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Master Classes | Andrew Manze, Violin
Bt movie not in use When played with orchestra, the "echoes" don't work. 00h:07m:23s
Bt movie not in use Repetition is good! 00h:10m:28s
Bt movie not in use First note could start more simply and open up to the following notes 00h:11m:44s
Bt movie not in use Vibrato can be used structurally 00h:12m:54s
Bt movie not in use Practice playing one note with different vibratos 00h:14m:40s
Bt movie not in use Need more physical interaction with pianist 00h:15m:41s
Bt movie not in use Some things played high on A string; sound might be better on E. Also avoided open strings, but they can be powerful 00h:20m:04s


Violinist, conductor and early music specialist Andrew Manze joined students of the USC Thornton Strings program for a masterclass in February of this year. An authority in historical performance practices, Manze has held conducting posts with the Academy of Ancient Music, the English Concert, the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, the Norwegian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, and, currently, the NDR Radio Philharmonic Orchestra in Hannover. In this video, Vince Meklis, a student of USC Thornton Strings faculty member Midori Goto, performs Beethoven's “Romance” in F Major.

Composers:
Ludwig van Beethoven

Works:
ROMANCE NO. 2 IN F MAJOR, OP. 50

Instruments:
Violin

Recorded Date: 05-02-2015



Andrew Manze
Violin