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vmarie
May 26, 2020
This reminded me of the bass violin I have in my bedroom, although this is a violin. I wrote a fantasy story about the bass on HubPages. The title is "The Story of Daisy, the Double Bass."

You're invited to read it, if you desire. It's a cute story, even if I do say so myself.
rahrah1820
Feb 10, 2018
Such a beautiful instrument
SANTACLAUS
Jun 6, 2017
If only it was as easy to play this Viuolin as putting this jig sawstogether, but enjoy doing the different choice we have. thank you team for such a good choice.
fiestyolelady
Jan 25, 2017
This is a good instrument for kids to learn music. I detest bluegrass music but love much of violin music.
darambo
Jan 25, 2017
Fiestyolelady I used to play violin, but had to stop because I couldn't read music, learned to play by ear. That didn't work to long so I had to stop. Love strings and horns.Just love all types of music ( except rap )
pixipixil
Jan 25, 2017
Love most violin concertos. Beethoven, Kachaturian, Saint Saens (skated to that) & Tchaikovsky are favs. I like classical & show music, &old pops before heavy metal came in. Not much else. Not even jazz.
Taffi
Jan 25, 2017
I learnt violin when I was over in the UK. Then they put me on piano. All because of my long fingers! Originally started with the recorder. And yes, I learnt how to play music! There was FACE and EGBDF. I still remember. Have a good day everyone and be safe. Hugs!
carolsapple
Jan 25, 2017
Took piano lessons as a kid. I recall the keys A, B, C, D, E, F, G and then there's sharps and flats. Recall doing scales as well. Remember my teachers as well. My sister took flute and then quit.
pixipixil
Jan 26, 2017
When I went back to college in my 40's for music, I took a course to get me ready and when it came to reading notation the teacher didn't give us aids like every good boy deserves fudge because there's no time for that. It would be too slow. He said "Just learn it." It becomes as natural as recognizing letters of the alphabet but you have to keep at it. Theory class where you study the music without trying to perform it is the best help.
Taffi
Jan 27, 2017
FACE and EGBDF or Every Good Boy Deserves Food. That is how I learnt the notes. Then it was onto the placement on the lines, the sharps and the flats. You know :)
carolsapple
Jan 27, 2017
I learned another saying to learn the keys. Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge.
Glenelle
Jan 28, 2017
We said - Every good Boy Deserves Fruit - much better for you!!
JUDY2014
Jan 25, 2017
Violin's tickle the strings of my heart. WHAT! Better go get a cup of coffee silly girl.
pixipixil
Jan 25, 2017
That should keep you in a jolly mood.
darambo
Jan 25, 2017
Judy2014 that was a good one!
JUDY2014
Jan 26, 2017
Darambo.........the strings or coffee...
darambo
Jan 27, 2017
JUDY2014 first the strings, then I hope the coffee, nothing worse than bad coffee, lol! I'm sure you make a great cup of coffee. I drink my coffee while doing the puzzles also. Be safe
ParsonWayne
Jan 25, 2017
You don't have to fret about learning to play the violin.
pixipixil
Jan 25, 2017
I think you have your finger on the problem...no way to a-tone for going flat.
ParsonWayne
Jan 26, 2017
Are you stringing us along, pixipixil. We have had a-bow-t enough of that. lol Unless you have a good resin, that is.
pixipixil
Jan 26, 2017
What a gut wrenching reply, Parson. I bet you have me pegged as someone who fiddles around with other people's ideas.
ParsonWayne
Jan 27, 2017
I got the staff together to see how to respond to your pun-ishment, because in AR-pegio, we do thing differently. In fact, we have, in desperate times, even resorted to throwing such people over a clef. So make a note of that, pixipixil.
nlbuchanan
Jan 26, 2017
I could sure use some soothing violin music to soothe my frazzled nerves right now. Been working on employment taxes for weeks now culminating today with an inability to print the W2 for my caregiver. Hopefully tomorrow? The annual FUTA (federal unemployment tax) was by far the worst for me! It will soon be over until time for the quarterly tax deposits.

God bless you all and may all your number crunching result in fine grains of sand.
elijah13
Jan 25, 2017
Not my favorite instrument.
pixipixil
Jan 25, 2017
To listen to or to play? My parents made me take violin in grammar school because we owned one and they didn't want to pay rental for something else. It was full-sized and made my teeth hurt. Naturally it was way too big for me also and that was the end of my playing an instrument. One year of pain was enough.
sisgp
Jan 25, 2017
So sad to hear that is is a wonderful versatile instrument, from, leading orchestras, to soloists to folk music to electric thrilling music, it does it all.
pixipixil
Jan 25, 2017
In the hands of a master to be sure. When I had to take a course in it for my music degree I was petrified the violin would hurt my teeth but it didn't and I even got to liking it a bit--but I was majoring in voice and already in my mid 40's by then.
needler529
Jan 25, 2017
Our youngest daughter took violin classes for a few years. She was running down the hall, slipped and her elbow took a big hit. Ended up in a cast while it mended. After that. it was too painful for her to practice. But now she is thinking about picking up the violin again. Keeping my fingers crossed.
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