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Violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen on practising Bach and Brahms

'I play the passage slowly at first, without vibrato, in order to concentrate on bow distribution, speed and developing a more natural line.'

Violinist Tamsin Waley Cohen, who has written a Practice Diary for The Strad's August 2014 issue, gives an insight into how she practises Bach's Violin Sonata no.2 in A minor BWV1003 and Brahms's Violin Concerto, including demonstrations.

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Read The Strad's review of Tamsin Waley-Cohen's CD 1917 – Works for Violin and Piano here.

Tamsin Waley-Cohen is a recording artist with Signum Classics.

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Mark Klein

Hi, Tamsin. Thanks so much for creating this video! I found it very interesting and the advice you gave will definitely be helpful in my own practicing. I purchased your "1917" CD and am really enjoying listening to it - great job!! Mark

17:56 - Friday, 01 August 2014

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