Violin Porn

If you love violins, this is the right place for you!

homo-in-the-hole asked: I can help with the vibrato question! So a way to describe it is rolling your knuckle around there are many online resources about it but the best way to learn is either by YouTube video or by teacher

Thank you! So shoutout to kwinproserpinesworld !

Thank you for your help! :)

kwinproserpinesworld asked: Music sheets. Violin is really amazing. Can you give me some advices regarding vibrato?"

Hi! Sorry to say, I don’t play the violin, I’m just a fan (it’s said in the description), so I’m afraid I can’t help you.
But if anyone has a thought to share on vibrato, it’d appreciated!

exornatus asked: Yo, if this is still going I can supply you with many photos - I work in a violin shop :D

That would be lovely! Yes, this blog is kinda inactive (because of the lack of violin related posts on my dash :( ) but I’d love to shake it up a bit! Your photos would be VERY appreciated! :D

petalsintheskyy asked: Can I submit to you a picture of my violin? I think it's a real beaut and I would love for other people to see it? It's a blue electric one, it's amazing.

Of course, you can! You’re encouraged to! :D

Anonymous asked: Violin's are so so sexy *__*

Anonymous asked: If violin isn't the most beautiful instrument than what the f*ck is‽ <3

There’s no doubt it’s beautiful! *-*

tviolins:

Violin labelled “Gand & Bernardel Frères” 1875

Beautifull red varnish, it’s like a signature for these makers.

(via riteofspringfling)

victongai:

Become Ocean
Victo Ngai
The piece was for a music review written by Alex Ross about a production by John Luther Adams,  called Become Ocean, performed by Seattle Symphony. It is an environmentally themed piece about the rising oceans, and has a submersive feeling to it: waves of sound rising and falling. Many thanks to AD Chris for this fun assignment. 
It ran in last week’s New Yorker Magazine, I forgot to post about it earlier because of all the festivities…I hope you all have had a wonderful July 4th Holiday! Now back to work…

victongai:

Become Ocean

Victo Ngai

The piece was for a music review written by Alex Ross about a production by John Luther Adams,  called Become Ocean, performed by Seattle Symphony. It is an environmentally themed piece about the rising oceans, and has a submersive feeling to it: waves of sound rising and falling. Many thanks to AD Chris for this fun assignment. 

It ran in last week’s New Yorker Magazine, I forgot to post about it earlier because of all the festivities…I hope you all have had a wonderful July 4th Holiday! Now back to work…

dpicheviolin:

This is a picture of the Museum of violin in Cremona. ( museo del violino).
 Beautiful museum giving back to the famous violin makers of our planet. ( mostly italians and shows strings instruments, not only violins).

dpicheviolin:

This is a picture of the Museum of violin in Cremona. ( museo del violino).

 Beautiful museum giving back to the famous violin makers of our planet. ( mostly italians and shows strings instruments, not only violins).

(via fuckyeahviolins)