Monthly Archives: September 2012

Resources for Music Teachers

A music teacher can be a godsend. Founts of knowledge, a good music teacher can make you think the very spirit of Apollo has been implanted into them, without all the Greek tragedy drama…we hope.  Music teachers serve as an … Continue reading

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Fungas violin comparable to a Stradavarius?

I never would have thought of using fungas to make a violin sound better. Quite ingenious, definitely something to keep an eye on. Image source: http://news.yahoo.com/one-man-… From Yahoo! News: A Stradivarius is the best violin a player could ask for … Continue reading

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Violin Seized by Customs

Yet another story of violinists having a hard time with customs. Does anyone else see a re-occuring theme here? Hard to travel hassel free with a violin these days, it seems. Belgian violinist Yuzuko Horigome said her $1.27 million Guarnerius … Continue reading

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Violin Illusions

You know you’re addicted to the violin when you start seeing them everywhere! Source: Remote Image

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