Written by Corwin Slack
Published: October 15, 2013 at 8:09 PM [UTC]
So here it is; Listen to it all! (Refresh you screen if the embed does not appear.)
or click here: http://youtu.be/t5kzdf8kUeM
The last little bit is something of a gimmick but the mixed artificial harmonics, normal tones and tremolando (did I hear plucking!?) at about 9:00 is spectacular. His fingered octave technique is totally incredible,
WOW! That is incredibly impressive! I heard also a couple of Romances that he composed which are absolutely beautiful and I would encourage anyone to hear.
Many thanks for posting.
fabulous ! :-D
The reactions here so far are a fair indication of the effect Paganini must have had on his audiences two centuries ago.
If they ever want to make a real biopic of Paganini, then here's their man - long fingers and all.
On the instrument side, this is also a superb illustration of the heights that can be achieved by a modern violin (2012, so probably in its first tranche of public outings).
I would guess that Roman Kim made this video in a run-through before a concert, judging by the way he and the pianist were dressed.
PS. What flavor rosin does Roman Kim use?
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