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Those past days(continued)  

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When I was a sophomore, I bought a violin that cost around 150 Yuan, a middle to low quality instrument. The reason why I bought it was because I was attracted by the violin music, which was so melodious! The main media for listening to music then was by small cassette player. The first tape of violin music I bought  was The Love Of Butterflies, which was played by Chinese famous violin soloist Sheng Zhongguo who is now nearly 70 years old and has bowed out from the stage. Occasionally he will appear on the stage because of some commemorating activities. But his techniques have declined significantly due to the age factor.  The second violin tape I bought was The Violin Concerto Written by  Bruch(a German composer) and played by Kogan( an outstanding  Soviet Union violin soloist). It was this tape leading me to the palace of western classical music. At the beginning of touching the western music, I felt the same with you that I was not accustomed to the western classical music. Gradually, with the deeper understanding I found the movements of the symphony or the concerto were so euphonious; and those short music pieces were also alluring. I was immersed in the music sea then. My feelings fluctuated with the flowing music.

After I bought the violin, I began to play it with the instruction of a music text I bought. Now I can not clearly remember how I tided over that difficult period just by self learning and without any instructor.  I learnt the violin step by step. Of course, the trouble was obvious. The sound of violin was always thought to be noise for a beginner. Thus I tried to find the chance that all the roommates had went to the classroom, then I practiced over and over. Sometimes I went to the roof of the building and played it at the corner. I still remember one night I went to a park of the campus at around 12pm, just playing several munites among the little trees, a man who might be the guarder emerged  soon in front of me, and said to me, " it is not suitable time for playing music, please go away!". Oh, it was really absurd as for my behaviour.  Gradually, there were someone saying that my performance was worth audible. Of cousre, it was only an elementary level when I thought later on.  One of my friends ever gave the comments on my graduate book, that was read " Mr.Qu, I appreciate your image against the sunshine before the dark, you are so intoxicated in the music, I think you must find those mysterious things during the performance. The music may lead you to a scenic life".

I think many of my former classmates in the university may now give up the hobby in music long time ago after they stepped into the society. Of course, I have also been away from violin for a long time. Last summer, my wife suggested my son to learn violin, and bought two violins at an instrumental factory. The  qualities are more superior than the violin I bought in my college period. However, the intense time in study of my son has dispensed my wife's idea to learn violin. As for me, I have almost left all the techniques in playing violin behind me, thus, I can not resume the passion to play violin any more. Maybe later on I could pick up it again if my son had time to learn it. I think it would be many years later.

However, it is appreciative that my son and I both hold the same interest in playing bamboo flute. On Saturday this week my son will take part in a music competition which is  only at the primary stage at Wuhan Conservatory of Music. I hope he will achieve an excellent result.
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