1 edition of The physics of violins found in the catalog.
The physics of violins
Carleen Maley Hutchins
in San Francisco, W.H. Freeman [c1962]
Written in English
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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 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 perfect Hornbostel–Sachs classification: , . Save 84% off the newsstand price! As an 8-year-old boy in Denmark, Bruno Frohlich wanted to be a musician. He became a church organist’s assistant, yearning to create the haunting sound that.
The book includes: a short history of violin making; an introduction to materials, design, and techniques; chapters on each stage of making a violin, from the rib structure to varnishing and stringing the instrument; tables of measurements, including violins, violas, and cellos from quarter to full size; and clear color photos and diagrams. Introduction to violin acoustics is a good place to start.. Some of our research on violin acoustics. Articulation and vibrato on the violin and their importance to violin sound.; A study of torsional waves in the bowed string, and how they are strongly coupled to the normal transverse waves during normal playing.
The student of Physics must never forget that he is studying not pages of text but the behavior and properties of iron, water, mica, moving balls, pumps, boiling liquids, compressed air, mirrors, steam engines, magnets, dynamos, violins, flutes, and a host of other things. Sam Zygmuntowicz is a world-renowned luthier, or maker of stringed instruments. Joshua Bell and Yo-Yo Ma play his instruments. In , a violin he made for Isaac Stern sold at auction for $,the highest price ever for an instrument by a living luthier.
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0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Common terms and phrases. Some Violin Details. The violin, the most commonly used member of the modern string family, is the highest-sounding instrument of that group. Its four strings are stretched over a high arched bridge that permits the playing of one or two strings at a time, as well as the nearly simultaneous sounding of three or four as chords.
The overall length of the violin averages about 60 cm. The physics of violins [Carleen Maley Hutchins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Carleen Maley Hutchins. This book contains a brief account of that history -- the rise and fall of the Cremonese art of violin making that dominated over two centuries.
It is primarily devoted, however, to the physics behind violin acoustics, specifically the research of William F "Jack" Fry over the past several decades/5(6). Get this from a library. The physics of the violin.
[Lothar Cremer] -- 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.
Cremona violins occupy a unique and storied place in violin history. This book contains a brief account of that history — the rise and fall of the Cremonese art of violin making that dominated over two centuries.
It is primarily devoted, however, to the physics behind violin acoustics, specifically the research of William F “Jack” Fry. the physics of the violin Download the physics of the violin or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get the physics of the violin book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. the approach here will be to understand music and musical instruments first, and to study the physics of waves and sound as needed to push the understanding of the music concepts.
The goal however is a deeper understanding of the physics of waves and sound than what would be achieved with a more traditional approach. SOUND, MUSIC, AND NOISE.
Again, the effort is appreciated, and this is a good stub, but someone needs to clarify and clean up the physics explanations. __ Spoxjox2 February (UTC) External links modified.
Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just modified one external link on Basic physics of the violin. Please take a moment to review my edit. Cremer's book is not a easy read or an easy do. It is a mathematical engineering (physics, if you will) discussion of the violin.
I still find it unsatisfactory as a full explanation of the physics of bows. I have the book, I've had it open and read parts of it. I would not claim to have "read the book," and probably will never live to make. Cremona violins occupy a unique and storied place in violin history.
This book contains a brief account of that history. the rise and fall of the Cremonese art of violin making that dominated over two centuries. It is primarily devoted, however, to the physics behind violin acoustics, specifically the research of William F?Jack.
Fry over the past several decades.5/5(1). This book contains a brief account of that history -- the rise and fall of the Cremonese art of violin making that dominated over two centuries.
It is primarily devoted, however, to the physics behind violin acoustics, specifically the research of William F "Jack" Fry over the past several decades/5(5). this video shows a soundpost repair and a faked label in an antique german Stadiuarius violin.
The audio-file is kind of low - so please boost up the volume on your computer. Please visit our. We Try the Cheapest (and most useless) Violins from Amazon - Duration: TwoSetViolin 2, views. Classical Violinists React to Mainstream Violin Competitions - Duration: Very interesting article-- Readers (and the researchers) might be interested in the book, CREMONA VIOLINS.
A PHYSICIST'S QUEST FOR THE SECRETS OF STRADIVARI, by Kameshwar C. Wali (my father!), published inby World Scientific. 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 birth of the violin. The eastern ancestors of the violin. Instruments like the violin that use a bow to produce a sound are called bowed stringed instruments. The Arabian rabab and the rebec, which came from the orient in the middle ages and was played widely in Spain and France in the fifteenth century, are said to be the ancestors of the.
Catgut Acoustical Society have applied modern methods to the study of the physics and acoustics of violins and other stringed instruments. I described the early stages of the work in these pages nearly 20 years ago [see "The Physics of Violins," by Carleen Maley Hutchins; SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, November, ].
Now the work has progressed to the. Cremona violins occupy a unique and storied place in violin history. This book contains a brief account of that history the rise and fall of the Cremonese art of violin making that dominated over two centuries. It is primarily devoted, however, to the physics behind violin acoustics, Pages: Men of Physics: Karl Lark-Horovitz presents the biography of Karl Lark-Horovitz, a physicist who significantly contributed in the then-young field of experimental nuclear physics.
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