🇧🇷Por onde começar para descrever essa experiência? Tudo começou comigo tranquilamente deitado numa sexta-feira 5 dias após meu último concerto (4 Estações de Vivaldi), na Argentina, quando recebi um telefonema de urgência de um importante agente brasileiro perguntando se eu tocaria o concerto de Dvorak com a Orquestra Experimental de Repertório com menos de 48h de antecedência para substituir um solista. Eu pedi 30 mins para passar o concerto. Em 20 eu falei com a minha esposa (com uma cara de “tu é doido”) e aceitei. Eu passei o resto do dia estudando. Sábado de manhã cedo peguei um vôo longo com conexão (não havia mais direto) e cheguei em São Paulo à noitinha. Estudei num quarto de hotel até onde aguentei. Foram no total 8hs de preparação. Domingo de manhã acordei cedo, me preparei, tomei café e aqueci por meia hora. Ensaio às 9h com a orquestra (único ensaio, o “geral”). Aquele frio na barriga. Partitura ao lado caso a memória falhasse. E falhou algumas vezes...mas eu coloquei na minha cabeça que iria conseguir. Concerto ao meio-dia. Toquei de memória. Sabe o que me deu forças? As INCONTÁVEIS mensagens de apoio que recebi de alunos, colegas, amigos, familiares, dizendo-me que iria conseguir, que iria dar tudo certo. E deu! Minha estréia no Theatro Municipal de São Paulo se deu de uma maneira inusitada, no susto. Teatro lindo!! Teatro cheio e um público caloroso (quem disse que o público paulista é “frio”???!!). Meu MUITO OBRIGADO à todos que me apoiaram e me ajudaram nesse momento de superação, para mim isso será o mais importante dessa história maluca. Obrigado ao maestro Jamil Maluf pela confiança e obrigado à Orquestra Experimental de Repertório e equipe de produção do Theatro Municipal. Agora volto à Argentina e quinta retorno ao Brasil para tocar com a Orquestra Sinfônica de Piracicaba!! (vídeo dos primeiros acordes do ensaio)
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福岡・天神「 UNION SODA 」にてエキシビジョンを開催。本書の販売はもちろん、松田龍平・新井浩文・渋川清彦・瑛太など、個性あふれる俳優陣の現場での表情や、各時代の新進気鋭の写真家が撮影現場の空気を切り取った貴重な写真作品を展示。初日である 10/14(日) には俳優・渋川清彦を招いて、豊田利晃監督とのトークイベントを開催。
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Guest : 渋川清彦 ( 俳優 ) × 豊田利晃 ( 映画監督 )
日程 : 10/14 (日)
時間 : 開場 20:00 / 開演 20:30 / 終演 21:30
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Edge Of The Blade
Simone: “The music for this one was written by our guitarist Isaac Delahaye, but the lyrics are mine. I’m singing about self-acceptance and about not concentrating too much on the unimportant things in life. You have to nurture your soul and not focus on being perfect because who defines perfection anyway? A lot of people are obsessed with looks these days but if someone has a good heart, that will always come through. Edge of the blade is another way of saying ‘the tip of the iceberg’; it’s very dangerous to get too wrapped up in unimportant things.” لبه تیغه, سیمون: "موسیقی برای این یکی توسط ایساک دلاهای گیتاریست نوشته شده بود، اما اشعار من است. من در مورد پذیرش خودم آواز می خوانم و در مورد تمرکز بیش از حد بر چیزهای بی اهمیت در زندگی نمی گذارم. شما باید روح خود را پرورش دهید و بر روی کامل بودن متمرکز نباشید زیرا کسی کمال را تعریف می کند؟ بسیاری از افراد امروز به نظر می رسند اما اگر کسی قلب خوبی داشته باشد، همیشه آن را می بیند. لبه تیغه یکی دیگر از راه های گفتن "نوک کوه یخ" است؛ این خیلی خطرناک است که خیلی چیزهای بی اهمیت پیچیده شود. "
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Last Monday: Rangers/Devils preseason game
Friday: NY Philharmonic concert
Saturday: Tennessee football watch party
Safe to say, I’ve got some varied interests! 🏒🎻🏈
Performed Márquez’ Danzón No. 2 this morning on the piano for the Commemoration of the Opening of the 73rd Session of the United Nationa General Assembly - with the UN Symphony Orchestra of the United Nations Staff Recreation Council. (The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, 23 September 2018)
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- Rhye - Hymn ---- Subdued Sunday Listening - The harbinger of mellow melancholy; this one builds and builds to a crescendo of strings and cascading percussion. A pastoral symphony. #newmusic
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!
BEHOLD: Il Cannone, by Larsen Strings
As you can hear, these strings have a great core to them, and there is such a wonderful balance from the lowest string to the highest! I no longer am faced with a dull, muffled G string sound! I am truly in love!
I will be adding the second finger, soon, in my newest exercise set I just finished. I will, however, share a few final first finger (first, third, and fifth position) exercises and my progress before moving on! I look to share some more progress videos Monday or Tuesday before putting these exercises to bed.
Oh how I long and look forward to learning the études of Schradieck, Kreutzer, Ševčík, Gaviniès, Rode, and the Paganini Caprices…apart from repertoire.
But isolating the fundamental positions first is crucial, alongside developing a growing, theoretical understanding of playing and the violin in general. I only very recently realized players keep their hands completely and totally still, when they move their fingers to play a fingering pattern. Only the fingers move, nothing else. I have also been discovering the importance of proper finger arch in accuracy and repeatability of finger placement.
But more than anything else, correctly landing in a position is extremely difficult. Until you can accurately land on the main positions with the thumb and first finger, repeatable each time, how can you even justify adding a second finger, even in first position? Once I do indeed begin and manage to add the second finger through the three main positions, I plan to fill in the second and fourth positions. Chromatics will come later, with the sixth and seventh positions to follow.
It's a truly long process, but learning something intelligently is crucial. I find myself more and more fascinated with detailed work on tuning and accuracy, and I am increasingly grateful to myself for not overcomplicating the process prematurely. The new Larsen strings and rosin are fantastic upgrades to my studies, as well! The strings are astonishingly responsive, and the rosin leaves minimal dust!
Happy Easter weekend . . .
This is probably my favorite exercise from this set! The G string is an extremely important string for a soloist, and my instrument in general tends to lack in power on the G string. When I buy new strings, I plan to get the Larsen Il Cannone strings. The A and D will be Medium, but the G and E will both be Soloist grade. Soloist is brighter and more powerful!
This exercise has really allowed me to spend a great deal of care improving my ear to tuning on the lowest string and develop the hand coordination necessary to reach around that far. I look forward to more exercises that continue this process!
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!