Wally Pratt was a skinny, kind of dorky kid who wore bowties and played the violin.
One hat in the Press Room is designed from black velvet with a violin perched on top of a skull cap.
Holmes did play the violin, but also smoked a pipe, boxed, injected cocaine, and lost himself in his chemistry lab.
The Democrats will emphasize the violin stories, and they will exist, too.
If a stellar-mass black hole is a violin, an IMBH is a double bass.
He still sat in his chair, his ear bent to the echoing chamber of the violin.
I am a musician—I play the violin on a boat till I strike—so now I will get you the music.
His father was a street-porter who eked out the scanty exchequer by playing a violin at occasional dances or concerts.
Mr. Beckendorff had his violin in his hand, but his dress was much changed.
The name of "Guarnerius" is probably known to every possessor of a violin throughout the world.