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    coolerimmortal is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Good luck with that, AK.

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    As far as orchestra goes, I guess the piano is what I can play. A little violin too, but man it's hard for me due to the lack of frets. How'd you manage? >_<

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    i just pretend that the frets are there. i even know people who have gone as far as taping them on.

    me, i play jazz guitar and violin

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    memorize them by finger memory!!

    start playing them on the piano. ^_^

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    The tape on the violin is for beginners. After a while, your fingers will know where to go.

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    my arm hurts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krytha
    The tape on the violin is for beginners. After a while, your fingers will know where to go.

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    my arm hurts...
    I have been playing for over 7 years, usually my wrist or fingers hurt, never my arm. =/ I like playing the First Movement of the Concerto for Two Violins by J. S. Bach, the First Movement of Conerto No. 5 by F. Seitz, and the First Movement of Concerto in A Minor by A. Vivaldi. The Planets by Holtz is very good also, I recommend it.

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    When you finish your suzuki books and get to major concertos, unless your technique is perfect, your arm will hurt. And by arm, I mean shoulder.

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    I can play Classical/Contemporary saxophone. I love it, but it's killer.
    14 minute long songs on a solo wind instrument? Crazy.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Krytha
    When you finish your suzuki books and get to major concertos, unless your technique is perfect, your arm will hurt. And by arm, I mean shoulder.
    *Finishes Suzuki Books in a couple years...*
    *Plays first major concerto...*
    *Arm falls off...*
    *Leads career of one-handed conductor?*

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChaoticAzure
    *Finishes Suzuki Books in a couple years...*
    *Plays first major concerto...*
    *Arm falls off...*
    *Leads career of one-handed conductor?*
    Aren't already a one-handed conductor? Most guys are...

 

 
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