October 2018

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Hilary Hahn talks about Bach and we discover how Brescian instruments developed. Edicson Ruiz gives a double bass Masterclass and we learn the secrets of orchestral auditions. Plus Rachel Podger’s Sentimental Work

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In this issue:

  • Hilary Hahn: The US violinist recorded her first disc of Bach when she was a teenager. Now, two decades on, she returns to complete the set
  • The parallel evolution of Brescian lutherie
  • The steep learning curve of recording a first album
  • Audition Perform: report from the week-long course
  • The Strad Calendar 2019: a closer look at twelve Stradivari
  • The Life Lessons of Irvine Arditti
  • In Focus: A violin from 1784 by the little-known Spanish luthier Vicente Assensio
  • Trade Secrets: Stefan Lindholm on using a flat gouge
  • My Space: Double bass maker Sergio Scaramelli
  • Making Matters: Copying a Nikolai Kittel at the 2018 Oberlin Bow Making Workshop
  • Life Lessons: The memories and opinions of British violinist Irvine Arditti
  • Opinion: String culture must evolve or die
  • Postcard from Ludwigslust: Jeff Bradetich reports from the Double Bass Competition
  • Postcard from Switzerland: The 25th anniversary of the Verbier Festival
  • Masterclass: Edicson Ruiz discusses the Dittersdorf Double Bass Concerto
  • Technique: Violist Jacob Adams gives useful tips regarding bow speed and distribution
  • Sentimental Work: Rachel Podger on what Bach’s Violin Concerto in E minor means to her
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