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SOLO VIOLINS
THREE VIOLINS
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SCORDATURA VIOLINS
IMPORTANT
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SONGS
EXAMPLES
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SYMPHONY
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SCROLL
MARKINGS
GREAT
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BELLS
TROMBONE
INSTRUMENTATION
FINGERBOARD
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VIVALDI
BAROQUE PERIOD
ELECTRIC GUITARS
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ORGAN
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VIOLIN CONCERTO
IMITATIVE
DRUMS
TRE
STRING SECTION
VIHUELA
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Definitions

  1. Violins are competent but playing with an orchestra that needs to practise what they are going to play a little more.
  2. Violins are tuned by turning the pegs in the pegbox under the scroll, or by adjusting the fine tuner screws at the tailpiece. (Web site)
  3. Violins are good at double stops, but because of the 'radius' of the strings, full chords are technically challenging.
  4. The violins are divided into two groups, first violin and second violin, each with its principal.
  5. Strains from 24 violins, a harpsichord and a symphony worth of lutes, flutes, oboes and bassoons fill the heavy air.

Cellos

  1. The back, sides, and neck of most violins, violas, cellos, double basses and many guitars are made from maple. (Web site)
  2. Strings: harp(s), 16 to 30 violins, 8 to 12 violas, 8 to 12 violoncellos (cellos), and 5 to 8 double basses.
  3. His String Quintet for two violins, viola and two cellos is also considered a first rate work. (Web site)

Jazz Recordings

  1. Violins also appear in ensembles supplying orchestral backgrounds to many jazz recordings. (Web site)

Wind Instruments

  1. Guitars, violins, wind instruments, karaoke equipment.

Stradivari

  1. He owned many valuable instruments, including violins by Amati, Stradivari, Bergonzi, and Jean Baptiste Vuillaume.

Melody Instruments

  1. The melody instruments used are usually both violins.

Fine Tuners

  1. No metal hardware such as chinrests, clamps or fine tuners are used on the violins, allowing the violins to vibrate freely.

Gigue

  1. The famous Canon in D belongs to this genre, as it was originally scored for 3 violins and a basso continuo, and paired with a gigue in the same key.

Stradivarius

  1. Arthur Grumiaux owned both Stradivarius and Guarneri violins and he was renowned as a player of classical elegance.

Fretless Electric Violins

  1. Revolutionary custom built 4, 5, 6, 7 string fretted and fretless electric violins, violas, and cellos designed by renowned electric violinist Mark Wood. (Web site)

String Instruments

  1. Alongside the brass bands came string instruments like violins and a double bass; string bands soon began to displace the older brass bands.

Ripieno

  1. Corelli's concertino consisted of two violins and a cello, with a string orchestra serving as ripieno, both accompanied by a basso continuo. (Web site)
  2. Only the first of the set shows any true concerto grosso writing, with a concertino of two violins, viola and 'cello, and a ripieno of four-part strings.

Solo Violins

  1. The slow movement is one of particular beauty, the two solo violins in dialogue above the gently lilting rhythm of the bass-line in the orchestra [4]. (Web site)
  2. In this second movement, a solo oboe line floats above the solo violins and a steady accompaniment in the strings.

Three Violins

  1. It was originally scored for three violins and basso continuo and paired with a gigue in the same key. (Web site)
  2. Adagio 3. Allegro Instrumentation: three violins, three violas, three cellos, and basso continuo (including harpsichord). (Web site)

First Violins

  1. This way the sound has a more direct line from the first violins to the back of the stage where it can be then reflected to the audience.

Scordatura Violins

  1. Partie II, for 2 scordatura violins & continuo in C minor (Musicalische Ergötzung No. (Web site)

Important

  1. Important from this period are six sonate a quattro, or string sonatas, composed in three days, unusually scored for two violins, cello and double bass. (Web site)

Value

  1. According to the Stradivari Society, the value of Stradivari and Guarneri violins has tripled since 1990. (Web site)

Flat

  1. Partie III, for 2 scordatura violins & continuo in E flat major (Musicalische Ergötzung No. (Web site)

Presence

  1. She feels that in doing so the violins have a more fluent range, and the presence of more open strings makes the sound of the ensemble richer. (Web site)

Songs

  1. Let's hope that on Wednesday the buskers polish their guitars, violins, didgerdoos and boom boxes and get out their best collection of songs.

