OK, so I'm trying to learn Enno Voorhorst's arrangement, so beautifully played here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0bblfBV ... 0ag&lf=BFa
At 0' 54", is that really an extraordinarily deft right-hand cross-string trill, or has the whole thing indeed been finger-synced in the studio after the fact, with a "normal" left-hand trill inserted at this point? It's true that there's no visible sign of any microphone or pickup. What does the team think?
Apologies for the necroposting but I've been learning this piece and I asked myself the same question when I watched Enno's video. It turns out that's a right hand A-B trill. I'm basing myself on Yates' transcription but I made a few changes here and there. From what I can see Enno is playing a transcription extremely similar to the Yates version.