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Signed Band Seeks Violin Sep. 17th, 2005 @ 06:43 pm
We are Kiss Kiss.
An Orchestral Esque Rock Band looking to replace our Violinist.
We Write Catchy Popish Songs with a Twist of Experimentation.
We Like to use Odd Times Signatures and Eastern/Asian Scales to Create a Dark Yet Accessible Sound.

We consist of:

Influences Vary From Beach Boys to Igor Stravinsky, Nirvana to Bartok.

Our CD Ep will hits Stores OCT 11th on Eyeball Records, distributed through Sony Red. We just began recording our 1st Full Length CD to be released by Universal Records and The Platform Group on AstroMagnetics Records.

We Tour Lots and are looking for an Energetic Violinist who can compose their own parts on songs yet to be, and learn the parts of the songs already created.

You Can Hear our MP3's here:

You Can see our Record Labels Here:

Thanks a Lot.
Look Forward to hearing from You.

For info Email: EggsnoBacon@yahoo.com

Nov. 29th, 2004 @ 09:27 pm
i use the carl flesch scale system for violin and i would highly recommend it my shifts have gotten 100% better since i started it used the scales in all keys and does arpeggios and all that stuff we are supposed to hate.useful info. and since no one else has commented here i figure some one should!
i'm riley by the way and i play the violin and i have for 4 years and i'm concertmaster of the orchestra in town so the orchestra either sucks or the other which is highly unpropable. ok so i posted.
Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative
Current Music: santa fe--from the musical newsies

Nov. 22nd, 2004 @ 09:57 pm
Welcome to the Scales for Life community! I hope you all enjoy it here.

A quick introduction: I've been playing violin for the past 6 or so years, and piano for 4 or 5 years before that. Basically, I've been playing musical scales for what feels like forever.
I loved scales on the piano because I played them at the end of my practice session. When I got to them, I was in the home stretch lol. I'm finding scales on the violin much trickier, but then again, I never played any advanced piano scales.

Looking forward to chatting with y'all :).
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