Archive: Month: August 2016

Violin and Viola: their differences

Posted on August 8th, 2016  by: violin
viola player1

The viola is one of the members of the violin family. They are in many respects similar. They are similar to look in shape, color, listening. They both sound similar, but they are different in many ways. Note the important differences: Pitching Violins normally play upper pitched music while Violas play lower pitched parts. Though […]

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A Focus on Violin Luthier

Posted on August 5th, 2016  by: violin

A luthier  is one who constructs or patch up or repairs string instruments  with neck and  sound box. The making of this instrument or  Lutherie is mainly divided into two categories. The one is,  those who make stringed instruments that are plucked, and the others are bowed. Luthiers also train or teach string instruments in […]

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How to be a successful violinist: A few tips

Posted on August 4th, 2016  by: violin
solo violin1

You are  resting on your back on the sofa or in bed listening to a latest album of  your much loved artist,   you feel a mysterious emotions overflowing your mind.  It is as if you are going beyond the reality. It is the brain’s ability to absorb the melody and make it a sense to […]

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The variation between Violin and Guitar that one should know

Posted on August 4th, 2016  by: guitar

Guitar and violin both are stringed instrument. But there are key differences between them. These differences are in different areas of the two instruments. The scale length or length of string is the first place where the difference becomes first prominent. On most of the guitars, the scale length is 24” to 26” which may […]

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