The gypsy and the classical violinist

When Brad talks about uniting technique and process, he often uses the example of the gypsy and the classical violinist.  The gypsy plays a violin with intense feeling (process), and the classical violinist’s strength is impeccable technique.  While we’re impressed with the feats of the classical violinist, we’re more moved by the heart of the gypsy.  An ideal performance marries the two.  The following performances by Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy are an example of this:

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