The lowest string on the violin
to play the violin
Yes, it means "violin."
A violin is a string instrument used to strum music.
Play with the bow until it wears out or you can use scissors to cut 'em off.
I think you mean five. Violin I, Violin II, Viola (Violin III) Cello Double Bass.
i have a violin that is old and it has the word fecit on a piece of paper glued inside the violin
Probably the first violin section or the first violin in an ensemble. Different pieces of music require different numbers of violin parts, all playing different notes.
Im guessing you mean Open A?
Do you mean Darkness? it has a violin. That's the only one i know of.
Why is a music-realated doing in the Relationships' section? Do you mean LOVE songs for the violin???
Do you mean a violin that Paganini played or one that he made? If the former, you probably mean Il Cannone, which became his signature violin.
The prefixes em- and en- mean put into or make. This is shown in entangle.
two sharps on a violin mean your in the key of D. the sharps are F# and C#
Well, I presume that by 'wires' you mean strings. There are four strings on a violin- the G,D,A and E.
I believe by this you mean a shoulder pad-which is place under the violin so that the violin rests comfortably on the shoulder. It is used by professionals to make it easier to hold up the instrument.
Em pandik is not Spanish.
it can also mean like if your talking to your friends or something they can mean em as in umm or uhm yano like your thinking it can also mean that
If you mean the stick that stands up against the back and the front pieces of the violin, it is a sound post.
If you mean the treble clef line, then it is easier to get the sheet music and follow it there. Otherwise, they are no violin notes in that song.
If you mean frets to press the strings against - like the ones on the fingerboard of a guitar - there are no frets on a violin.
If by violin marker you mean the finger tapes, they go where they go on any other violin. First finger, high second finger, and third finger usually, to make a B, C#, and D on the A string.
I think its like a sarcastic way of saying you have sympathy... because you know in old movies when there is violin music and its a tragic part? and the SMALLEST violin is because you cant hear it.
A fiddle is what bluegrass players call the violin.
Can you clarify? How many what? If you mean strings, there are 4.
Please clarify your question.
Do you mean bigger than a Violin, but smaller than a Cello? If so, then the answer is the Viola.
If, by 'first note' you mean the lowest note, then the lowest note you can play on a correctly tuned violin is the open G string.
I guess because people have an environment where people always hear about the violin so i guess because others learn about violin as they grow up you know? like a basic instrument that implanted into your brain or something.. i mean at first would you pick the violin?
The leader of the orchestra is the principle first violin Actually, it depends on what you mean. The principle violin player is (normally) the concertmaster, but he does not conduct the orchestra normally.
It could mean many things. F is also a letter place holder for a note on the violin. Ex: F can be 2 on D.
It means go back to the repeat.
Em biopsy likely means endometrial biopsy.
Um.... what do you exactly mean ? Um if its has like a body or holes or even only like a horn type of thing in the bottom its probably a electric violin that you have to hook up to a speaker. I mean you can also get an acoustic violin that has a shape or an animal as a scroll like my sister has a tiger as her scroll. Hope I answer your question.
Do you mean movie? The Red Violin fits your description. It is a very good movie and I highly recomend it. (however it is not a g movie)
No. 'tu em est' means 'you em is' in english...'son jusqu'à vous' means its up to you. -mr.schizer
Em nho anh/em (anh mean if you're talking to a guy, put anh, if you're talking to a girl put em)
In violin music, detached means that the notes are separated, but not necessarily staccato. They are basically normal notes with a short pause in between. Hope that helps:)
Could someone snooping outside tell the difference between a sound wave for a bass guitar or violin?
You mean could they tell if someone was playing bass or violin? Yes.
a vola is almost like a violin there is just a unknown way to play them in the same way i mean there is a diffrence that people are trying to find out.
It means whoever wrote that didn't know what they are talking about. You can have a 13" viola but violins are refered to in fractions and 1/3 size violin is not made.
If you mean Gotta keep em separated it's The Offspring
no shouldn't be i mean they dig em up and eat em like carrots don't they??
I'm not quite sure if you mean when was the violin made or...um...when was the violin. But anyways, I'm going to answer when was the violin made. It is probable that the violin (and its other cousins the viola and cello) were created during the mid-16th century in Northern Italy. Perhaps being the maker of the first true violins, Andrea Amati (ca. 1500-1577) was the patriarch of the Cremona school of violin making. Antonio Stradivari… Read More
All violins are played by hand. However, if you mean what is the Italian word for plucking the violin strings rather than using the bow, it is pizzicato.
if you mean in a string orchestra, it is violin, viola, cello, and bass
"Da capo" means go back to the beginning.
If you mean the string with the lowest pitch, the answer would be the G string.
throw em out the window ;]
same thing as en.