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Daily Bow: The Hyperinstrument!

Daily Bow: The Hyperinstrument!

Daily Bow Logo The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is putting the latest cutting-edge scientific research to use developing a cello worthy of Yo-Yo Ma.
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Daily Bow: Music and Brains!

Daily Bow: Music and Brains!

Daily Bow Logo New and exciting research on the subject of brain development and music!
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Interview with Editor Blair Milton

Check out our interview with Northwestern violin professor and Ovation Press editor Blair Milton, who shares many years of incredible experience and insights!
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Physics of the Vibrating String

One of the most important elements of physics in string music is how a string vibrates. Learn about the experiments of the great scientist Hermann Helmholtz and how his research and findings could help you as a performing musician.
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Science Gives Tips on Practicing!

Science Gives Tips on Practicing!

Professional Slider Version How many times should I repeat a passage when I practice? How fast should I practice? Find out!
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Remembering Bernard… Legendary Cellist Dies at 95

Bernard Greenhouse — great cellist, great teacher, and wonderful human — will be dearly missed. Fortunately, Mr. Greenhouse’s great cello playing and beautiful tone and refined musicianship will be with us forever through his recordings. His music will live forever.
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Science and String Playing

Science and music intersect on a variety of levels. Read on for just a sample of what musicians should be aware of!
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I Don’t Have Enough Time…

I Don’t Have Enough Time…

Professional Slider Version We always have the feeling that there is not enough time available for all the things we want to learn and practice. So what do we do about it?
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How Big is the Universe?

By exploring the relationship between physics and string music, and opening up a dialogue that explores both past influential thought and current leading discoveries, we aim to create a forum where string players can be exposed to the most recent research and discoveries from leading physicists concerning string playing.
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