Tag Archives: intonation

Valved Bavarian Post Horn

These photographs are from the collection of Whelden Merritt, as is the explanatory text. This is very rare, it is a Bavarian post horn with valves. Here is a picture of it being played by a Bavarian Postillion.

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Yo-Yo Ma on… Everything!

Yo-Yo Ma on Intonation, Practice, and the Role of Music in Our Lives SEPTEMBER 17, 2015 The 60-year-old cellist is on a magic cello ride, and still striving for perfection by Martin Steinberg A cellist walks on a beach and … Continue reading

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More On Developing Perfect/Absolute Pitch…

An interesting study published in NPR. I take issue with some of the findings and the suggested conclusions because I personally know quite a few professional, and amateur musicians, who have developed absolute/perfect pitch after the age of seven and, … Continue reading

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