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  1. Cerulean

    the end?

    Don't be sad....maybe it will be a blessing in disguise.... =)
  2. I was wondering: Besides the Strad and the Strings magazine, what other magazines are there specifically catered to violinists? Can anyone help me on this? I just want to compare which magazine is better suited for me Also, do other magazines offer posters like the Strad? Cerulean
  3. my opinion is that they will reply only when they need to, so as not to cause any controversy, indignation or flaming
  4. With regards to the current discussion on cases, I think it is a good idea to have an idea of other people's comments about their favorite/current/unsatisfactory/ dream case. This can be a good reference for people seeking new cases too. Mine is a current normal case that is heavy and has a storage inside the case for accessories. I am looking for one with more storage space and humidity control, not to mention better choice of color combination and a sleek look Hope more people can reply to this thread. What are your dream cases? And what are your current and satisfactory/unsatisfactory cases? Cheers!
  5. But roman, isn't the Go! case quite fragile? Do you think it will be a good investment? I wouldn't get that for myself. Why did you make that decision though? Is it because it is light? I woul;dn't have peace of mind with a light case, and I have had no problems with airlines carrying my regular heavy case
  6. quote: Originally posted by Violinchick: I have the Negri Virtuoso violin case. It is very nice, Hello Violinchick, thanks for your comments about yourcase...but i have a question: how does your case compare to the "American Case Company Passport violin case"? They look similar to me, in terms of interior color and exterior color. The features also look similar to me
  7. What do you guys think of Negri violin cases? I feel like getting one of those, although some of them are expensive. I do not really mind the price.
  8. But when did you get started on the very basics? Is the early 20s.....too old...? =) sigh...to wear the dark blue apron....and the tools...and the materials...making on the table....
  9. Hello there Sir I have been reading your posts in the Pegbox and they are always of immense interest to me, I was wondering: Did you pursue violin making because you wanted it or for some other reasons? Do you have any regrets choosing this path? For me, my dream is to make violins too some day. I do not know...I just have this impression that it is an exciting field to be in.
  10. Thank you for the update I personally love that story. it goes to show how much a human being can achieve even with difficult obstacles. So all of us should rise above the challenge and improve ourselves!!! Don't care what other people say, just follow your own way. Follow your dreams, your goals, your ideals! Cos no one can stop you from achieving what you want in your life. Picture yourself as a great violinist in your mind. ( even though I am just a begineer, I dream of scaling heights) =)
  11. quote: Originally posted by iupviolin: ANYONE can learn how to play the violin well (depending on their dedication to it). Plus love for violin music and immense love for the instrument...
  12. Rubbish... Never underestimate the potential of humanity
  13. Ahhh, ok I got it finally...it seems that you have to wait quite a long while for the thing to load Thanks a lot for recommending this site! =)
  14. How do you get it to work? I click on SHEET and on a title that I want, but nothing seems to happen...I have also registered
  15. Look, I do not know why so many people are unappreciative of someone's efforts to share violin music in this community. At least I am always on the lookout for sheet music to the songs I like, and I am grateful to Saddest Violinist for his contribution. I sense sarcasm, boredom and simply no sense of appreciation. If you want to help the beginneers in this forum, we are extremely grateful, Other than that, if you don't wish to help.....don't keep on saying " it has been posted a long time ago, search for it" Does that mean that whenever i want to post a topic, I must search for it first? How silly. If you have seen a familiar posting sometime back and it appeared again, let those helpful people reply and keep your "smart alecK" and "wise guy" comments to yourself. I have been wanting to say this for a long time, just that I exploded today. There are always new people joining who are in need of help or advice or guidance. Don't assume that the people who post the same topic months or years ago are the same people. [This message has been edited by Cerulean (edited 12-14-2001).]
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