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Discussion in 'Orchestral Technique [DB]' started by eerbrev, Jan 16, 2012.
Shostakovich Adagio arranged for Bass and Piano - YouTube
Tear me apart, b'ys. please.
Take a look at measure 38. Not bad, but work on pitch, and using a sexier vibrato. There's not a whole lot of dynamic in your performance, and the section starting at 39 could be much more singing. Have you heard a recording of this for cello solo with orchestra?
Isn't there a version of this released for the ISB competition a couple years back? I believe the part was written down a step, for solo tuning. Anybody still got a copy of that?
Thanks! I agree with your comments. My teacher has a copy of the edition for solo tuning, but didn't have a piano part around. I had the edition for cello and had the piano part, so I decided to go for that one. Honestly, I kind of like this key (sans solo tuning) better, even though the other key works with harmonics more.
thanks a lot for listening.
Hi, do you know the publisher of the solo tuning edition and where I may be able to obtain a copy? Thanks!
unfortunately, I don't. it seems like the Edition Chicagodoubler was talking about has the bass part down a step instead of the piano part up a step, so you could always transcribe it yourself!
Ancient post, but every shift should be accompanied with a respective movement of the bow. If you watch the left hand and bow, they don't always match. If one moves to a higher pitch up the string, the bow should move higher as well.
Have you done the Karr "vomit" exercise?