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November 7, 2021
 Weekend Journal

V.com weekend vote: Have you ever had string break?

This week Ray Chen was performing the Tchaikovsky Concerto with the Seattle Symphony, when his E string broke! Have you ever had a string break? Sharing Ray's story, as well as our own string-breaking stories.
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Vivaldi Concerto in A minor: Last Mile with the Metronome

The piece is learned, but it's still kind of a mess - that's when the metronome can help you - first to actually play it SLOW enough, then to play it fast enough. Laurie Niles uses the Vivaldi Violin Concerto in A minor as an example.

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For the Record, Op. 177

Our weekly roundup of new recordings: 
  • Cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason and pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason's "Muse"
  • Nigel Kennedy's "Uncensored"
  • Attacca Quartet "Of All Joys"
  • Daniel Kurganov and pianist Constantine Finehouse's "Rhythm and the Borrowed Past." 
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Playing My London Debut - The Royal Extravaganza

Violinist David Park describes playing the 1709 "Artot" Strad at a recital at the UN Ballroom in London.
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Hear Nicola Benedetti soar through Korngold’s Violin Concerto, which quotes from his most beautiful film scores, alongside the LA Phil on November 26 and 28 at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
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