I have been playing violin for the past 9 years now (I am currently 16) and attend the Music Conservatory of Montreal. Since I was young, I would always notice that musicians, the best violin and piano interpreters that is, would almost constantly be moving their mouth while playing a piece, making movements that were very similar to speech. I was wondering if anyone else noticed this phenomenon and if it was the subject of a study recently, because I have always been trying to figure out what these musicians were saying (if anything)
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