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    • Jami K says...

      My kids keep asking me to buy more magic rosin!

      On February 08, 2016

    • Myriam Harvey says...

      I listened to last night’s NPR broadcast of the Shanghai Conservatory 2015 violin competition. Last name of winner, Jian, but I didn’t get the first name. It was an AMAZING performance, her first, of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto. A nice tempo, raw power, great emotion. Now I want to go to China!

      On February 08, 2016

    • cdennyb says...

      It was from 27 Pieces by Hillary Hahn, the tune… Mercy

      On February 01, 2016

    • Ajay Patel says...

      For something different, I listened to Ben Folds concerto for piano and orchestra while folding laundry. I enjoyed the depths this musician pushed himself to and the bravery it took to venture into this genre from a rock/alternative foundation.

      On January 31, 2016

    • Laura Syjud says...

      What a great give away!

      On January 31, 2016

    • Jeff Carr says...

      their rosin shows great art and reminders of the call to play your heart out, then they top it off with healthy giveaways

      On January 31, 2016

    • Irma frlj says...

      I love magic rosin

      On January 31, 2016

    • Jules F. says...

      I last listened to Time, by Snavs

      On January 31, 2016

    • Sara says...

      I listened to Procession of the Nobles (Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov) and some Tchaikovsky.

      On January 29, 2016

    • Nancy Buckman says...

      I’ve been listening to Barber’s “Adagio for Strings”. I am learning to play violin, but am interested in the connection be tween vila and the rest of the strings. I am an orchestral clarinetist, and I find my position among the winds to be quite similar as that of the violas to the strings.

      On January 29, 2016

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