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  • We didn't want to make this video,

  • but there's just too many bad violin playing.

  • That's alright.

  • Please, come - Come at us. More content for us.

  • Yes, we can educate the...

  • Everyone that doesn't learn an instrument.

  • And if you're musician, I hope you agree with us.

  • Here we go.

  • So, the first one is Sherlock plays the violin for Eurus.

  • That's totally how you tune a violin, guys.

  • Check one string, two strings, maybe?

  • Leave the D and G string.

  • But don't get me wrong, I love the actor.

  • - I do love him. - I love the actor Benedict...

  • Yeah, I love Iron Man.

  • Here's how you tune a violin normally.

  • You play the A.

  • You check the D.

  • Play it together. Check if the interval, fifth, is in tune.

  • So when it's a fifth,

  • the frequencies, I think move together.

  • They're not going against each other

  • because every pitch has a certain frequency.

  • Physics.

  • Physics, it's not even music. It's physics.

  • When it's in tune...

  • It should ring quite well

  • and you check the D and G string.

  • Whatever. And A and E string.

  • He didn't even pluck the strings together.

  • He just plucked one and the other.

  • Maybe he wasn't tuning.

  • He was just checking that his violin made a sound.

  • Is this a violin?

  • Very clever how the camera...

  • Focus on the face almost instantly

  • after he started playing.

  • Just blur... Blur him out.

  • - Cover... It's a good thing. Yeah. - Yeah. Nice save. Nice save.

  • What's with his bow hold?

  • It looks kind of strange.

  • Benedict, if you want violin lessons, come to us.

  • - Yeah, for your next movie. - Please. We'll -

  • We'll give you free violin lessons.

  • Take as long as you want.

  • Nothing against Benedict. I love him very much. Just...

  • Just for your next time you have to film violin playing...

  • It ends like that, right?

  • - The sound of the music - - Yes, the bow needs to lift off.

  • Whereas right now, what's happening visually is...

  • It's like a handbrake at the end of the - Krrsh!

  • - Type of thing. - Yeah, like Paw!

  • Once again...

  • The actor is not doing vibrato, but you hear vibrato.

  • Physics!

  • You guys know already but...

  • That bow was so off.

  • Guys, perpendicular to the strings, parallel to the bridge.

  • Girl, rather than looking at Benedict,

  • you should be looking at your bow contact.

  • Ooof!

  • I've seen - I'm starting to see a common thing with like..

  • Movie portraying instruments is always...

  • Battling or like a conversation.

  • - Yeah... - Have you notice?

  • Music's a dialogue, guys.

  • It's never like, you just play a phrase.

  • - Yeah, yeah, yeah... Yeah. - It's like you're playing with someone else.

  • - Or against someone else. - Yeah.

  • Dude, it looks like - This looks like a stock image.

  • The music is nice though.

  • So... Good stuff.

  • At least they kept it to the minimum.

  • On to the next one!

  • Guys...

  • I don't think we need to explain much but please...

  • Some love stories do live forever.

  • Man, that videos gonna traumatize me forever.

  • Dude, I think he likes the technique of...

  • The long notes are right.

  • But why does he have to da da da?

  • But then he just adds a bunch of cha ka cha ka.

  • It's like, you can just change the bow, you know?

  • Just down and up bow.

  • Guys, you don't angle this way,

  • - you angle this way. Yeah. - Just at least move it that way, please.

  • Anyway, the next one.

  • What's up why movies making every character look up?

  • It was bouncing the wrong time.

  • You know, at this point, I am not even surprised.

  • I don't even care.

  • It's just like, alright, guys. I've lost - Almost lost hope.

  • I thought the Russians if any country

  • would nail violin playing.

  • Oistrakh? What would Shostakovich think if he saw this?

  • Now, the next video we have...

  • Tops it all. This is by far the most...

  • Epically realistic portrayal of...

  • Classical music I've ever seen.

  • - I'm way too excited roasting these people. - I know.

  • I should not be this happy.

  • You're late, Tom. You've to skip the hotel

  • and go straight to the auditorium, okay?

  • They've already got that part accurate.

  • I know, yeah.

  • Spot on, guys.

  • Sounds like us.

  • Tom Selznick, the new Rachmaninoff.

  • If only he didn't choke.

  • Hey, hey!

  • Very funny.

  • I'm gonna scrap Norman. I know it.

  • Still pretty accurate.

  • Very accurate.

  • Before the concert, damn it.

  • I'm gonna screw up, I know it.

  • All of us could be the new Ling Ling...

  • - If we didn't choke. - Yeah.

  • Okay, why is the piano at the back?

  • I thought it was his concert?

  • Proper concert etiquette.

  • The piano is always in the front.

  • And the orchestra is at the back.

  • Yeah.

  • Even just acoustically.

  • If I just picture an orchestra with 80 musicians.

  • - Yeah. 80... 80... - And one instrument at the back.

  • You're gonna have no chance being heard

  • if your placed behind.

  • Brett and Eddy.

  • You don't know what - How hard it is to make a film?

  • You don't know what goes into

  • making a film these days.

  • Stop talking like you know.

  • You're right. We don't know. But!

  • - We are classical musicians. - Mhm. Physics!

  • Wait, wait, wait. Wait a second.

  • There's too many things going on.

  • First of all, why is he flipping through the music

  • as if he's reading it for the first time on a concert?

  • Technically, he shouldn't even need the music

  • most of the time we play by memory.

  • Mhm.

  • And even if it's a new premiere concerto,

  • you should know the music well enough to not be...

  • - Kind of flipping through it like that. - Turning the page. Yeah.

  • AH!!!

  • Play one wrong note and you...

  • Die!

  • Right way to make - Make you really nervous on stage.

  • That's a bit dramatic.

  • Oh, you write it in capital letters and

  • red marking on the music.

  • Sacrilegious move.

  • What?

  • At the rest, go to your dressing room.

  • What do you mean at the rest?

  • Wow, he took it literally.

  • Did he just sprint to his dressing room

  • during the orchestra tutti?

  • That is the most intense premise for a

  • classical music concert I've ever seen.

  • It is so epic.

  • I wanna watch this movie now.

  • It's - Thr - Three bars!

  • Dude...

  • Alright, if you ever feel stage fright,

  • next time you're getting shaky bow on stage...

  • Just be grateful you don't have a sniper on your face.

  • Whoever the sniper is must be really like...

  • Serious about music.

  • Yeah. That was what I was thinking.

  • I'm still struggling to get my head around this plot.

  • - I know. Why is it this plot? - Why is this a thing?

  • This is a classical musician's nightmare.

  • Dude, it's like a horror movie.

  • Why, why, why is this a thing?

  • Out of all the things you can do...

  • Fantasy, fiction, action.

  • You had to pick horror and the grand piano.

  • And classical music set in concert.

  • I haven't seen this but I already rate this

  • the best movie of all time.

  • Yes, guys.

  • Alright, guys. Thank you so much for watching.

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ベネディクト・カンバーバッチはバイオリンを弾く (Benedict Cumberbatch Plays Violin)

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    李芷凝 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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