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(@pointofviewaar)

26 Seconds Ago

#click : Last Flight Of The Day Device: Canon SX 500 (SLR) Location: Mohammadpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh #pointofview By A. A. Ratul . . . (Like, Share, Comment... Feel free to express your Point Of View) . . . Follow me at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PointOfViewaar/ . . . Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pointofviewaar/ . . . . . . #nature #bird #sparrow #late_evening #dhaka #bangladesh #setting_sun #mohammadpur #mdpur #camera #phone #canon #canon_sx_500_is #symphony #birdy #point_of_view #pointofview #potd #photography #dhaka #explore

(@ryanlaneviolin)

2018-05-30 02:10:52

“With the fingers falling…freely, the following intervals are produced : a whole tone between the 1st and 2nd fingers, a semitone between the 2nd and 3rd, and a whole tone between the 3rd and the 4th . . . This disposition of the fingers, which describes a perfect fourth between the 1st and 4th fingers, is the natural position of the fingers, and the basis of violin fingering.” — The Principles of Violin Fingering by I. M. Yampolsky, page 25 Adding all four fingers, for me first in Schradieck, is always a challenge for a string player. What I have found quite a few low-level violinists neglect or are unaware of is that the natural frame of the hand should always be mostly-maintained. It is easy, when unaware of this, to allow the wrist with the fingers to pivot to the right to regain a flat position, an easier position for the body, when playing lower fingers, requiring a pivot of the wrist for upper fingers, primarily the 4th. This makes acceptably-accurate intonation almost impossible because of the targets for the fingers becoming further away with more-complex hand motions. The fingers, instead, should stay directly above their natural positions on the violin and fall directly on the strings, sliding up and down the string freely of one another (later introduced in Part II of this book) for chromatics. I spent several days playing erroneously in the lesser way, as I see many other novice and beginner violinists do on IG. Once these corrections were made, not only did my intonation improve tremendously, my tone quality became far better. I am still perfecting the accuracy of my fourth finger (and all fingers as relate to one another, to some degree), as can be expected. But it's closer and closer every day, and it doesn't hurt or strain me to play! I always say technique comes in response to a need, but a musician must learn where and how to respond to their needs. More practice won't cut it. It will only further ingrain irrational technique! Happy soul-searching! P.S. If my squinting bothers you, hmu, and I will let you know which stand light to buy me as a gift! 😀

(@ermolenkoyury)

3 Minutes Ago

"Garden of Wandering Geniuses" project by Psychedelic Art Association (Yury Ermolenko, Alexander Khodchenko & Ostap Stupka), 2018 Юрий Ермоленко, Александр Ходченко & Остап Ступка, проект "Сад Блуждающих Гениев" (Открытие: 21.IX. 2018. Художники Литераторы Артисты Музыканты (Х.Л.А.М.), Межигорская 23/22, Киев, Украина) #ЮрийЕрмоленко #yuryermolenko #ermolenko #Ермоленко #АлександрХодченко #alexanderkhodchenko #ОстапСтупка #ostapstupka #gardenofwanderinggeniuses #СадБлуждающихГениев #psychedelicartassociation #psychedelic #psychedelicmusic #energy #power #synergy #life #composer #symphony #Композитор #Любовь #love #bobby #rapanstudio #muslcian #composition #meeting #Театр #Шоу #Синергия

(@streetragsnyc)

8 Minutes Ago

This weekend we’re attempting Beethoven 3. This is an archived recording of the Boston Symphony, when Leinsdorf announced at the start of the matinee that JFK had been assassinated, and changed the program to this. The full performance is on YouTube, here’s the announcement and a later favorite part. Of the billion things you can see live in your life, add Eroica to the list. The first movement is the worst ear worm, the funeral march is spooky as shit, the scherzo is a mic dropper if the orchestra pulls it off, and the presto has some funky fresh beatz. . . . . . . . . . #fbf #orchestra #bostonsymphony #beethoven #eroica #symphony

(@ryanlaneviolin)

2018-04-18 13:44:04

Adding fingers on the violin is altogether far-trickier and involving more fine motor skills than most methods and teachers recognize. Not only are you dealing with the precise location of each individual finger, you are training your hand as to the relationships between each finger and in consistent posture. Tuning is the primary concern. I have been spending no small amount of time at a keyboard making absolute certain I am training my hand and ear to find the exact centers of pitch so I maintain a stable learning process for each finger as added. I probably spend north of 3 hours a day practicing, which to some may seem quite impossible with such simple-seeming exercises. But mastering other disciplines has embedded in me how crucial it is to get the coordinations right from the very beginning. The second set of second finger exercises is almost finished. I hope to post another video from this set on Monday, after the medium-height bridge arrives and is installed. After that, it's on to a bit-more-demanding second finger in first position exercises! I will be learning second finger in the third and fifth positions next, and after that I will be adding chromatics to the fingers and positions thus-far.

