The violin is the smallest and highest-pitched of the standard modern bowed strings. The viola, cello, and double bass have their own categories. Submissions that deal with specific violin subjects for the violin, need to submit sites that correspond to the one of the subcategories under the Bowed Strings: Violin category: For violinists' sites - Arts: Music: Instruments: Stringed: Bowed Strings: Violin: Violinists For sites of violin makers - Arts: Music: Instruments: Stringed: Bowed Strings: Violin: Makers For sites that specialize in violin sales with online options for purchase - Shopping: Music: Instruments: Stringed: Bowed Strings: Violin Sites that deal specifically with general electric violin subjects - electric or amplified violin - should be submitted to one of he electric bowed string categories: Arts: Music: Instruments: Stringed: Bowed Strings: Electric Arts: Music: Instruments: Stringed: Bowed Strings: Violin: Makers: Electric Violins
Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Appraisal of Violins
Source for violin appraisal and related references. Bibliography and information.
Resources, bulletin board, performance information, and links.
Violin magazine. Current and archived articles from the print version of the magazine. Subscription information and links.
Application of acoustical physics to the violin. From the School of Physics, University of New South Wales.
The Violin Site
Providing history, articles, biographies and techniques for artists, students and teachers. Includes free sheet music and audition tips.
The Violin Tutor
Downloadable practice software for beginner violinists and includes instruction for tuning and music theory. This program is not intended as a substitute for a teacher. Trial version offered.
Audition notices, directory for violinists, links to orchestras and musician unions, online shopping for violinists.
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