String Instruments

A string instrument is a musical instrument that makes sound by vibrating the strings on it. There are many types of stringed instruments. The most common of these appear in the violin family. The violin is a small, stringed instrument played with a bow- that is usually made of horsehair. When the bow is drawn across the strings it creates a vibration. You can select what vibration the bow makes by choosing the note on the fingerboard. It is tuned with a peg. The viola is a very similar instrument aside from some small differences. The viola is slightly larger, and is tuned to C, G, D, and A, instead of the violin's G, D, A (440 Hz), and E. The cello is a stringed instrument that is played on the bass clef and is much bigger than the violin, and it is played differently also. The double bass is bigger still and is the lowest of them all. strings

To learn the violin, viola or cello you must take lessons and train with the best teacher you can find. The reason for this is because the violin/viola/cello are the most complicated musical instruments in existence, and it is absolutely impossible to learn online or by yourself.

You need not only a great teacher, but also a proper school that has the tradition and experience to maintain bowed string instruments classes.

Our violin/viola/cello teachers will help you to explore the world of classical music for violinists of all levels of students that wish to learn these complex instruments. We will teach you how to hold it, tune it, the fingerboard, positions, bowing techniques, and all other aspects of the violin/viola/cello.

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