(@ryanlaneviolin)

2018-05-08 12:04:51

The point of my Instagram page has been to track my progress. The last several posts have been extremely-involved with instrument components along with progress videos. As I've dug deeper into studying the second finger, I have begun to address several other areas needing development, in addition. I don't want my Instagram page to be a daily practice log. I want there to be clear contrast in my progress, long-term, and I want it to remain something that even three years from now a person can scroll through without spending 15 minutes browsing two months. Recently, I have been working a significant amount on my right arm posture. Allowing the bow to fall downward with gravity (allowing my pinky to curve more, by default) instead of pointing it upwards with my fingers (a potential source of tension and locking in the wrist) and keeping my forearm straighter and allowing only the wrist break downward instead of the elbow are slowly giving me more control over my bow action. I even notice my tone is much richer, when I keep my elbow back a bit more and from hanging! I have been spending a lot of time in front of a mirror. Keeping good elbow, upper arm, and forearm angles has been a huge discovery process. There is also the importance of finger arch and rotating the hand around the fingerboard in the left hand. I have also discovered that bow hair tightness is crucial to tone quality and timbre! For some reason, no one talks about the effects of bow hair tightness on timbre. If it's too tight, the hair scrapes harshly across the strings. If it's too loose, it doesn't grip effectively. Very minor changes in tension make a world of difference on tone. I do believe videos will start to be posted more-regularly, but I'm hoping these new discoveries will be clear from my other most-recent videos due to my absence!!!! Happy practicing!

(@ryanlaneviolin)

2018-05-10 02:38:24

How do you learn to navigate a stringed instrument, in tune, by ear? Lots of practice? The cold part about it is, if you practice playing out of tune by rote, your brain will condition itself to believe out-of-tune playing is in-tune. The colder thing is, listening relatively between pitches means that if one pitch is out of tune, the next pitch will be equally or even more out-of-tune, until you hit an open string. It sticks out in my mind, memories as a singer back in sight-singing and ear training class, how much instrumentalists in the class despised solfège. I had been studying solfège independently with my piano teacher since junior year of high school for singing, and not only did instrumentalists in aural skills hate to sing, since it wasn't their primary instrument, a lot of them really believed solfège was useless in their studies. I even witnessed brass instrumental instructors with performance careers playing slightly out-of-tune at each pitch on concerts. I saw a violin repertoire tutor on YouTube wisely say that if you can't sing it, you can't play it. I particularly find this crucial on the G string, where it's both a thicker string and hardest to reach. In my mind, I am screaming Fa on that C, and I ultimately know exactly where I need to go. While not all music is tonal, stop throwing the baby out with the bath water. By the time you're playing atonal music, you will have plenty of muscle memory and improved relative pitch to enable your efforts! Congratulations to those of you who play in-tune!

(@ryanlaneviolin)

2018-05-19 09:51:13

Hill-style, ebony tailpiece with black, Wittner, E tuner fitted with a gold screw is a success… 😪 The dead spot at D5 on my A string is gone, the overall tone is crystal clear, the G (and all the strings for that matter) has more brilliance, and the E is actually richer. I don't know what possessed me to try a non-standard tailpiece in the harp-style I retired, but at least I can say I learned a valuable lesson. I am really loving how the ebony looks, too, especially with the gold of the tuner screw and gold fittings of my tailpiece! Such a beautiful setup for @larsenstrings Il Cannone. ☃️ If you haven't tried the new Il Cannone strings, you really need to!

