Nathan Hwang

Toljari Cycle #2: Kabalevsky Violin Concerto #1 Mvt 1.

Since I decided to start off the Cycle just a week and a half ago, I didn’t really have time to throw together something fancy music-wise, so I had to make do with what I was already doing, which was re-learning the Kabalevsky. Why Kabalevsky? Well, it’s usually regarded as a student concerto, which is […]

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Can’t stop the music

First time in a long time I played violin in front of people, even if it was just for under a minute. Which means that I’m finally on the road to fulfilling a promise (made to an inanimate object, but really). We’ll see where I can take this: for now, I’ll publically pre-commit to releasing […]

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Revolution

I have rectified what I have previously noted as something negative. With less than a week of practice under my belt, I managed to not suck that much at a Classical Revolution session. I’m coming for you, anti-generality. And lemme tell you, it’s going to be a wicked battle. Count on it.

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Hello Dear

It’s been a while. I know ours hasn’t always been the best relationship: I saw our time together fall to new lows, and now we can’t even see each other if we wanted to. Please understand, it’s hard to find the time to even think about you when you’re a world away. I don’t know […]

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Classy: Bach and Mozart

I’ve been wondering how to apply agile-esque¬†methodologies¬†to things outside of programming, especially since I’m not that great of a programmer. To recap, agile (or what agile means to me) is the mindset that releasing content early and frequently yields better results than finishing and polishing something you release/perform once in a great while. It would […]

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