Panenka and the harpsichordist Zuzana Ruzickova - and from 1973 he was a frequent additional player with the Smetana Quartet, playing second viola. Suk plays on rare ...
  • Violin Virtuoso Violin maker Joseph Rashid, 98, of Nevada City, Calif., has never sold one of the 103 violins that he made. Rashid's violins have been played by world class violinists such as Yehudi Menuhin. Scottish fiddler Alasdair Fraser recently tried some of the violins in Rashid's collection.
  • Georg Kulenkampff plays Schumann violin concerto Part1 Part1/2 Violin: Georg Kulenkampff Conductor: Hans Schimdt-Isserstedt, Berliner Philarmoniker 1rst mvt In kräftigen, nicht zu schnellem tempo Recorded on 20 December 1937 Georg Kulenkampff was the son of a well-to-do merchant family in Bremen. He took an interest in the violin from a very young age, and from 1904 (aged 6) began to receive instruction from the concertmaster of the Bremen Philharmonic Orchestra, and afterwards with its conductor Ernst Wendel. He then received lessons and much encouragement from Leopold Auer (teacher of Mischa Elman, Efrem Zimbalist, Nathan Milstein and others) in Dresden, and made a concert debut in 1912 as solo violinist. On Auer's recommendation he was sent to study with Willy Heß at the Berlin Music Hochschule and became director of the Hochschule Orchestra. Kulenkampff suffered health problems in his young life, and towards the end of the First World War he returned to his home town to become concert-master of the Bremen Philharmonic Orchestra. However he made rapid progress, especially as a soloist, and in 1923 he became a professor-in-ordinary at the Berlin Music Hochschule. He taught there until 1926, when his solo career became all-absorbing, but resumed teaching there in 1931 until his departure from Germany in 1943. At the same time he gave concerts throughout Germany and, increasingly, in various parts of Europe, and had a busy broadcasting career. In 1935 he formed a very celebrated trio with the pianist Edwin Fischer and the ...
  • Electric Violinist Linzi Stoppard Rocks LFW. FUSE's DEBUT album out now. ORDER HERE: Electric Rock Violinist Linzi Stoppard headlines Zuhair Murad's new collection at London fashion show... To hear more of the same check out their Myspace - Official site - © 2010 Deep Springs Ent. All Rights Reserved.
  • Play Violin Play Violin Violinists can drag the resource box link below.The violin entails patience. all worth it. they play the side for yourself, click the screw on the neck, so that you are ever tried to play the player''s face and knowledge. when holding the strings they can change the scroll points away from learning the strings Play Violin gently-called arco.The bow and put the violin and sometimes you''ll pluck the violin lessons. there are possibly one of a banjo. much larger and forth. If there were other easier choices? Simply don''t Play Violin know your mind. with your own exciting, the notes. hold a ton of a familiar with the violin, you could be all your violin but that you can only free up getting frustrated. hold a cello, so that you have to play the tune and keep rehearsals productive by violin technique for practicing how to play the violin, you want to devote to teach themselves how to play or rhythm. Everyone wants to find some time to play. Practice time for beginners? It up and harmony, but it is that mastering the hardest instruments to hold your violin for yourself, click the strings. your arm straight up and products for the violin quartet imitates that they can change the crook of the violin but by doing this makes it is essential for the proper position under the same mindset as wide apart as a rehearsal or waiting time. Turn your strings, which role of the notes once they are unable to play the crook of your function in a little notch near impossible, but ...
  • Black Violin Old EPK Check out Black Violin's history in under 11 minutes. Ranging from live performances with Alicia Keys and Fort Minor, to production with Scott Storch and Jim Jonsin, to producing the musical score and acting in CSI:NY. Black Violin does it all.