(@ryanlaneviolin)

2018-03-24 13:47:26

The Internet is truly an amazing thing. Even though I live in rural Oklahoma and can currently only get decent Internet via satellite and cellular (that's supposed to be about to change), not only am I able to purchase quality violin parts such as chin rests from the East Coast, and not only am I able to order materials such as strings and rosin handmade in Europe, online media has taught me so much so quickly in learning violin. I'm sure to some people, using a pencil on the string grooves in the bridge and nut is a no-brainer. The same is probably true for using the tube that comes on your E string to keep the string from cutting into the bridge. But to many people, this is not conventional wisdom. People deal with broken violin strings very regularly, whereas these things supposedly eliminate breaks almost entirely. Did you also know to lift your strings (minus the E, which does not need it in using the tube) gently and slightly up off the bridge, individually, after tuning? This allows the string tension to equally distribute itself on either side of the bridge, another important factor to keep strings from breaking. I'm glad to now know these things before buying the Larsen Il Cannone strings in a month or two as I plan to do… YouTube is a marvelous thing…

(@ryanlaneviolin)

2018-04-09 18:34:27

I'm glad I saved sharing this progress for after the new shoulder rest arrived! Reaching the lower strings and playing left-hand pizzicato are both far easier, when the instrument is tilted closer to a 45° angle than my old shoulder rest allowed for. It sat closer to a 20-30° angle. Enjoy! I plan on now beginning to implement the second finger in first position with new exercises!

(@ryanlaneviolin)

2018-04-10 16:34:54

(@bigx42)

11 Minutes Ago

Thank you to these two for such an amazing early birthday present. What an amazing performance. #disney #thenightmarebeforechristmas #symphony #love #couplegoals #timburton

(@maziyar.new.classic)

15 Minutes Ago

یکی از پنچ قطعه محبوب زندگی من... #دریاچه_قو #چایکوفسکی #swan_lake#tchaikovsky #symphony #classical_music #opera #ballet اگر موسیقی نبود حقیقتاً دلیل خوبی برای دیوانگی وجود داشت.. پیوتر ایلیچ چایکوفسکی

(@rocketeer_cars)

16 Minutes Ago

“One of the best soundtracks I’ve heard from a car in years” - @officialevomagazine #mxv6 #drivetastefully #v6 #symphony . . Photo credit - @nwvt

(@jack.shin)

2018-09-06 04:36:44

오늘 콘서트는 심포니🎻 #베토벤 #전원교향곡 #심포니 #orchestra #symphony #daily

(@downeysymphony)

18 Minutes Ago

Kicking of the big 60th anniversary season Saturday night! #symphony #downeyca

(@daniellericks)

32 Minutes Ago

It was a pleasure watching @alexandra_arrieche conduct Red Hot Bolero for @hendersonsymphonyorchestra tonight. She’s a captivating and talented conductor. One of the best parts of the evening was when she explained the backstory for each selection. My favorite was La forza del destino, an overture by Verdi (1813-1901). It was simply beautiful and expertly conducted. #classicalmusic #symphony #hendersonpavilion #hendersonsymphonyorchestra #hendersonnevada #hendersonnv #hendersonlocals

(@oscargriffioen)

36 Minutes Ago

Beautiful last symphony (1893) of Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) played by Mariinsky Orchestra with Valery Gergiev. The oldest orchestras in Russia (since 1783), the Mariinsky Orchestra or just the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra has its home in St.Petersburg in the Mariinsky Theatre. The general director and artistic director and conductor of it is Valery Abisalovich Gergiev (Валерий Абисалович Гергиев) born in 1953 in Moscow. #tchaikovsky #Чайко́вский #Мариинский #театр #gergiev #Гергиев #symphony #pathétique #orchestra #музыка #оркестр #classicalmusic #saintpetersburg #russia #россия #санктпетербург

(@violin_the_world)

43 Minutes Ago

Here's a little Charlie Puth tune over this track I've been putting together the past few days 😗• audioflyheadphones audiofly.usa 🔼🔼🔼🔼🔼 Follow us by #violin_the_world or @violin_the_world ➖➖➖➖➖ 🔥 By: djang ========== #violin #viola #cello #violinist #symphony #violino #violinista #violins #electricviolin #violine #violín #violinmaker #violinplayer #violinists #violincover #violinlove #violingirl #earlymusic #violinmaking #violintrio_denys #violincase #violintrio_oleh #violinos #violintrio2017

(@joshrwentz)

45 Minutes Ago

What an amazing night at WDCH watching my hero, @gustavodudamel conduct the full 2.5 hour score of Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet with multimedia dance all around the building. The duet in the garden at the concert hall was one of the single most beautiful things I've EVER seen and heard. Such beauty and such inspiration. #waltdisneyconcerthall #wdch #ballet #multimedia #symphony #laphil #duda #dudamel #myhero

(@daniellericks)

