violin strings turn into musical wings under his exceptional fingers.
After playing each violin, the subjects rated them and selected their favorite one.
Other sources of sound, such as guitar, violin or piano strings are good examples of how vibrations can generate sound.
Does that mean that our six quarks are nothing but symphony of the strings as in violin.
Another of the mansion's unusual objects is a stuffed rat playing the violin.
The musician in the café packs up his violin and departs.
It didn't matter that you couldn't get faithful piano or violin sounds out of the thing.
But this, together with scraping a tune on his violin, seemingly provided for his needs.
There are paintings of horses galloping through lush forests, and a still life of a violin and a saxophone.
Energy condensed into matter, and each particle of this matter is vibrating as does a violin string.
British Dictionary definitions for violin
a bowed stringed instrument, the highest member of the violin family, consisting of a fingerboard, a hollow wooden body with waisted sides, and a sounding board connected to the back by means of a soundpost that also supports the bridge. It has two f-shaped sound holes cut in the belly. The instrument, noted for its fine and flexible tone, is the most important of the stringed instruments. It is held under the chin when played. Range: roughly three and a half octaves upwards from G below middle C
C16: from Italian violino a little viola, from viola1