Sorry for the hasty translation, it might be incorrect somewhere: “On the sixtieth anniversary of “Fender” a balalaika player wished to perform with an instrument, which is more than a century old. And Alex Arkhipovsky, met a few puzzled applause made so that this evening’s program would follow close. A world-class virtuoso, who owns a balalaika not even in perfection, but beyond comprehension, with his 10-minute etude he “closed” all the technical tricks shown before him. The intro, meditative, and surprisingly stingy philosophical, opened the balalaika to the audience with absolutely unexpected side. By itself, the sound of the instrument, repeatedly trivialized folk orchestras on the payroll, was in the capable hands comparable to the Arab lute, harp, violin, god knows what else – with some unusual quality and not mere human tool. Not with the guitar, because everybody held a guitar and knows that so it does not sound. And not with a balalaika, because everyone has heard “from afar long flowing river Volga” and know that the balalaika so, too, does not sound. It is practically impossible to describe his performance: one can only say that in ten minutes are stacked “Flight of the Bumblebee” and the whole Russian spirit, blues, flamenco, and abstract thinking weighted in the spirit of contemporary European jazz.”
P.S. Ladies and gentlemen, burn your ukuleles!
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Allen, could you plz copypaste a piece of code you put in your Settings -> Personal information -> Profile text? Because it’s not interesting what’s in the output in the browser’s Source code. Seems to me that not all html tags are working.
Being tired for today, have read as “Cannibalistic village”, lol
It has been silent since the end of March. My sales were the “Easter Rabbids”, none of the rest of portfolio. Still, I keep writin’ and improving my skillz.
Beyerdynamic DT770 PRO are very decent. For many years they are a studio standard. They are very plain and precise – in them you’ll hear everything.