  • Josef Suk Mozart Violin Concerto D Mayor ( 1 ) Josef Suk, (born August 8, 1929 in Prague) the legendary Czech violinist - also violist, chamber musician and conductor. He is the both the grandson of the composer of the same name and the great-grandson of Antonin Dvorak. In his home country he carries the title of National Artist. The violinist's extraordinary talent was spotted early by Jaroslav Kocian who tutored him until his death in 1950. Suk first appeared on concert platforms at the age of eleven. His Prague debut in 1954 rapidly led to an international career. Before long he was recognized as the heir to the best tradition of the Czech violin school and his 1959 tour with the Czech Philharmonic covered three continents and was one of the greatest expressions of Czech music the world had until then ever heard.In addition to a dazzling career as a soloist, esteemed for his refined tone, deep sense of lyricism (expressed unforgettably for example in his peerless Martinu interpretations) and commitment to the music he plays, he has also shown an extraordinary affinity for chamber music. He was for some years the first violin of the Prague Quartet, and founder of the Suk Trio. This affinity has yielded extraordinary fruits, especially through his partnerships with pianist Jan Panenka and the harpsichordist Zuzana Ruzickova - and from 1973 he was a frequent additional player with the Smetana Quartet, playing second viola. Suk plays on rare instruments built by Antonio Stradivari (1729), Giuseppe ...
  • Fastest Violin Player on Earth : Ben Lee : Guinness 2011 : Flight of the Bumblebee DEBUT album out now ORDER HERE: Ben Lee from acclaimed rock electric violin duo FUSE with Linzi Stoppard, is the new Guinness World Record holder for "Fastest Violin Player In The World". In his first attempt before a TV audience of 3 million, Ben reached speeds of 15 notes per second but was deemed to have missed 3 notes. A further attempt was made on April 7th 2010, taking just 64.21 seconds to blaze through all 810 notes of the technically demanding "Flight of the Bumblebee" by Rimsky-Korsakov. To hear more of the same check out their Myspace - Official site - © 2010 Deep Springs Ent. All Rights Reserved.
  • Vivaldi Concerto for 4 Violins Vivaldi - Concerto for 4 violins in b minor Violinists: Hadar Rimon Maria Rozenblat Maya Kadosh Moti Pavlove Conductor: Ze'ev Dorman The Buchman-Mehta Symphony Orchestra, Tel Aviv 22-11-07
  • ABC News Chicago - young violinists play black composers Violinist Rachel Barton Pine presents repertoire from the Rachel Elizabeth Barton Foundation's curriculum project, The String Student's Library of Music by Black Composers, on ABC News Chicago, February 26, 2008. Rachel plays "Deep River" by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912), 10-year-old Ade Williams plays "Deserted Garden" by Florence Price (1887-1953), and 14-year-old Clayton Penrose-Whitmore plays "Here's One" by William Grant Still (1895-1978). For more information about the Rachel Elizabeth Barton Foundation, please visit .
  • Fairview Violins First-graders at Fairview Elementary in Bloomington, Indiana have been taking violin lessons three times a week throughout the school year through an outreach program of the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. The Fairview Violins perform on the stage of Indiana University's Musical Arts Center during the Jacob's School of Music's annual Pre-College Ballet program. Fairview Elementary serves low-income Bloomington neighborhoods; approximately 90 percent of its students qualify by family income for free or reduced-price school lunches. The Fairview Violin Project is supervised by Brenda Brenner, an associate professor of music education at the Jacobs School. Brenner built the curriculum for the class by looking at the math and language arts standards for Indiana in first grade and figuring out how the violin class can meet those standards. In order to document the positive effects of the classes researchers will look at whether: - Kids are more likely to attend school when they have violin class - Parental involvement in school and attitude toward school improves - WISC (Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children) cognitive test scores taken at the beginning and end of the year (compared with a control group from Bloomington's Highland Park Elementary School) improve - Participation in the program has an effect on cognitive development. The Jacobs School hopes to continue violin classes for all interested Fairview students throughout their education at the school. The ...
  • Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto (1/2) Ann Fontanella The Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto is one of my favorites and I first played it at age 6. This is the Auer-version of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto and includes a compositional ***ysis and history. Click (more info) for a history of the Concerto. This video includes the first 10 minutes of the 1st movement (Part 2/2 is in the related videos box). Tchaikovsky wanted his Violin Concerto in D-Major to be debuted by Leopold Auer, his colleague and favorite violinist at the St. Petersburg Conservatory. Auer, however, felt the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto had many parts better suited to the piano and not the violin. Auer was the protégé of the great violinist Joachim, who advised Brahms on his violin concertos, and he felt Tchaikovsky should heed his advice. When Tchaikovsky rejected Auer's edits, Auer refused to play it, forcing the cancellation of the Violin Concerto's debut. Critics initially panned the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto. Some went so far as to suggest that it never be played again! In 1911, Auer debuted his edited version with Jascha Heifetz, his 10-year old star protégé. The result was widespread acclaim. The Auer-edited Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto became part of standard repertoire. In time, Tchaikovsky's original Violin Concerto became more accepted and today Ann is one of the few violinists who plays the Auer-edited version. Auer founded the "Old Russian School" of violin play out of the St. Petersburg Conservatory and taught Jascha Heifetz and Nathan Milstein ...
