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The new reality means that there will be a lot more recording of performances from the basement, lessons from the bedroom and even auditions from the kitchen. Our household has a harpist home from college and a violinist shut in together, wanting to make and share music with their peers and colleagues. We are rapidly exceeding the parameters of microphones directly plugged into computers and are venturing in to the home recording studio... I am looking for recommendations for the types of clip on microphones that seem to have become more or less the standard when one sees soloists who are being recorded at concerts. My harpist daughter has a good understanding about how to mike the harp but we are absolute beginners about the best way about miking the violin. Any recommendations gratfully received. Matt
I'm learning a new part; in the past, I've sight-read it a couple times for fun, but now I'm plunking down real fingerings and trying to figure out how it all lines up ahead of the first rehearsals next month. What a good piece! I stumbled on this video recording and had to listen because Amihai Grosz is one of my favorite players right now. He didn't disappoint. They all did such a nice job with balance; really remarkable how clear their performance is. I need to break out a score and take some notes.
I would very much like to share with the world a record that my parents (Lesley Heller and James Burnham) made many years ago. Like so many, I believe they never received the recognition they deserved as first rate violinists. The album includes the Sarasate Navarra, Moszkowski Op. 71 for two violins and piano featuring pianist Mary Louise Vetrano, and Spohr Op. 67 in a minor for two violins. The recording can be found on Spotify here. The album is also available on Amazon and iTunes for purchase, if anyone so desires to support. Thank you