violiniste

BeethOVEN
BeethSTOVE

MozART
MozPHYSICALEDUCATION

RachmaninOFF
RachmaninON

SCHUmann
SOCKmann

HAYDn
SEEKn

MENDelssohn
BREAKelssohn

BARtok
FAMILYORIENTEDFOODANDREFRESENTESTABLISHMENTtok

COPland
ROBBERland

PagaNINI
PagaNANNY

ROSSini
TJMAXXini

FAURé
FROMé

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i thought i should share the whole first chapter in a post :3 16 pages in 1 month~ i’m already working on the next chapter, hope you will like it as much as i love working on it~ hopefully i can post the first 3 pages of chp2 at the end of the week or at the begining of the next~

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Being a violinist

PROS:
•good finger dexterity

•tiny fingers

•toned arms (especially if you play fiddle music like damn)

•beautiful instrument

•you’re automatically smart if you play the violin. don’t ask why. it’s apparently a stereotype. just go with it.

•kids love you regardless. play something they recognize and they will love you.

•backpack cases

•you develop good hand-eye coordination and enhanced muscle memory

•covers sound 10000000x better when they’re played on violin. 100% confirmed by scientists.

•you get gigs VERY often when you’re for hire (seriously when did people get so demanding for violinists/fiddlers?)

•jam sessions!!!

•dexterity in fingers = 👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼

•music stores are your best friend

•electric violins are BAD ASS.

•violins are so diverse. they can be in jazz, bluegrass, classical, blues, swing, folk, gypsy, burlesque, ragtime, and basically every style of music.

•good vibrato sounds like heaven

•just basically a fun instrument to play. seriously.


CONS:
•calluses. calluses. calluses.

•HICKEYS. Hickeys. Yes they are a thing, don’t look at me like that.

•*shoulder rest decides to fly out from instrument while playing*

•backache. arm ache. backache. fingers are sore. neck is sore. everything hurts.

•"Can you play Beethoven?“

•don’t even bother going anywhere with customs. they’ll hold you back because your instrument case looks "suspicious”.

•*bridge decides to snap out from under strings while practicing*

•"Can you play Devil Went Down to Georgia?“

•no matter how hard you try to make that fourth octave C sound pretty, it’s still going to sound like you stuck a fork up a baby bird’s ass.

•"can you teach me how to play it?”

•doesn’t matter if you rosin your bow; slurring to the open E string will make a godawful squeaking noise.

•"I promise I won’t break it"

•watching movies/TV with a violinist makes you cringe because it’s obvious they’re not a real violinist. (seriously, when they’re playing whole note open G they’re playing eighth notes on the E string. what the fuck.)

•"I thought violin and fiddle were two different instruments!“

•that song may sound cool, but don’t bother learning it when it’s in the key of C#.

•up bow. down bow. down bow. up bow. down bow. up bow. down bow. Wait, fuck. *erase*

•"no, I did not slaughter a horse to make my own violin bow.”

•that soreness in your wrist is from your countless attempts to perfect that vibrato. oops.

•tuner? check. shoulder rest? check. mute? check. rosin? check. bows? check. instrument in tune? check. sheet music? check. Advil? yes.

•you’re automatically a stuck-up snob if you play violin. that’s also a stereotype. don’t ask why. I have no idea.

•when your string breaks, it’s the equivalent to having your life flash before your eyes.

•electric violins and their equipment are worth your entire bank account. js.

•"play this song! right now!“

•*bow hits microphone stand*

•"sorry, I couldn’t hear you since my instrument is always in my ear.”

•everything hurts.

An Evening with Girlfriends by Lamplight (1891). Anna Petersen (Danish, 1845-1910). Oil on canvas. Hirschsprung Collection.

An investigation by the Hirschsprung Collection revealed that the women were all contemporary artists The Danish painters Marie Krøyer and Bertha Wegmann and the Swedish painter Jeanna Bauck sit listening to the Danish violinist Frida Schytte. The gathering of these Scandinavian pioneers for women’s right to express themselves in the arts imbued the painting with a certain emblematic quality.

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and let’s begin the 2nd chapter! :3 so they will play beethoven’s violin sonata no. 9 ~kreutzer~ 3rd movement~ i really like the whole piece but the 3rd movement is so quick and cheerful, i think it’s perfect for them to see if they can work together~

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWocnLSezqk

1st chapter

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i still got 20 minutes from today sooo yaay i managed to upload the update today! :D i recommend listening to beethoven’s kreutzer 3rd movement now so you’ll get in the mood and be as happy and cheerful as the music and these two lovelies~ :3 look how happy they are playing together <3

1st chapter

2nd chapter - 1st part

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