Hallo, my name is Daniela
how can I help you?
I can give you some tips on how to avoid issues with your gut strings, like unexpected breaks, inconsistent or misty sound.
We can speak about the quality of the strings or about which strings are the best choice for your instrument.
But there's more than this...
I worked with many talented musicians and I often felt the double frustration, as a string maker, to have strings which are clearly not at the height of what they had in the past, and as a musician, not being allowed to try, as we always have to be perfect.
The tasty fruit arriving directly from the farm is small, goodlooking but not perfect, with vivid colors and intense smell, and when we eat it we are surprised at how crisp it is, and the taste is so decise...
Music is exactly like this, specially when played with gut strings.
...but the risk is that we throw away the farm fruit to buy the perfect looking, insipid fruit from the big distribution.
How to avoid this?
That's where we need to take action: music needs educated musicians who dare to play on tasty fruity strings, and they can do this because they play for better educated conductors and managers, and for better educated audiences.
This will lead to more freedom of expression, and we will all enjoy more what we do, no matter if we are making instruments, playig, or listening.
Does it sound a hard task? It's not, when we all want to enjoy more our music (and our lives). We have powerfull tools today to be in touch, to educate and get educated. Now it's a perfect timing to be different and change things.
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