December 23, 2010 at 2:40 AM
This is a nice memory of a recent masterclass in Lisbon, Portugal. The student is Ricardo Rupp Salvessa. Mozart G major, concepts of articulations, projection, vowels and consonants, tone production, etc.
Thanks for posting this, it was good to have a reminder!
i love it when the student said he would start with mozart, maestro david instinctively started scratching his head. :)
seriously, it is great to see first how a rather strongly built player making weak sound and then, with that aha revelation, things change so quickly!
Thanks for sharing - I really enjoyed your masterclass. It's something I've been working on in my playing - holding the scroll of the instrument up to ultimately do less work.
Hope you don't mind my tooting "your" horn, but I also really loved your playing in the Tzigane (link below). I felt it had a delightful freedom and really captured the gypsy character - it was really great.
Thank you so much , Terry.
Hi David and friends, as this video is also about me, I decided to join the club. Dear David, thanks a lot for your teachings, which have been extremely helpful. I also liked the comments. Just as Obelix would say, ''Je ne suis pas gros, je suis fort!''
Best new year wishes to all.
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