  • Electric Violin Hero Led Zeppelin / Carmina Burana by Linzi Stoppard & Ben Lee FUSE FUSE's DEBUT album out now. ORDER HERE: Rock electric violinists Linzi Stoppard & Ben Lee perform a preview of album tracks live in Athens. This is a snippet of one of the great tracks from their forthcoming album - a fusion of Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" and Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana". The idea for the track was first performed by FUSE in Spring 2008 but took on a completely new life when FUSE tucked themselves away in rehearsal studios experimenting with ***ogue sounds for the album's preparation. It is just a taste of what is to come on the trailblazing album, already earmarked to raise the benchmark for electric string groups & quartets alike. To hear more of the same check out their Myspace - Official site - © 2010 Deep Springs Ent. All Rights Reserved.
  • Electric Violin rockstars Linzi Stoppard & Ben Lee ( FUSE ) live montage feat. Van Halen - JUMP FUSE's DEBUT album out now. ORDER HERE: Live montage of electric string (quartet - not! 2 is the new 4!) artists Linzi Stoppard and Ben Lee, aka electric string group FUSE, perform around the globe. Music is Van Halen's Jump by FUSE, recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall. You may not believe it but there are no lead guitars, this is all electric violins FUSE-style. And check out the violin solo, it absolutely rocks! To hear more of the same check out their Myspace - Official site - © 2010 Deep Springs Ent. All Rights Reserved.
  • Hilary Hahn plays Glazunov Violin Concerto in A minor this is part 1 of 2 Alexander Glazunov Violin Concerto in A minor, Opus 82 is one of his most popular compositions. Written in 1904, the concerto was dedicated to violinist Leopold Auer, who gave the first performance at a Russian Musical Society concert in St. Petersburg on February 15, 1905. The British premiere of the concerto followed just over a year later, under the direction of Sir Henry Wood and with Mischa Elman as soloist. The violin concerto is quite representative of Glazunov's technically brilliant style. Like many other concerti, the work contains three movements, they are: 1.Moderato, 2.Andante sostenuto, 3.Allegro The slow second movement is seamlessly inserted by the composer into the middle of the first movement, which is an original and rare structural peculiarity of this composition. The main cadenza at the end of the first movement was composed by Glazunov himself. It utilises extensive double-stopping technique and is considered one of the hardest parts of the concerto. The concerto is written as a single continuous 21-minute-long piece and is performed without any pauses between movements.
  • Vivaldi Concerto for Four Violins and Rock Orchestra Concert Rock Violinist Aaron Meyer and his rock orchestra (5-piece band) are joined by Greta and Willow Gothard of the Gothard Sisters, and Aaron's father Julian Meyer, from the Philadelphia Orchestra. Who is to say that if Vivaldi had known about electric guitars, he wouldn't have used them? Vivaldi Violin "Gothard Sisters" "Aaron Meyer" "Julian Meyer" Rock "Four Violin Concerto" Violinists classical piano bach orchestra drums guitar "*** music"
  • FUSE Rock Coldplay FIX YOU Violinists Linzi Stoppard & Ben Lee Live At The Royal Albert Hall FUSE's DEBUT album out now. ORDER HERE: String Super Group FUSE rock the Royal Albert Hall with a performance of Coldplay's "Fix You". With FUSE's eagerly awaited debut album out in the Spring Linzi Stoppard & Ben Lee have already been labeled as the "most innovative electric string group for over a decade". No reality TV shows, just talent. FUSE are breaking a new violin dawn. This track is indicative of what to expect from the first string act to challenge convention for over a generation. To hear more of the same check out their Myspace - Official site - © 2010 Deep Springs Ent. All Rights Reserved.
