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Get this from a library! Hora staccato for violin and piano. [GrigoraČ™ Dinicu; Jascha Heifetz]. Check out Hora staccato (Arr. for Violin and Piano by Jascha Heifetz) by Jascha Heifetz on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on. Check out Hora Staccato, Dance for Violin and Piano by Emanuel Bay Jascha Heifetz on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on.

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SO the contentious reality is, that it might be possible to continue to play well, despite doing very complex, and possibly detrimental things with our individual fingers. The combined Dinicu-Heifetz piece is a gem of virtuoso showmanship that, like so many short pieces from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, takes an essentially Staccato design and flavors it with the salt and pepper of what Western audiences of the day must surely have felt were decidedly exotic folk music idioms.

And it’s the best of what the composer might have intended for that night, with that instrument, in that particular hall. In his arrangement, Heifetz says it can be played spicc. I have been critical of methods by those following a mentor too closely and blindly to the detriment of their students and music.

Let’s look at a musical solution.

Hora staccato – Wikipedia

And yet the story of this salon miniature is not so simple, as even today the piece remains all but unknown in its original form; Hora Staccato as we know it is actually an arrangement really a re-composition of Dinicu’s unpublished original, made by Jascha Heifetzwith the composer’s permission, many years later. But sitting there in at a cello recital, people may fall “asleep,” but with a broad, knowing smile.


With kids who don’t even have their driver’s licenses, race car analogies are hpra abstract though they want believe that they KNOW.

Baiorin, We are really splitting hairs – it is just a game of semantics. However, I keep my spirits up by reminding myself that my vibrato development was also a long and arduous journey, but once I got it, it hota one of my strenths.

How many people in Stern’s position would purposefully invite young instrumentalists to share the stage with him in Carnegie Hall, who could play circles around him and that is not saying that he was bad, just these kids were, and still are amazingtechnically at least, in a desire to give them exposure and help their careers.

For some talented individuals, 10k is too darn long. Menuetto Kids – Classical Music for Children.

Posted August 23, But it takes great motivation to pursue and carry out a solo career, or to even be an active solo performer, despite how humble or truly hota nice they are such as Yo Yo Ma they do thrive on the feedback. We are battling for people’s attention. The Greatest Classical Hits [Bescol]. After violiin while, the violinist plunges into the lower register of the instrument to scrub away ferociously and the pianist is forced to take over the gypsy melody for a little while.


Bernstein Conducts World Encores. Streams Videos All Posts. The strange thing is that I am findig the downbow staccato easier than the upbow.

Now, with apologies faulting youthful brashness, perhaps it might be possible to play as well at that age. If one imagines, after several 16th notes, the bow can feel adrift, even though it is not. Not only am I a conservatory trained instrumentalist a long time ago, yet I remember wellbut a degreed Engineer and a former Physics and Chemistry teacher. People occasionally fall asleep, mouths agape. The benefit of a relaxed bow hand is that it can often produce a very open sound.

So I experimented with it last night on my violin. Sarah Chang came and played staccatto epic performace of the Brahms and only got one curtain call and barely at that.


There is tremendous joy in seeing these master’s DO what they do. Isn’t that the job of virtuosi? But in response to all these wonderful makers offering their techniques, some are being offered here. But, as usual, allow a digression. I have great respect for the man, though he is not among my favorite violinists he was a great musician and a great man. I’ve lurked for years here and have enjoyed the information, jousts and the expertise the apparent friendships.