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There are seventy pieces of wood in a violin. An example is the bridge.
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How much does a piece of wood weigh?

\n. \n Whatever it is... \n. \nA 'piece of wood' is very vague. It all depends on the size of the piece and what type of wood it is. Strictly, the weight is the volume of the piece multiplied by the density of the particular wood.\n. \n How to figure it out for yourself \n. \nWood floats (MORE)

When a piece of wood burns what does it release?

Wood is a hydrocarbon. When wood burns, the hydrogen and carbon in the wood combine with oxygen to produce water (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2).. Depending on the other elements in the wood, other elements can be created. For example if there is sulfur in the wood, you could have sulfur dioxide (SO (MORE)

What kind of wood are violins made of?

The front of a violin is most often made from a high quality spruce, the tighter the grain on this, the higher the quality. The back, Ribs, Neck and Scroll are most often made from Maple. The fingerboard, pegs and the purfling (the lines around the edge) are made from Ebony or sometimes rosewood (MORE)

You are in a room with a saw and piece of wood how do you get out?

You are supposed to saw the wood in half. Two halves make a whole. You jump through the "hole" and you're out. In elementary, there was a similar one, but it was with a mirror and a table. You look in the mirror you see what you saw. You take the saw. Then you saw the table in half. Two halves ma (MORE)

What is a piece of wood?

the hard fibrous material that forms the main substance of the trunk or branches of a tree or shrub

What is the hardest violin piece to learn?

Perhaps one of the following? 1) Paganini's Caprice No. 1, 5, 9, or 24. ( totally solid - years of serious practice needed ) 2) Ernst - Grand Caprice on Erl-King 3) Bach - Chaconne from Partita No. 2 ( not impossible, but loads of stamina needed ) 4) Paganini Concerto D major ( incredibly (MORE)

How do you karate chop a piece of wood?

Depends on the position of the board, and the technique used (Knife hand strike, or upset knife hand strike). Their really is no way to explain this. I suggest not trying to do this. Take Karate lessons because if you do it wrong you can really hurt yourself. Some pointers for those who take Karate (MORE)

What is a permineralized piece of wood?

Permineralized or petrification wood is form when an organicmaterial is converted into stone. This is accomplished by replacingthe original material and filing with minerals. The finestpetrified wood involves amorphous silica.

How many pieces does a violin have?

It depends on what you mean by pieces. Do you mean sheet music, how many things such as the number of strings, the bridge etc. or maybe the pieces it needs to function.

How long is a piece of wood?

A single piece of wood can be as long as the tallest tree. California Redwood. Something like 150 feet. Finger jointed can be any length. Common lengths go to 16 ft. 20 and 24 at some lumber yards.

How many pieces of wood in a game of cricket?

There are 5 in standard rules. There are 3 uprights on each end called stumps and two cross pieces. For a total of 5. Then there is a wooden bat. That makes a total of 6. The game is played with batsmen at both ends, according to international laws.. 12 pieces of wood. (Or 13 if you count the cork (MORE)

Why do violins have tail pieces?

The tailpiece serves the purpose of anchoring the end of the strings. It is, itself, anchored to a protruding wood turning which is sunk into a hole in the bottom of the violin by a gut or now plastic strap. The other end of the strings are held in the tuning pegs in the pegbox at the scroll-end of (MORE)

How do you attach a violin chin piece?

The two metal rods that run along the chin piece horizontally can be screwed or unscrewed by using a small metal tool that fits in the holes in the rods. A bent paperclip can also work, but the tool is better.

Will a piece of wood scatter light?

Yes, as a matter of fact, there are several manufacturers that usewood veneers as shades for their lamps because of theirlight-scattering properties.

Is maple wood good for a violin?

In classic violin building, the sides, back and sometimes neck ofthe violin are always made of maple. The top, and thesoundpost under the bridge, are spruce. The fingerboard, tailpieceand tuning pegs are ebony, the linings inside the violin are cedar,and the bridge itself is also maple.

How do you remove a piece of wood from your toe?

It depends on how big the piece of wood is.. If it is big then I would not do anything and go to urgent care because if you pull it out yourself it could leave splinters or pieces inside your toe and make it worse. If it is just a small splinter then tweezers should work fine.

Why violin is made with different woods?

purely and simply the appearance, some prefer lighter wood and others darker IE mahogany and also price. more expensive wood equals more expensive violin. weight may also play a part. Younger people will want a lighter instrument. Thank you love me x

How many pieces of wood did the Pilgrims cut a day?

Pilgrims needed more wood in the winter than the summer. In the summer, wood would be needed for building and cooking. Scholastic has a wonderful website on the Pilgrims, the Wampanog and the First Thanksgiving. It talks about chores including firewood.