Darren Criss in Capital Cities’ “I Sold My Bed, But Not My Stereo”

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WHY ARE YOU MAL REYNOLDS

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A Great Big World - Already Home (Starring Darren Criss & Jessica Szohr)

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jamescookjr:

I think the violin is the root of almost everything I do, because there is an attention to detail and a precision, and it’s such a small margin of error. It’s an unbelievable training ground for so many disciplines. Again, it’s given me a particular penchant for harmonics and pitch and execution - and the dynamics of that sound - which goes back to my love of languages and my love of acting. In any scene work, talking is a musical function. A lot of actors, especially comedians, tend to be pretty well versed musicians. They understand cadence and phrasing. I think Bill Clinton would be a great example; he’s not a world-renowned sax player but he’s got a great sense jazz and timing. The bravado when he speaks comes from this sense of knowing how to land things. 

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