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  • Hey, how's it going?

  • Welcome back to another episode of TwoSet Violin.

  • Today we have another sight-reading video,

  • but with an interesting twist to it.

  • We will be sight-reading music,

  • but only off the original manuscript.

  • The O.G.

  • This is handwritten stuff.

  • It's scribbly...

  • - We're probably gonna go blind with this video. - I know.

  • - I'm gonna need better glasses. - We've all forgotten how lucky we are to have...

  • - Clean, printed manuscript in this day and age. - Printers.

  • Dude, they had scribes to rewrite

  • - the same part for every violin person. - Oh god...

  • So every note we play right...

  • Accent the like button.

  • - Ding, ding, ding. All right, let's go. - All right, let's go.

  • What is this? Level one.

  • - Nielsen violin ro - Nielson? - Bro...

  • Why are the staves going backwards?

  • Yeah, it's upside - It's going backwards.

  • All right, so we haven't learned or practiced

  • or even looked at any of these pieces.

  • Oh, man...

  • - Yeah. I know. - This is already hurting my eyes.

  • It's like little ants on the screen.

  • Dude, that note is...

  • Dude...

  • Dude, that G.

  • Ah! Dude, that looked like a B.

  • - All right, your turn. - Hahaha!

  • Oh! Ha, ha, ha!

  • Oh, you're so screwed.

  • I feel like an old man, like...

  • Dude, it's so small.

  • Did they even have glasses back then?

  • Why am I doing that? Put it on.

  • Oh!

  • Ah...

  • Woah, dynamics.

  • I like that.

  • Oh, ****.

  • I played the wrong note.

  • - Manuscripts have errors! - Yeah, that's -

  • Is that an error?

  • It must be, that doesn't make sense.

  • Can you imagine

  • conducting an orchestra back then with all the typos?

  • It's like not having spell check for your...

  • - Yeah, yeah. For your essays and stuff. - Composition. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • Oh, by the way, restock.

  • This sold out in like two days.

  • Check it out.

  • All right, level two,

  • Handel Music for the Royal Fireworks.

  • This is level 2 not in the sense that the music is harder...

  • - But the manuscript is even messier. - It's messy. It's messier.

  • Yeah, I think that's right.

  • Oh!

  • Ah!

  • - Yeah. I don't even know. - Oh, okay.

  • But you made it though.

  • I don't know what note that is.

  • That looks like the ink just blotted.

  • - Oh, that one, yeah. - Like, what is that?

  • It's a mystery. Detectives, what is that?

  • Imagine being like those manuscript people.

  • - And every copy, they might copy the wrong thing. - Trying to figure -

  • That would be sacrilegious.

  • Ding, ding!

  • Your turn.

  • Okay, who is this?

  • Tartini.

  • F sharp, why is there two F sharps?

  • - Don't worry. I won't forget the sharps now. - Oh man.

  • My eyes. Sorry, I need a break.

  • Oi!

  • Oh no, that's right. My bad.

  • My bad, my bad, my bad.

  • It does sound weird.

  • What the ****?

  • Tartini, you high?

  • He's been smoking too much devil's trills.

  • Bro...

  • Oh.

  • Oh, come on.

  • That's why we don't play the Tartini concertos.

  • - Oh!!! - Oh!!!

  • Brahms Piano Trio.

  • I had fun with that one.

  • Dude, you can't see, it's faded.

  • Am I in the shot?

  • Da~ Da, da~

  • Da, da~

  • I don't know this.

  • It's really epic.

  • Da, da~

  • Da, da, da, da, da~

  • Dude, I think...

  • Is that right?

  • Did I play it right?

  • Da, da, da - I don't know, maybe not.

  • Da, da, da~

  • Yeah.

  • Da, da, da, da, da, da~

  • Whoa.

  • Oh, that's the piano part.

  • No!

  • Nah...

