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October 18, 2021
 Monday Journal

Weekend vote: Is your violin affected by the weather?

Does the weather cause your violin or other stringed instrument to have problems with things such as tuning, sound quality or playability? Is is something you have to monitor constantly, or does it just get affected now and then?
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Listening: Playing Music You Know, and Knowing the Music You Play 

Listening can be just as important as practicing, whether you are a student or seasoned player. Here are some ideas for creating a personal playlist to motivate your playing.
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Eliminating Pain with the Alexander Technique

Explaining the Alexander Technique, and why it's so helpful to violinists and violists for treating and avoiding chronic pain. Laurie Niles talks with expert Wendy Waggener. From our archives.
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For the Record, Op. 174

Our weekly roundup of new recordings:
  • Cellist Kian Soltani - movie music for supersized cello ensemble
  • Christian Tetzlaff with pianist Lars Vogt: Beethoven sonatas
  • Ensemble Diderot - "Concertos pour Violon"
  • Lisa McNiven - Play-Along Study Guides: Vivaldi Concerti and Bach Double
  • Cellist Hannah Collins - "Resonance Lines"
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Pirastro celebrates more than 20 years of the Evah Pirazzi string line. Since its launch at 2000 Musikmesse trade show in Frankfurt, Pirastro has steadily grown the Evah Pirazzi family of products which today also includes strings sets for violin, viola, cello and double bass.
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