Return to Homepage. To the ear of the western violin player Indian music, and perhaps the Indian violin in particular, is one of the most exotic and mysterious of sounds. And this is not merely superficial, for the more closely you examine the complexity and discipline of the Indian Classical tradition, the more mysterious and baffling it becomes. There are two main branches of classical music in the Subcontinent; the Carnatic or South Indian, and the Hindustani or Northern. The biggest difference between Indian and Western Classical music is that the former is based very largely on improvisation, with emphasis on the creativity of the performer rather than on the exact reproduction of a composer's work.
Chinese Violin Solos
Viola Online String Class - Chinese Folk Music - Non-Traditional Music - Study Unit
A band from Mongolia that blends the screaming guitars of heavy metal and traditional Mongolian guttural singing has picked up 7 million views for its two videos. Leather jackets, skull rings and bandannas alongside intricately carved Mongolian horsehead fiddles are just some of the images in the first two music videos the Mongolian band The Hu released on YouTube this fall. Excited listeners from around the globe have posted comments like: "This makes me want to ride a horse and shoot people with a bow" and "This sounds like ancient mongol rock of b. Really badass! And yet what The Hu is doing, while new, comes out of a tradition that began several decades ago when Mongolia transitioned from a satellite of the Soviet Union to a democracy.
Anime songs for violin
Violin A collection of music for the traditional Chinese two-stringed fiddle. Composed by Various. Arranged by Jonathan Stock. This edition: Saddle stitching.
A perfect fit to play heart-rending melodies! As a high school student, she set her heart on becoming a nurse to help the sick — but then, during her college studies, she was caught up in a traffic accident that amputated her right arm. She skillfully manipulates the bow with her shoulder while her other hand supports the weight of the instrument. Her performance followed a speech she gave at a sports meet in Awaji for children to empathize with and play in the style of disabled athletes.