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Bohemian Rhapsody for Four Strings


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This is freaking brilliant!


Had you never heard the Queen version, this would still stand on its own as a good classical piece. :text-bravo:
Ok, that's pretty cool. I wonder if he did the 4-part arrangement himself? Very well done. A few minor tuning issues here and there ;) but otherwise a great performance!
I think that technically there are 16 strings... cool none the less. Very cool.
I mean of the violin; a couple of the notes were a bit off, to me.

And T7, in the orchestra world, a "string" is one instrument - violin, viola, cello, bass. So "4 strings" means 4 parts for stringed instrument.
This time, for solo classical guitar:


DIYer said:
Ok, Pauly, is the tuning better with guitar guy?
:eek:bscene-birdiedoublered: I'm not *that* picky... and yes, it was better, but I don't generally notice tuning issues with fretted instruments, unlike the violin. I admit though, that for the most part the violin is not my favorite instrument. OTOH, Hillary Hahn - a classical violinist - is one of my great heroines, she's amazing.