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The Violin is a stringed instrument that can have a variety of sounds. It is played with the bow and has been around for centuries. The violin’s origins are unclear, but it may have been invented in Italy or Germany during the 17th century. The first mention of this instrument was in 1674 when Italian author Antonio Cesti wrote about its popularity at concerts and dance gatherings in Europe. “Can’t help falling in love” by Elvis Presley-sheet music A Violin can be made of a variety of materials, such as wood or steel. The shape and size depend on the type of instrument being built. For example, violins for children are smaller than those for adults. A violin’s strings usually have a total length between 20 inches to 26 inches (53 cm – 65 cm). It also has tuning pegs that attach at one end to its neck and adjust tension in each string by turning it before tightening it with a screw mechanism or lever system., which is set into an adjustable wooden block called the ‘endpin’. Strings may be plucked either with fingers on fleshy fingertips; played using a bow held like a baton-shaped stick and moved quickly overall

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