The torture of practicing an exciting piece of music painfully slow, so that you learn it correctly and will be prepared to perform it proudly and not like a drunk, sloppy fiddler!
Today, that piece is the Allegro from Sonata II for solo violin, by J.S. Bach.
Despite it being, at first, intimidating, this one is much easier than some of the other sonata and partita movements.
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