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Re: “Live: Making sense of Lindsey Stirling in Raleigh

"Stirling made the point that her songs all bear a similar sound, meant to mirror her personal struggle with depression and how she overcame this malady by practicing positive thinking, just as she practiced dance or violin. This explanation came, mind you, as the trite segue into the song "Transcendence.""
I think that I'd prefer a Lindsey Stirling "trite segue" over an offensive, patronising dismissal of someone's open and honest story of struggling with their self-worth. Certainly hope that you never have to face those demons.
Critique Lindsey's violin playing by all means; but that is only one part of the package; something that you don't seem to be able to come to grips with as demonstrated by your seemingly incredulous record of everyone actually enjoying and relating to her show. And how this made you so "happy".
And to finish with "At least she holds her instrument beautifully, just like a dancer." What on earth does that mean?

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Posted by Aubrey Adams on 06/25/2015 at 3:23 AM

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