Posted by FiddlerJones
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Size: 853kb, uploaded 3/13/2010 2:54:43 AM
Genre: Classical / Playing Style: Unknown/None Chosen
An example of the Italian baroque gigue, which derives from the British jig. The first and second notes of each triplet are slurred, resulting in an accentuation of the third note of each triplet set, giving it a lively dance feel. The structure, in keeping with true jig form, is AABB.
Chuck Naill Says:
Saturday, March 13, 2010 @3:58:10 AM
I enjoyed that FJ!! Five stars coming your way.
Monday, March 15, 2010 @9:38:31 AM
Nice! Danceable. Are you playing on a baroque setup?
Monday, March 15, 2010 @11:16:54 AM
No, everything's modern. Speaking of which, you don't have any baroque-style bows lying around, do you? I've never tried one.
Saturday, March 20, 2010 @7:49:41 PM
Superb! You do a fantastic job with this piece. I love Corelli.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011 @9:38:57 PM
Came back again to enjoy you playing Kevin. Like your new pic. Happy New Year!
Wednesday, January 26, 2011 @2:22:07 AM
Hi Michael! Good to hear from you. How's the electric fiddle? I don't check in here as much as I used to because I'm not adept at tiptoeing around the fiddle vs. violin issue and have periodically run afoul of the old-time police. Ha! Keep on making music.
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