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I could use some helpful hints for learning Bach's Adagio Di Molto on the Violin.
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I know that I'm taking on learning an advanced concerto composition but I have high aspirations. I feel that learning to play a composition of this nature will enhance my timing, pitch, sight reading and focus as well as developing a sense of the composers' vision to know where to emphasize his vision within the phrases of the

Within the movement of Bach's Adagio Di Molto where should the intonation of the voice be stressed through out the
phrases in order to give this concerto its' unique voice?

Is the voice within this composition considered more masculine or more feminine?

Where is the crucial point throughout Adagio Di Molto where there is emphasis stressed on the notation of the movement within the various measures?

Thank you for any helpful suggestions for tackling this composition that you might have:)