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- Violins are competent but playing with an orchestra that needs to practise what they are going to play a little more.
- Violins are tuned by turning the pegs in the pegbox under the scroll, or by adjusting the fine tuner screws at the tailpiece.
- Violins are good at double stops, but because of the 'radius' of the strings, full chords are technically challenging.
- The violins are divided into two groups, first violin and second violin, each with its principal.
- Strains from 24 violins, a harpsichord and a symphony worth of lutes, flutes, oboes and bassoons fill the heavy air.
- The back, sides, and neck of most violins, violas, cellos, double basses and many guitars are made from maple.
- Strings: harp(s), 16 to 30 violins, 8 to 12 violas, 8 to 12 violoncellos (cellos), and 5 to 8 double basses.
- His String Quintet for two violins, viola and two cellos is also considered a first rate work.
- Violins also appear in ensembles supplying orchestral backgrounds to many jazz recordings.
- Guitars, violins, wind instruments, karaoke equipment.
- He owned many valuable instruments, including violins by Amati, Stradivari, Bergonzi, and Jean Baptiste Vuillaume.
- The melody instruments used are usually both violins.
- No metal hardware such as chinrests, clamps or fine tuners are used on the violins, allowing the violins to vibrate freely.
- 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.
- Arthur Grumiaux owned both Stradivarius and Guarneri violins and he was renowned as a player of classical elegance.
- Revolutionary custom built 4, 5, 6, 7 string fretted and fretless electric violins, violas, and cellos designed by renowned electric violinist Mark Wood.
- Alongside the brass bands came string instruments like violins and a double bass; string bands soon began to displace the older brass bands.
- Corelli's concertino consisted of two violins and a cello, with a string orchestra serving as ripieno, both accompanied by a basso continuo.
- 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.
- 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 .
- In this second movement, a solo oboe line floats above the solo violins and a steady accompaniment in the strings.
- It was originally scored for three violins and basso continuo and paired with a gigue in the same key.
- Adagio 3. Allegro Instrumentation: three violins, three violas, three cellos, and basso continuo (including harpsichord).
- 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.
- Partie II, for 2 scordatura violins & continuo in C minor (Musicalische Ergötzung No.
- 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.
- According to the Stradivari Society, the value of Stradivari and Guarneri violins has tripled since 1990.
- Partie III, for 2 scordatura violins & continuo in E flat major (Musicalische Ergötzung No.
- 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.
- Let's hope that on Wednesday the buskers polish their guitars, violins, didgerdoos and boom boxes and get out their best collection of songs.
- Many conductors alter the register of these passages to create a single descending scale (examples: m143 in the flute, m501 in the first violins).
- Catalog. Boston, MA: Elias Howe Co.; 1931, [n.p.] Dealer in violins, violas, parts and accessories.
- 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.
- 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.
- Corelli was also an accomplished violinist and this may very well have been originally written for 2 violins.
- The other work by Locatelli in the collection, written for four violins (op.
- Some old violins (and some made to appear old) have a grafted scroll, evidenced by a glue joint between the pegbox and neck.
- Many other spiders have markings which somewhat resemble "violins".
- Violins of Great Falls (VOGF) viols and violin family and a F5 mandolin plan.
- 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.
- The Motown sound often includes hand clapping, a powerful bass line, violins and bells.
- MIDI arr.: Two violins, trombone and and harpsichord.
- 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.
- The fingerboard of a violin is ideally made of ebony, but some particularly old violins have ivory fingerboards.
- The explosive, breakneck finale was every bit as thrilling, with great, buzzing section work in the violins and Sherry flying all over his fingerboard.
- There's a tenor saxophone, an ampersand and two violins.
- The concert on January 15 will be framed by concerti by Vivaldi and Torelli for four violins.
- Violins of the Baroque period are distinct in a number of basic features from their modern counterparts.
- Mellos arrangement includes acoustic and electric guitars, piano, violins, and contrabass.
- Moravian folk music is best-known for the cimbalom, which are played in ensembles that also include double bass, clarinet and violins.
- Its members are David Granger, dulcian and bassoon, Jonathan Davis, harpsichord and organ, and Edwin Huizinga and Adriane Post, violins.
- In the Church Sonatas the organ fills the void between the two violins and 'cello, in the Chamber Sonatas the harpsichord.
- He wrote the majority of his sonatas for one or two violins and thorough-bass.
- In some sections the two solo violins have to master tasks which can be attributed to a solo violin in a violin concerto.
- The second employs the violins in an imitative, sometimes homophonic structure, that uses shorter note value s.
- Joe Maneri is on alto & tenor saxophones, clarinet and piano, Mat Maneri is on electric violins and viola, and Randy Peterson is on drums.
- Sonate da chiesa a tre, for 2 violins, cello (or archlute) & organ in F major, Op.
- Corelli's concertino group was invariably two violins and a cello, with a string section as ripieno group.
- Both "vihuela" and "viola" were originally used in a fairly generic way, having included even early violins (viola da braccio) under their umbrella.
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