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Hey My friend, I am Dr. Sachin Kumar Rohilla (A Musician, Violinist) from India. I sing Indian classical music and play Violin. i am creating a new course on "Indian classical Raga's on Violin" and i'd love your inputs. I am trying to help my all violinist, other instrumentalist and also the vocalist friends in terms of the Indian classical Raga's learning and getting to know them. I am just putting out a survey for you all, so that i can help and understand you in a better way possible. Please send this to all your other musician friends and also musician groups. So that if they are also facing some problem then they can also share their concerns. https://forms.gle/oF32ai6bhZtQMXky5 Thanks, Dr. Sachin Kumar Rohilla
Hello everyone, I'm new to the community and I wanted to ask a basic question - is it possible to find an good instrument that won't cost an arm and a leg at an auction like ebay, tarissio, etc..? I'm looking for a violin and bow(s) for myself and not to resell. Where should I begin acquiring knowledge/information on how to go about doing this? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Hi everyone, Here you have some pictures of a violin bow a find very nice in all aspects (playing too) and it´s suppossed to be french. Please let me know what do you see from pictures since I´m just starting to study and see bows not only from a playing point of view. From my still great ignorance in bow aesthetic and constructive aspects I have some thoughts on this bow but I'd really like to hear from you. I see relevant: the kind and appearance of wood, top of head, nose, number of pins on both frog and button, rounded frog... What more should I look at? Many thanks!
Recently, I achieved this bow which looks English. The bow is gold-mounted and the gold parts are engraved. There is no stamp on a stick, and I didn't check below the wrapping. The head is quite similar to that of James Tubbs, in my opinion. Any comments are welcome. Thanks.