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Practical Acoustics of Instruments of the Violin Family

Bridging Science and Art

by Henry A. Strobel

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Published by Henry Strobel, Violin Maker & Publisher .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musical Instruments - Strings,
  • Music

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8718831M
    ISBN 101892210053
    ISBN 109781892210050
    OCLC/WorldCa53798892

    The Bazaar, Exchange & Mart Office, Hardcover, good condition. Illustrated. 84 pages. 7 1/4" x 4 7/8". The Acoustics of Violin Plates Modern tests of the vibrational properties of the un assembled top and back plates of a violin reveal something of what violinmakers do by "feel" and lead to the making of consistently good violins One of the great mysteries of music is how the renowned violinmak­ ers of past centuries, apparently.

    Finding any example of a Stroh-Violin or Horn-Violin though is a difficult thing to do. Whether these violins are satisfactory musical instruments seems subservient as they were once used a lot. They were definitely common place in the recording studio for two decades, at least. In particular, Hutchins is celebrated for creating the violin octet, a family of eight carefully sized and tuned instruments that span the full range of notes covered in written music—intended to improve the homogeneity of acoustic quality across the entire range relative to the popular family of violin, viola, cello and bass (Hutchins

    This major work covers almost all that has been learned about the acoustics of stringed instruments from Helmholtz's 19th-century theoretical elaborations to recent electroacoustic and holographic measurements. Many of the results presented here were uncovered by the author himself (and by his associates and students) over a year period of research on the physics of instruments in the. Stringed instrument - Stringed instrument - The violin family: The violin family comprises the violin, the viola, the cello (violoncello), and the double bass; it forms the backbone of the modern symphony orchestra. In addition, the violin and the viola are widely used in the music of South India and North Africa, in contemporary Greek and Arab music, in European and American folk music, and.


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Violin Making enables anyone, whether a beginner or a skilled woodworker, to follow in the tradition of the Italian masters and, literally, make their own music. The book includes: a short history of violin making; an introduction to materials, design, and techniques; chapters on each stage of making a violin.

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My Real-World Violin Shop "Watch Me Make a Cello" DVD, 6 hours Books by Colleagues Setup and Repair of the Double Bass for Optimum Sound "Coda" to Setup and Repair of the Double Bass How to Improve Resonance Conditions by Vibration Dedamping Practical Acoustics of Instruments of the Violin Family Reviews of the Strobel Books.

However, a string on its own makes little sound (think of an electric guitar that's not plugged into an amplifer). The bridge and body of the violin, and other related instruments, serve to transmit some of the vibrational energy of the string into the air as sound.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Practical Acoustics of Instruments of the Violin Family: Bridging Science and Art at Read 5/5. There are more curious beliefs about the violin than any other instrument. Physicists have now discovered how the violin family produce their sound, but this knowledge is not generally accessible to players and makers.

In this book, now available in paperback, Sir James Beament, adistinguished scientist with a livelong involvement with musical instruments, explains, without asssuming any.

The Early Violin and Viola:A Practical Guide This practical guide is intended for all violinists and viola players who wish to give – or merely to understand and appreciate – historically aware performances of early music for their instruments.

It comprises discus-sion of the literature, history and repertory of the violin and viola, the. Now Distributed Exclusively by Howard Core Company. ITEMS DISPLAYED: all: Previous page. A very fine new book.

pages. $ Item #: F Practical Acoustics Of Instruments Of The Violin Family More Product Info:80 pp. At the time the name of this family of instruments was viole da braccio which was used to distinguish them from the viol family (viole da gamba). The standard modern violin family consists of the violin, viola, cello, and double bass.

Instrument names in the violin family are all derived from the root viola. Although different in size, the four components of the violin family consist of the same acoustic chain arranged in three groups (Fig. 1): 1-top plate, back plate and ribs; 2-top nut, tailpiece Author: Jim Woodhouse.

This site lists and provides links to research papers and more popular articles on the science and sounds of the violin and related instruments - the viola, cello and double bass- published by Colin Gough, Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of Birmingham, U K, a staff member at the annual Violin Society of America's Violin Acoustics Workshop at Oberlin.

The violin, sometimes known as a fiddle, is a wooden string instrument in the violin violins have a hollow wooden body. It is the smallest and highest-pitched instrument (soprano) in the family in regular use. Smaller violin-type instruments exist, including the violino piccolo and the pochette, but these are virtually violin typically has four strings, usually tuned in Hornbostel–Sachs classification:.

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Hence, the mode shapes of the plate can be visualized in this manner, which can be referred to the figures in the reference site, Violin Acoustics. The first seven modes of the top and back plates of violin are presented, with nodal lines depicted by using black sands.This major work covers almost all that has been learned about the acoustics of stringed instruments from Helmholtz's 19th-century theoretical elaborations to recent electroacoustic and holographic.Violin-Making: A Practical Guide by Juliet Barker.

Violin-Making enables anyone, whether a beginner or a skilled woodworker, to follow in the tradition of the Italian masters and, literally, make their own music. The book includes a short history of violin making; an introduction to materials, design, and techniques; chapters on each stage of.