  • amazing violin on Americas got talent 2008 ok this is absolutely fabulous .watch this video and you will love it to amazing violin on Americas got talent 2008
  • violinist Kala Ramnath performs raag Dinki Puriya brilliant violinist Kala Ramnath playing the closing section -always in fast tempo- of raag Dinki Puriya with great tabla accompaniment of Satyajit Talwalkar and with Celine Wadier on tanpura. It's footage of Kala's concert in Utrecht, The Netherlands, on April 23rd, 2006. This is just a tiny bit of my footage of the complete concert in Utrecht and just a small excerpt of Kala's brilliant rendering of this afternoon raag after the break, lasting 30 minutes. Her unique and very inspired playing definitely brought some magic in the air amongst the audience in Utrecht. The sound comes from an external mic, placed on my camcorder. Unforgettable concert. The excerpt shown here is published in agreement with Kala Ramnath. I portrayed Kala Ramnath in a radiodocumentary for "Vox Humana", a programme of the Radio Netherlands english section, it was broadcasted in January 2007, containing this concert material and material from my short film 'All in one bow' (2006 / 18 minutes). An article and the radiodocumentary can be found and listened to at: Copyright of this video: Pieter de Rooij, Tonal Ties Productions.
  • Riverdancing Violinists To see upcoming performances of Igudesman & Joo visit our website Our new title for the show is - BEING GIDON KREMER: The Rise and Fall of the Classical Musician Written by: Kremer, Igudesman & Joo Without music life would be a mistake. Friedrich Nietzsche Dear Concertgoer! Music and humor—both are languages of the emotions. Join us on a journey through our wacky hall of mirrors and see for yourself all the weird and wonderful ways these two languages come together to reflect the Zeitgeist of the new millennium. We live in an age in which the market economy tyrannizes over art. The quality of an artwork is judged by the quantity of sales. We all squint at the sales-volume statistics, the chart placement and the commercial media presence. The more popular, the better. Everyone wants to be a superstar! But in consequence, we all too often lose sight of the true meaning of music: the uplifting union of feeling and intellect, the intimate and profoundly emotional expression of the soul. BEING GIDON KREMER takes a critical and entertaining look at classical music through a magnifying glass. By means of this close-up, we hope to achieve a healthy distance from all forms of commercial dumbing-down. So lets laugh together about whats laughable, and marvel afresh at musics endless marvels! We wish you a wonderful musical journey! We, meaning Gidon Kremer and the Kremerata Baltica, Aleksey Igudesman and Richard Hyung-ki Joo. Music in its most beautiful form ...
  • Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto in D, Op. 35 - Violin, GIDON KREMER - Berliner Philharmoniker. Violinist GIDON KREMER has a "cult" following - and I am the leader of that cult - ROFLOL. There has never been, nor is there today, a violinist of this man's stature or passion. Stern, Perlman, Mutter and all the others, can eat Kremer's dust, as far as I am concerned. :-) Here is a short biography on the amazing man, whom I first heard dance across his Stradivarius with his bow, way back in 1980. It was this man who caused me to fall headlong into the world of classical music, when everybody else was either dancing at discos or playing the latest Black Sabbath album. I was no different, but Kremer, his class, his style and his PASSION winkled me into another world altogether. I will always be grateful for his influence on my life, as I spent it flirting with beautiful music. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Of all the world's leading violinists, Gidon Kremer has perhaps had the most unconventional career. Born in Riga, Latvia, he began studying the violin at the age of four with his father and grandfather, who were both distinguished string players. At the age of seven, he entered Riga Music School. At six*** he was awarded the first Prize of the Latvian Republic and two years later he began his studies with David Oistrakh at the Moscow Conservatory. He went on to win prestigious awards including the 1967 Queen Elizabeth Competition and the ...
  • 12 year old violin prodigy!!!!! Cincinnati Starling: students of Kurt Sassmannshaus. Amazing violin acrobatics, Bazzini Round of the Goblins
  • Electric String Band FUSE - Linzi Stoppard and Ben Lee Rock 'Glorious' FUSE's DEBUT album out now. ORDER HERE: Electric Violinist FUSE release their first video, GLORIOUS, mixing electrifying glamour with indie cool. New electric string group FUSE are the 'face of' international classical chillout music-video channel C Music TV and are the true innovators of UK electric strings scene. To hear more of the same check out their Myspace - Official site - © 2010 Deep Springs Ent. All Rights Reserved.
  • "Czardash" by Monty played on violin and contrabas The famouse " Czardash" by Monty - played this fantastic way with violin and contrabas :-) I really enjoyed this such original performace, hope you all can enjoy it, too... Maxim Vengerov was born in the Western Siberian capital of Novosibirsk in 1974. I was at one of his house concerts some years ago in Belgium and since then I find he is the best violin player between the young generation violinists. Hope you enjoy this very original and enjoyable video as much as I do :DDDD
  • Violin Lesson: Left Hand Position and Placement for Violin . The home for adult learning violinists. This video demonstrates the proper placement for the left hand and thumb in relation to the neck of the violin.
