Bow Hair Care Tips

(Originally posted here:   http://www.allthingsstrings.com/Bows/CARE-MAINTENANCE/Bow-Hair-Care-Tips   ) The everyday basics of bow care could be reduced to three simple rules: be careful where you set it down, keep it clean, and loosen the hair when you’re not playing. Developing good bow-care habits, plus an occasional examination for wear and tear, should keep your stick in good working

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Did Cro-Magnons invented the cinematography?

Distant precursor of the cinematography was a simple toy called taumatotropom. It is believed that it was invented by the famous English physicist and astronomer John Herschel. In 1825 he argued with his friend, the mathematician Charles Babbage that he will be able to simultaneously show both sides of the gold coin, with no aid

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Titanic Violin to Be Displayed at Two U.S. Museums

(Originally published here:  http://www.allthingsstrings.com/News/News/Titanic-Violin-to-Be-Displayed-at-Two-U.S.-Museums  ) A violin that is reported to have belonged to Wallace Hartley, the bandmaster of the RMS Titanic, will go on display at two US museums in 2016. The display will mark the first time the violin will be available for the public to view since it set a world record in

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Math in music

This super enthusiastic guy has numbered the keys in his keyboard in limit of octave and …   played every key according to its number how it goes in actual ‘pi’ number, creating a wonderful melody. Who said that math and music are not sisters??

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Do silly things with a smart face

  (To someone who cannot read music – this is a good news for you: YOU DON’T HAVE TO READ THEM! Just grab a duster, sit near of piano and wipe a keyboard from the top to the bottom. Dont forget to make a face of extremely inspired person, pretending that you’re in the stage

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