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Barry's and Fiddlermans "Red Wing - Youtube Fiddlers Project"
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Violaman
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December 16, 2011 - 4:28 pm
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The Fiddlerman's Christmas Project was such a success among members that the demand has brought us to the next project to play "Red Wing". Our own "Barry" from the "Fiddle Talk" forum, and the violaman forum, is organizing the project together with Fiddlerman.
Learn the part, post your progress for constructive critism and participate in the universal recording of as many violists and fiddlers as we can get a hold of for a fun Youtube video.

Learn the sheet music for Red Wing Viola - for the fiddle project (ca. Feb 2012)

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I made a video to help learn Red Wing on the viola.

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Its hard to slow it down and talk it through, isnt it, well, I know at least it is for me.  Sounds really great on the Viola. If you get a chance, Id love it if you made a video of you playing it straight through a couple times so I could jam with the viola ( i know, Im a pain )

 

This project is going to be alot of fun, I hope everyone joins in.

Bach : As the greatest expert and judge of harmony, he liked best to play the viola, with appropriate loudness and softness

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You are the opposite of a pain.

No worries Barry. cop <---- Not really sure where to use this. ROTFLOL

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Thanks for the video tutorial, Pierre!

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Now if you'd only do this for every tune in the Suzuki Books, too ... LOL!

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Barry Nelson
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Policing the  forum maybe ??  LOLViolaman said

You are the opposite of a pain.

No worries Barry. cop <---- Not really sure where to use this. ROTFLOL

 

Bach : As the greatest expert and judge of harmony, he liked best to play the viola, with appropriate loudness and softness

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ok I'll be working on that, but with my violin, how much time we have to send you the video???

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So far no definite date is decided. Barry was thinking 2 months. Sounds good to me.

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One I havent learned yet and not sure I'm ready.  Looks like a lot of work. I know when Barry plays it ,it seems he crosses a lot of strings.

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Its all about just putting in the time violin-student

Bach : As the greatest expert and judge of harmony, he liked best to play the viola, with appropriate loudness and softness

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Sounds like you are interested LeeAnn, and that is the first step.
Maybe in a year you will look back to this post and say, "geez, I came a long way since I wrote that'. Then agian, maybe you don't talk that way. LOL

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Ok, lets revive this post from the past. I have been wanting to play RedWing for quite some time and recently have not been able to stop humming it in my head. I  finally picked the sheet music back up and been working on it, but can't decide if I like Fiddlerman's version or the Brian Wicklund's. Is the posted sheet music and your video tutorial slightly different? I can't see the match, or more specifically I see areas where my brain and eyes don't follow along. Was the sheet music for the group project the same one as posted today or was that changed somewhere along the way. I'm also a little confused (OK, never tried before) the double stops on part B. 

Just for the fun and love of it..

Thanks!  Rip

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We can certainly revive it. Here is the result, which for some strange reason I never posted here.

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