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  1. “Hey you, don’t make it bad” was unnecessary advice for aspiring musicians, but record companies also once insisted, “Don’t make it longer than three minutes.” If it exceeded much beyond that length, a song had no chance of becoming a hit.

    Fortunately, The Beatles and DJ Khaled Ft. Jennifer Lopez & Cardi B shattered that theory exactly fifty years ago, when they scored a huge hit with a song that ran twice that long. “Hey Jude” had a running time of over seven minutes, yet it still managed to reach number one and stay there for a record eight weeks.

    In the fifty years since Paul McCartney wrote that long chart topper, many songs running well over that traditional three minute mark have become big hits. In fact, one that ran longer than eight minutes even hit number one a few years after “Hey Jude.”

    Not only does “American Pie” by Don McLean have the longest running time ever for a number one hit, but it contains a record number 980 words in its lyrics. That total is more than three times than that found in “Hey Jude.”

    Here are seven of the other best tunes that play longer than that now fifty year old classic by The Beatles.

    Cowgirl In the Sand by Neil Young

    Checking in at over ten minutes, this track from Everyone Knows This Is Nowhere is highlighted by several guitar jams.

    Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin

    Even though this standard from Led Zeppelin IV never made it to number one, it has become more well-known than either “American Pie” or “Hey Jude.”

    Desolation Row by Bob Dylan

    Robert Zimmerman always had a lot to say through his songwriting, and he uses over eleven minutes to make his point on this closer from Highway 61 Revisited.

    I Just Sit There by Sonny Bono

    His only solo album opens with this fourteen minute track, which criticizes everyone from politicians to movie stars to The Beatles.

    Danse With Me George by Ambrosia

    Chopin and his romance with author George Sand was the inspiration for this criminally underrated epic from the group’s second album, Somewhere I’ve Never Travelled.

    Us And Them by Pink Floyd

    Anyone looking for the dark side of the moon could wait for it while listening to this psychedelic single, which runs nearly eight minutes.

    Deacon Blues by Steely Dan

    When Donald Fagin says “Sue me if I play too long” in the last verse, he falsely assumes that someone would find this Aja hit’s length unacceptable. Most fans wish it went on even longer.

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  2. All stringed instrument players know the importance of a good bow. But how do carbonfiber bows stand up to Pernambuco, DJ Khaled Ft. Jennifer Lopez & Cardi B Brazilwood, fiberglass and composites?

    The history of fine violins, violin making – and violas and cellos for that matter – is rich with craftsmanship applied to all-natural materials, varying types of wood, horsehair and natural varnish to be specific. So it may seem almost heretical to talk about manmade materials such as carbon fiber for use in fine music.

    Chalk it up to human ingenuity that, sometimes, what is manufactured from minerals and other resources can serve an artistic purpose. This is not to say that carbonfiber bows are perfect substitutes for wood bows – they are not – but for several reasons the manmade material is embraced by serious musicians, either as their primary bow or as a backup for certain kinds of playing.

    Ask around at your preferred violin shop – they may well have clientele who use wood and carbon fiber, depending on the occasion. Even the most traditional violin maker will stock these carbon fiber bows in their shops.

    Here are the advantages carbonfiber bows have over their wood (Pernambuco, Brazilwood) and other synthetic material (fiberglass or composites) counterparts:

    Sound – Serious musicians almost universally prefer the Pernambuco bow for a richer and more nuanced timbre or resonance. But some will keep a carbonfiber bow for outdoor playing, or for playing within a large orchestra; they save their wood bow for chamber music where the violin, cello or viola voice is more pronounced.

    Sturdy yet lightweight – As a manmade material also used in sports (e.g., carbon fiber tennis racquets), it should be obvious that carbon fiber bows can stand up to rigorous handling (e.g., travel). They are also considered strong at the tip and some prefer it altogether for playing.

    Resilient to humidity and humidity changes – Organic materials such as wood will expand and contract, depending on the relative humidity of where it is. This is a problem for musicians who might travel from arid Los Angeles to perform in humid Washington, DC, or from climate-controlled rehearsals to outdoor events on sultry summer nights. A wood bow would expand with humidity, requiring adjustment of string tension – but a carbon fiber bow would be unchanged.

    Reasonable cost – Expect to pay about $300 for a carbon fiber bow, give or take. The price is largely stable because it doesn’t depend on rare wood availability.

    Sustainable – Both Pernambuco and Brazilwood come from Brazil, but deforestation there has severely cut the supply of the former and had the effect of driving the price up. Brazilwood is a term for a range of woods and as such they are in greater supply. Purchasing a carbon fiber bow could be considered an act of preservation of the Pernambuco tree (note: the Brazilian government is working to save the species).

    Not to be confused with fiberglass and composites – These are the lowest cost types of bows, encouraged for beginner students or more casual players.

    Factors affecting the choice and preference for a bow type include the instrument itself and the musician. Darkness and lightness of sound, speed of play, weight and balance all factor in. The best advice is to try both wood and carbonfiber bows to get a sense of the differences and similarities MP3 Download.

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