  • - I don't even know if I'm playing right or wrong. - Can you imagine trying to read the music

  • back in the days?

  • And that's why you memorize music, guys.

  • Actually, aside from Eddy's sight-reading,

  • this is a great piece, you should check it out.

  • You ready?

  • Good luck.

  • Good luck.

  • Da, da, da~ Da~ Da, da~

  • Oh, B natural!

  • Ooo!

  • You didn't get me there.

  • - Oh! - Two, three...

  • Oh, I played the piano part.

  • I had to move my head. Like, I had to do this.

  • - Yeah. - I couldn't see it.

  • Dude, in the camera, you don't even see your face.

  • You just see your head like this.

  • Well, have fun with...

  • Chopin Ballade No.1 arranged by Ysaye.

  • Oh, I know this.

  • That's not fair.

  • You know it.

  • - No! - That's why you memorize pieces by ear!

  • Dude, what the hell?

  • Oh, I think I know this one.

  • Da, da, da, da~

  • Bom, bom.

  • Bom, bom.

  • Oh my god, are you ready?

  • I hate reading ledger lines when it's manuscript.

  • - The spacing is different. - And the gap gets smaller and smaller. Yeah.

  • Oh, I know this one too.

  • Oh!

  • Ah.

  • You know this, right?

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • I can't play it.

  • Nice.

  • Oh, imagine doing the second violin part right now.

  • Oh, you got it.

  • I know this one.

  • - Yeah, yeah, yeah. - But I haven't played it though.

  • - Yeah. - But I know it.

  • Guys, we want to make a chamber quartet,

  • but we have no friends.

  • - Help. - Yeah, help.

  • Help.

  • Oh, violin concerto, dude, I played this.

  • Really? No. 2?

  • No, wait, I take that back.

  • - I forgot he had more than one concerto. 3, 3. - I think we played No. 3, right?

  • But this actually looks not too bad.

  • Oh, it goes to here?

  • Da~

  • Dude...

  • At least Saint-Saens wrote it cleanly.

  • - Yeah, Saint-Saens, thank you. - Thank you.

  • Saints-Saens, oui, oui.

  • Thank you, Saint-Saens.

  • Thank you, Saint-Saens.

  • Dude, it's not even - This level is like...

  • Oh, so nice.

  • Dude...

  • Woah.

  • Okay, ledger lines.

  • Oh!

  • - Dude... - Practiced my scales!

  • Practice!

  • Like, this is harder as a piece but easier to read.

  • Oh!

  • Dude, Schumann Fantasy for -

  • Dude, he's in a fantasy.

  • Schumann, do you think this is readable?

  • Ooo. Is it telling me B natural?

  • I thought it was a sharp.

  • Is that a sharp?

  • Dude, this is the worst.

  • How do I even figure that out?

  • It's like doctor's signature.

  • Maybe they can read it.

  • You know how doctors can read

  • - each other's prescriptions? - Yeah, they can.

  • It's like, "oh, that's a panadol."

  • It's like literally one line.

  • Yeah, it's like...

  • Schumann is actually a doctor.

  • That's why he died from syphilis.

  • Did he die from syphilis?

  • - They all kind of died from syphilis. - I don't know.

  • I just know his wife ran away for Brahms.

  • Ah!

  • - Ah! - That's what happens

  • when you don't write music clearer.

  • All right, guys, I think this is it.

  • Now you guys know what original manuscript looks like.

  • We have a new appreciation for

  • music scripts that's written out clean.

  • Yes, I need to rest my eyes now.

  • I can't even see the accents.

  • Can't even see you guys.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, you know what I can't see?

  • I can't see them practicing.

  • All right, guys, please accent the like button.

  • We hope you enjoy watching us shred and just...

  • - Ding! Ding! - Yeah.

  • Classical music has come a long way.

  • Thank you, everyone.

  • Ling Ling is all within us.

  • See you guys next time.

  • Interesting!

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