Examples

  1. Many conductors alter the register of these passages to create a single descending scale (examples: m143 in the flute, m501 in the first violins). (Web site)

Parts

  1. Catalog. Boston, MA: Elias Howe Co.; 1931, [n.p.] Dealer in violins, violas, parts and accessories.

Violinist

  1. Having great natural gifts as a violinist, he was soon promoted to be one of the king's band of twenty-four violins, and leader of the private band. (Web site)

Symphony

  1. The Symphony of Psalms (1930) for chorus of men and boys and orchestra without violins became the most widely known of all Stravinsky's works after the Rite. (Web site)

Written

  1. Corelli was also an accomplished violinist and this may very well have been originally written for 2 violins. (Web site)
  2. The other work by Locatelli in the collection, written for four violins (op. (Web site)

Scroll

  1. Some old violins (and some made to appear old) have a grafted scroll, evidenced by a glue joint between the pegbox and neck. (Web site)

Markings

  1. Many other spiders have markings which somewhat resemble "violins". (Web site)

Great

  1. Violins of Great Falls (VOGF) viols and violin family and a F5 mandolin plan.

Soloists

  1. About a half-dozen call for three or four violins, and there are perhaps two-dozen for various combinations of winds and strings as soloists. (Web site)

Bells

  1. The Motown sound often includes hand clapping, a powerful bass line, violins and bells.

Trombone

  1. MIDI arr.: Two violins, trombone and and harpsichord.

Instrumentation

  1. He did not alter Wagner's scoring but limited his input to transferring the vocal lines to instrumentation: cellos for Tristan and violins for Isolde. (Web site)

Fingerboard

  1. The fingerboard of a violin is ideally made of ebony, but some particularly old violins have ivory fingerboards.
  2. The explosive, breakneck finale was every bit as thrilling, with great, buzzing section work in the violins and Sherry flying all over his fingerboard.

Tenor Saxophone

  1. There's a tenor saxophone, an ampersand and two violins. (Web site)

Vivaldi

  1. The concert on January 15 will be framed by concerti by Vivaldi and Torelli for four violins.

Baroque Period

  1. Violins of the Baroque period are distinct in a number of basic features from their modern counterparts.

Electric Guitars

  1. Mello’s arrangement includes acoustic and electric guitars, piano, violins, and contrabass. (Web site)

Ensembles

  1. Moravian folk music is best-known for the cimbalom, which are played in ensembles that also include double bass, clarinet and violins.

Organ

  1. Its members are David Granger, dulcian and bassoon, Jonathan Davis, harpsichord and organ, and Edwin Huizinga and Adriane Post, violins. (Web site)
  2. In the Church Sonatas the organ fills the void between the two violins and 'cello, in the Chamber Sonatas the harpsichord.

Sonatas

  1. He wrote the majority of his sonatas for one or two violins and thorough-bass. (Web site)

Violin Concerto

  1. In some sections the two solo violins have to master tasks which can be attributed to a solo violin in a violin concerto. (Web site)

Imitative

  1. The second employs the violins in an imitative, sometimes homophonic structure, that uses shorter note value s.

Drums

  1. Joe Maneri is on alto & tenor saxophones, clarinet and piano, Mat Maneri is on electric violins and viola, and Randy Peterson is on drums. (Web site)

Tre

  1. Sonate da chiesa a tre, for 2 violins, cello (or archlute) & organ in F major, Op. (Web site)

String Section

  1. Corelli's concertino group was invariably two violins and a cello, with a string section as ripieno group. (Web site)

Vihuela

  1. Both "vihuela" and "viola" were originally used in a fairly generic way, having included even early violins (viola da braccio) under their umbrella. (Web site)

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