  • Violin Bow Hold Lesson . The home for adult learning violinists, this video demonstrates the Franco-Belgian bow hold.
  • In Search of Funerary Violin A short film commissioned by the Guild of Funerary Violinists.
  • Josef Suk Mozart Violin Concerto B flat mayor ( 1) Josef Suk, (born August 8, 1929 in Prague) the legendary Czech violinist - also violist, chamber musician and conductor. He is the both the grandson of the composer of the same name and the great-grandson of Antonin Dvorak. In his home country he carries the title of National Artist. The violinist's extraordinary talent was spotted early by Jaroslav Kocian who tutored him until his death in 1950. Suk first appeared on concert platforms at the age of eleven. His Prague debut in 1954 rapidly led to an international career. Before long he was recognized as the heir to the best tradition of the Czech violin school and his 1959 tour with the Czech Philharmonic covered three continents and was one of the greatest expressions of Czech music the world had until then ever heard.In addition to a dazzling career as a soloist, esteemed for his refined tone, deep sense of lyricism (expressed unforgettably for example in his peerless Martinu interpretations) and commitment to the music he plays, he has also shown an extraordinary affinity for chamber music. He was for some years the first violin of the Prague Quartet, and founder of the Suk Trio. This affinity has yielded extraordinary fruits, especially through his partnerships with pianist Jan Panenka and the harpsichordist Zuzana Ruzickova - and from 1973 he was a frequent additional player with the Smetana Quartet, playing second viola. Suk plays on rare instruments built by Antonio Stradivari (1729), Giuseppe ...
  • Toxicity by System of a Down come say hi on my fb page and also check out my site so I don't feel like it's completely useless :-D listen to some amazingly composed scores here http -- --- this is not a live recording, we recorded in a studio and shot this mini music vid at my old practice space. luv u all Meytal Cover of "Toxicity" by System of a Down. Jennifer Lynn, Electric Violin; Christine Wu, Electric Violin; Meytal Cohen, Drums; String Arrangement by Jennifer Lynn. Video editing by Jennifer Lynn. Co-produced by Gil Baram, Jennifer Lynn and Meytal Cohen. Special thanks to Gil Baram for recording and filming. Thank you Gil!
  • Ozzy Osbourne's Mr. Crowley by 2 violins 2 young ladies play Ozzy's Mr. Crowley by 2 acoustic violins with versatile sound effects.
  • Christian Tetzlaff - MOZART Violin Cto #3, k216, II.Adagio Christian Tetzlaff is surely one of the finest violinists of today. It is just that he doesn't get the same level of marketing hype that some others get. Just my opinion :) Here we can enjoy his performance of the beautiful slow movement of Mozart's "Strassburg" concerto. With Christoph von Dohnanyi and the Philharmonia.
  • Robot Violinist Toyota have unveiled a new robot that can play the violin. Albeit not particularly well.

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  • “The violin can be a huge challenge for a beginner to pick up from the start. A smoother road can be created though. There are many ways to avoid having difficulties in learning the instrument but it involves active dedication on the student's”
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  • “Great Classical Violinists Reply #9 on: January 25, 2008, 09:44:08 AM " I mostly play classical. But I have been known to play modern goodies and I have friends that are pressuring me to play some stuff with them. Just got some Vanessa Mae goodies thanks to a forum member!”
    — Great Classical Violinists,

  • “Violinists demand pay rise : for playing more notes”
    Violinists demand pay rise ... - organissimo jazz forums,

  • “'Scraping On A Wooden Box' - the violin blog of English violinist Simon Hewitt Jones. Violin MP3s, videos, live shows, and commentary on music and technology”
    — Simon Hewitt Jones: Violinists,

  • “Piano Forums at Piano World.The Piano Forums are an online community of piano lovers including piano industry professionals, concert artists, recording artists, technicians, dealers, manufacturers, and thousands of enthusiastic amateur pianist”
    Violinists - Piano World Piano & Digital Piano Forums,

  • “Daily blogs and personal journals from professional and student violinists around the world. This is the first blog of a few about the very first person who inspired me to start the violin”
    — Violin Blogs,

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