52 Minutes Ago

Keeping it local as the @hendersonsymphonyorchestra presents Red Hot Bolero conducted by @alexandra_arrieche who was a joy to watch. #hendersonnevada #hendersonnv #hendersonsymphonyorchestra #symphony #livemusic #nevadalocal

(@blizzardbless)

1 Day 24 Hours Ago

Deeper than metaphysics...“Link in bio” to listen to the full song, “Gaara”👨🏽‍🔬. All production is done by @blizzardbless including graphic design and vocals and lyrics and sound design and vocals. #gaara #naruto #anime #lit #hit #independentartist #bars #vocals #art #music #graphicdesign #artist #digitalart #pokemon #japan #🎨#dope #genius #🔥 #❄️#symphony #🌊 #🎧 #bless #new #epic #amethyst #instagood #unsignedartist #thor

(@blizzardbless)

2018-09-18 22:24:13

Link in bio for the full song that’s written, performed, and produced by @blizzardbless | Video shot and edited by @blizzardbless #gaara #naruto #anime #lit #independentartist #bars #vocals #art #music #artist #digitalart #pokemon #japan #🎨#dope #genius #🔥 #❄️#symphony #🌊 #🎧 #new #epic #starwars #bleach #instagood #unsignedartist #basketball #soccer #filmicpro

(@violinmifa)

56 Minutes Ago

You Raise me Up . . . . . . . 🎻 ---------------------------- Follow us for more@violinmifa ⏩ 👀 From: taylor.bennett.violin . #violin #viola #cello #violinist #symphony #violino #violinista #violins #electricviolin #violine #violín #violinmaker #violinplayer #violinists #violincover #violinlove #violingirl #earlymusic #violinmaking #violini #violinbow #violinpractice #violinlesson #violintrio_peter

(@violindore)

1 Hour Ago

Excited to be a CodaBow Ambassador! Loving my Diamond GX bow. ⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩ Follow us by #violindore or @violindore 〽️〽️〽️〽️〽️️ 🌎 It's from: markevitts ========== #violin #viola #cello #violinist #symphony #violino #violinista #violins #electricviolin #violine #violín #violinmaker #violinplayer #violinists #violincover #violinlove #violingirl #earlymusic #violinmaking #violini #violinbow #violinpractice #violinlesson #violintrio_peter

(@theocreatesmth)

1 Hour Ago

This Tuesday we attended a concert of amazing @andrisnelsons, @gewandhausorchester and @kristine.opolais. Starting with rehearsal they took us fully! They showed their class from the first bars! But what I liked the most was a friendly atmosphere on the stage, when Andris Nelsons felt like a new equal member of the orchestra, teaching them to listen to others and play in this surrounding more freely, than under someone’s baton! And ok, probably Mahler First Symphony was better than ever. It totally blew my mind. You can read my review here http://operawire.com/gewandhausorchester-leipzig-2018-19-review-the-autumn-tour/ (active link in profile) #classicalmusic #opera #orchestra #music #concert #andrisnelsons #kristineopolais #gewandhaus #mahler #tchaikovsky #dzentis #ontour #europe #latvia #liepaja #conductor #soprano #rehearsal #symphony

(@ryanlaneviolin)

2018-03-21 21:51:55

I promise I haven't forgotten everyone! I know the point of sharing practice videos is to share your development, but there is still a certain personal standard I think we all possess in what shouldn't quite yet see the light of day! What these exercises begin to allow me as a student to start hacking away at is what I'm finding to be the genesis of playing the violin. The first finger accompanied by the thumb is where every position starts, and first, third, and fifth are the major positions on the violin. Everything else starts to fill in the gaps from here. Precision in position location is crucial in tuning. Technical areas such as knuckle position, rotating the hand around the fingerboard to the lower strings, sliding silently but accurately up the string, and accurately judging where a position begins when going to that position cold (without a slide) are all keys to the many locks on the door of precise tuning on the violin. By adding fingers more slowly than in other methods, I am at much more liberty to focus daily on these keys that will make learning the violin a joy and not a frustration. It is indeed often frustrating even in my limited focus to get tuning exactly right, but it is universes easier than if I were dealing with the fine coordinations of using more fingers than I am ready for in my playing. I may possibly make one more video very (hopefully) soon from this exercise series I've been working diligently on, but I will mostly be working toward adding a second set of exercises covering these three major positions with the first finger very soon. I am hoping for just one more set of exercises on this before adding the second finger!