This section lists many articles about music universe, history and utility rosin, or differences between bowed string instruments.
The violin is a bowed string instrument. Both its origins and its inventor are quite controversial. It was inspired by several instruments, then inspired inventors and luthiers who came up with new instruments such as the Stroh violin, the Chanot violin and even the electric violin. Let’s explore the violin and its ‘cousin’ musical instruments as well as their origins.
The violin and viola are both part of the bowed string instrument family, along with the cello and the double bass. They have few similarities. But, in fact, they are really different in terms of size, weight, playing style, sound and more.
Playing the violin requires a lot of effort and diligence. These years of practice are filled with pains and injuries that will slow down your progress. Learn how to limit them?
Perfect pitch is the ability to recognize, when listening to a sound, the corresponding musical notes without prior auditory reference. Do you have this ability?
Many classical violinists ask us about the operation of an electric violin and the differences between classical violins and electric violins. So, we listed all differences between classical and electric violins.
You need to fly for a concert abroad? And you’re concerned about that long ride for your violin? You’re right, it’s always complicated to flight with a violin. We listed here all our tips and advises to take your violin in the cabin.
What is the purpose of applying rosin to your violin bow? and how to apply violin rosin on your bow?