|Variety of note lengths, dynamics, articulations||00h:00m:51s|
|Too many downbows||00h:01m:10s|
|Tendency is to overplay this excerpt||00h:01m:28s|
|Prepare body for string crossing||00h:02m:10s|
|Matching length of quarters||00h:03m:35s|
|Enjoy your ringing sound in the hall||00h:04m:46s|
|Leigh plays the entire excerpt||00h:05m:09s|
Leigh Mesh, Associate Principal Bass of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, demonstrates and discusses the first movement of Brahms' Symphony No. 2.
SYMPHONY NO. 2 IN D MAJOR, OP. 73
Recorded Date: 08-12-2014
Leigh Mesh is Associate Principal Bass of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. He joined the ensemble in 1993. Mr. Mesh is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music. He has taught master classes at the New World Symphony in Miami, the Cincinnati Conservatory, the Juilliard School and the Manhattan School of Music. Mr. Mesh has performed regularly at the Verbier Music Festival, and with the MET Chamber Ensemble, the Caramoor Virtuosi, and the Brentano and Tokyo String Quartets. Mr. Mesh is an exclusive artist for Thomastik-Infeld Strings.