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Strings On A Violin

Fingerboard Chart. Play around on this site, they have an interactive fingerboard that shows you finger placement. Very helpful!

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That's just not right! It's missing the harp rack! Multi Guitar Instrument Magic - Guitar-Muse.com

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from Mail Online

Grand design: The £70k piano that doubles as a work of art

Ergonomic curved computer keyboards might have inspired the unique design of Shimmel firm's Pegasus Grand Piano. RESEARCH -DdO:) - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/instruments-for-joy/ - At the heart is a cast-iron base plate, supporting 220 strings 10,000+ components. Model name comes from electronically controlled lid having a gold figure of winged horse Pegasus. Flying design of flow.

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Seahorse Harp. Which is the main event here...the look or the music? Hard to tell...

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aww that's more like a cello (int the way it's being played), but i'll take it

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The octobass is an extremely large bowed string instrument constructed about 1850 in Paris by the French luthier Jean Baptiste Vuillaume (1798-1875). It has four strings and is essentially a larger version of the double bass. The instrument was, in fact, so large that it took two musicians to play: one to bow and the other to control the "fingering", and was consequently never produced on a large scale or used much by composers.

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A man on the sidewalk in rainy Paris. The man uses his umbrella to protect his cello case. This is the famous cellist Maurice Baquet. The image was taken by photographer Robert Doisneau in 1957.

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What Are the Different Parts of a Violin? [Infographic]: http://takelessons.com/blog/parts-of-a-violin-z08?utm_source=social&utm_medium=blog&utm_campaign=pinterest

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Stroh violin, or Stroviols, is a trade name for a horn-violin, or violinophone—a violin that amplifies its sound through a metal resonator and metal horns rather than a wooden sound box as on a standard violin. The instrument is named after its designer, John Matthias Augustus Stroh, an electrical engineer in London, who patented it in 1899.

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Gibson Les Paul - what a lovely finish on this one. Is this antique violin finish perhaps?

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