An inspiring, up-lifting article about annoyed neighbours–a violinist’s biggest problem in the city — and why you should not give a damn about it.
At two minutes long, my second experimental composition is twice as long as my first and perhaps twice as good. I have not yet thought of a title for this piece, so I would like you to suggest it for me. I’ll choose the one that appeals to me most and call this piece so! […]
I do not remember the first time I saw the advertisement on television, but I do remember the violin music played in the background. However, Seagrams seems to be close-mouthed about the song, its composer, performer and the marketing of its product being advertised under the brilliant tagline of Speaks for Itself. While the purpose […]
A table, a chair, a bowl of fruit and a violin; what else does a man need to be happy? ❧
This instrumental piece, titled, To all the girl I’ve loved before, ranks as one of my favourite violin compositions. When I first heard to it, I neither knew where/who the song had come from, nor whether it was based on an earlier vocal performance. It was only recently that I stumbled upon the answer to […]
The first time that I heard the mellifluous notes of the violin waft through the air, I felt a cold chill run down my spine. Nobody was supposed to be around. The real estate man told me the place was uninhabited at least up to a radius of a couple of miles. And violin notes […]
I play the violin. I’m no maestro, but I can handle the bow well (but I still cannot play the vibrato!) And this beautiful instrument–which came to me somewhat as a serendipity–has, for some reason, convinced me to spread the word about those great musical masterpieces I listen to everyday. And then I realised people […]