LEARNING A NEW PIECE IN 1 MINUTE, 10 MINUTES AND 1 HOUR!


Whoa! Welcome, to another episode of TwoSet Violin! Today, we are doing… …the “1 minute, 10 minutes, and 1 hour” challenge. You might have seen this challenge done by some uh… …artists, on YouTube, to see like, what the difference in quality would be. So we decided to see if we could do the same concept, but on music. Ooh! Because we wanted it to be an actual piece of music, where you can hear the improvement, we thought it was better done on a solo piece, which means one of us… – *nervous chuckle*
– …will be doing the challenge today, where the other person will probably be… Relaxing… …and watching a torture! So we picked a piece that we both haven’t played, Tambourin…Chinois. Pretty sure it’s “quinoa”. – Tambourin…
– It’s healthy. Quinoa. Tambourin. Okay, scissors, paper, rock. Loser has to do it. (both) Scissors, paper, rock! (both) Ohhhhh!!!!!! Alright! 1 minute. You ready? I’m gonna enjoy you suffer. Go! *chuckles* Oh! What the hell… *shriek* Oh! One! – *shriek*
– Ohh! Alright! Time up! Okay, you’re gonna play the whole… ..at least the whole first page. Oh. *snickering* Hey, not bad. So bad. *groans* So hard! Yeah, at least you got the top G sharp! *chuckles* Slide up! Alright, next one! – *groans*
– 10 minutes, I’m gonna go out… 3, 2, 1, bup-bah! Good luck! *tsk* Yeah. Yeah! Yeah!!! Why is it an A?! Oh, whoa, whoa, whoa! False start! – *chuckles* Pause, pause.
– You’re right, that…no one has… That’s a crap edition. Let’s find a recording. Turns out we were wrong. *chuckles* Yeah, maybe. Okay, okay, let me restart the timer. Dude, I have 5 minutes, I haven’t gone frickin’…2 lines. Dude, it’s so high! *groans* Alright, see if it’s improved. Probably not! Ohh! Agh! Oh. Oh, it’s definitely better. When you think of Kriesler, you don’t think hard. I mean, I guess compared to Paganini it’s not hard but, to learn it in 10 minutes is still pretty hard. – Yeah, it’s pretty hard.
– Yeah. – But, Paganini wouldn’t happen in 10 minutes.
– Yeah. Last one! 1 hour! – Yay!!!
– Actually, technically, it should be 49 minutes. Yeah, okay. – ‘Cause we’ve already done 11 [minutes].
– Oh, yeah. If we do another hour now, – that means it’s an hour and 10.
– That’s true. I didn’t do the maths before, so that one before is actually 11 minutes. 49 minutes. – Only 49.
– Yeah. No more. Woo!!! Distraction time! 56 secs! *laughs* That was the longest second! – Alright, here we go, guys!
– Alright! 1 hour total of practice. 1 shot. *nervous chuckle* Yo! That was good! Woo!!! I’m too tired. I enjoyed that. That was a very fun video to film… – Yeah, yeah, yeah, Eddy had a great time.
– …for me. He was trying to study while I was practicing. – *chuckles*
– It’s actually really hard to um, study when… I can see you were trying to read, but you weren’t absorbing the information. Yeah, dude I had to like, keep re-reading, ’cause I’m like, the vi— I’m just listening to the violin. But it doesn’t help when it’s… Yeah. Now, what do you guys think? The difference practice makes! That was just 1 hour, imagine you had 10 hours. Whoa, imagine you have 40 hours! Ohhhh!!!!! The things you could do! Alright guys, if you liked this video, watch it— Uh… Practice like this. – Actually, don’t practice like this.
– *scoffs* It’s pretty bad. Please like and subscribe! Hit the bell button! Mmm! I need to practice. That’s right!

100 thoughts on “LEARNING A NEW PIECE IN 1 MINUTE, 10 MINUTES AND 1 HOUR!”

  1. Editor-san, my favourite musics to listen to at the moment are Prokofiev's Piano Concerto 3 and Ysaye's Opus 14 (Rêve d'enfant). :3

  2. The Saint Saens cello concerto in A minor by Janos Starker, Mahler’s first symphony, The Spinning Song by David Popper preformed by Janos Starker, and The Dance of the Elves by David Popper preformed by Janos Starker

  3. I'm in intermediate 6th g rade orchestra and this is my first video watching yall and I'm really interested

  4. @editor Dan my favorite piece right now is Morceau de Concert from Saint Saens. It is for french horn and especially the last movement…when the hornist can play it slowly in tge beginning he can play it fast in the end…like ehh …matt in this video i guess.. not finished right now…but of course i will let one thumb up pop up on this vid(gave a thumb up)

  5. Love all of the nice dynamic changes in the piece. The 16th notes were very clean in the first two attempts and I should practice typing sarcastically more

  6. Word lol. Some of my favorite listen rn is Ravel's Jeux d'Eau (performed by Agerich) and tbh Ziyu's Nel cor piu non mi sento is bitchin. Lol

  7. Editor San and the entire TwoSet community’s going to hate me, but my current favorite piece to listen to is the Rebecca Clarke Viola Sonata. Especially movements 1 and 2, not so much movement 3 though.

  8. Tips for some good Swedish music to include in your videos: D

    Kurt Atterberg Symphony no. 1
    Lars-Erik Larsson – God in Disguise
    Wilhelm Stenhammar – Piano Concerto no. 2 mvt. 4

  9. Hello! I'm from mexico and I watch you're video's, I'll love them and u guy's are very funny, Saludos desde Nuevo León México

  10. Editor-San is hilarious! Has the same humor as Brett and Eddy and the edits for them. They're perfect to the personalities of Brett and Eddy and I believe a lot of credit and applause is due for Editor-San 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 I hope you get out of the basement soon so you can see the (hopefully) nice weather that you are having as well. Your work is greatly appreciated and acknowledged. 😁😁😁😁 God bless you and everyone else!

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