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By - Douglas

Parts of The Violin

If you are planning to buy a new violin or have just purchased one you might want to check that the following accessories are available:

First of all, the violin should be in its case.

 

 

Inside The Violin Case

  • Two bows

  • Rosin for rubbing on the horse hair to improve friction. The bow is ineffective without the rosin. Think of a lucrative motorcar without fuel.
  • Dust Cloth for wiping dust from the violin. Remember, this should be your habit after every playing session, otherwise the rosin will stick on the strings as well as the body and this interferes with sound quality.
  • Humidity worm. It’s a rubber tube with a fibrous core. The core holds water and keeps violin from over-drying. 
  • Shoulder Rest usually attached to the violin to aid the neck in keeping the chin on the chin rest.  

 

 

 

 

Parts of The Violin

Check the photo below to identify parts of the violin. Study the instrument keenly until you can name the parts without having to read from the image.

Below is the list of parts:


Bridge

Chin rest

End Pin

F-hole

Fingerboard

Neck

Nut

Peg

Peg Box

Ribs

Scroll

Sound Post

Strings

Strings

TailPiece

The Bow

The bow has the following parts:

The tip

Stick

Strings

Horse hair

Frog

Eyelet

End Screw

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