The Violin Alone: One Man Becomes and Orchestra : Eric Funk at TEDxBozeman
I am an idealist but not an idealistic fool. I know that a violin can't literally sound like the all of the instruments in the orchestra. But in trying to do so, extended techniques allow for timbrel reaches far beyond the normal scope. Suddenly a violin staged an ambush. One man is simultaneously the soloist and the orchestra accompanying him in real time. "Vili: Concerto for the Violin Alone, Op. 109"