The violin lies on the left side on the shoulder and chest of the violinist and is held by the left edge of the lower jaw. The left hand is used both to support the instrument and to grasp the strings. The right hand holds the bow which is used to strike the strings between the fingerboard and the bridge. The volume and sound of the violin depend on the pressure and speed with which the bow is struck over the strings.
Due to the surface structure of the horsehair and the application of colophony, the bow has a high adhesive force due to the static friction. When the bow is applied to the string, it is therefore first deflected in the direction of the stroke until the restoring force of the string is greater than the static friction between the bow cover and the string: the string returns against the direction of the stroke. If the correct stroke position, stroke speed and bow pressure are selected, the string is picked up again by the bow at the end of this movement and taken along again (stick-slip effect), the string vibrates constantly. How many times per second this process is repeated depends on the frequency of the tone played or the effective string length. The deflection of the excited part of the string describes an elliptical path over time, with the longer axis oriented approximately in the direction of the line.
Music recordings are also regularly produced that use a violin as a melodic element and are used in computer games. For example, in Ubisoft's computer game "Assassin's Creed Syndicate" from 2015, a background score with a violin as solo instrument is heard at irregular intervals.
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Epic orchestral track. Symphonic with dramatic elements and wide-bearing pads. Film music as it should be. The heroes are revered and celebrated.
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A grand, epic, romantic piece of orchestral / symphonic film score music. Wide open fields, home lands, personal stories, adventure and epic tales. The piece plays for six and a half minutes and can be used for several different cues, or together as a whole. This track is recorded with a live philharmonic orchestra.
Classical music box theme, orchestral prepared
Very emotional, heartwarming and slightly melancholic piano music with wonderful harmonies
A driving action cue with an Italian flavor that builds in intensity. Featuring solo violin, accordion and orchestra.
Uplifting, positive film music Hollywood-style. Motivating and inspiring.
Playful flute tones, classical round dance
Celtic, Irish or medieval styled track with guitars, percussion, Irish flute and bag pipes. This one keeps building as it progresses and the mood keeps picking up. Soothing, uplifting and homely.
A driving set of Irish traditional jigs, beginning with Morrison's, and leading into Out in the Ocean at 1:02 which is slightly more happy and upbeat in tone. Mandolin, fiddle, whistle and guitar play the opening, and when bodhran joins in at 0:31, you really get the feel for Irish traditional music - similar almost to Riverdance music. 100% live performance. This track has two titles because this is traditionally how many Irish pub tunes are performed, as a double set of short tunes, the first leading directly into the second.
A traditional Irish double jig (Haste to the Wedding) which moves into slip Jig (Kitty Come Down to Limerick) at 1:00. Pounding bodhran drives both spirited jigs which are played by fiddle and mandolin. Popular jigs in Ireland, heard around the country, these are valiant, glorious and an ode to older times. 100% live performance. This track has two titles because this is traditionally how many Irish pub tunes are performed, as a double set of short tunes, the first leading directly into the second.
A popular set of lively, spirited and vivacious polkas from 19th Century Ireland - heard in many Irish traditional music pub sessions - performed by whistle, guitar and fiddle. Egan's Polka leads into Maurice Manley's Polka at 0:49 - both are upbeat, driving and merry. 100% live performance. This track has two titles because this is traditionally how many Irish pub tunes are performed, as a double set of short tunes, the first leading directly into the second.
Fun, upbeat and lively Irish double jig set. Connaughtman's Rambles opens with banjo, while fiddle joins in at 0:29. The tune leads into My Darling Asleep at 0:58 at which point guitar and bodhran join in creating a pounding and driving mood. 100% live performance. This track has two titles because this is traditionally how many Irish pub tunes are performed, as a double set of short tunes, the first leading directly into the second.
A racy ride through the open sky! Great Hollywood feeling with a lot of energy!
A wonderful fantasy world. Harp and solo flute are accompanied by a full string orchestra.
Let the games begin!
A full orchestra and a pop band bring the Hollywood-feeling directly into your living room. This epic track combines wanderlust and the desire for freedom. Go with the flow ...
Upbeat pirates dance jig featuring fiddle, flute and guitar. Upbeat and happy.
A walk through the dark world
Music from the Movie "Mille Miglia - Spirit of a legend" (2007)
El violín se encuentra en el lado izquierdo del hombro y pecho del violinista y se sujeta por el borde izquierdo de la mandíbula inferior. La mano izquierda se utiliza tanto para sostener el instrumento como para agarrar las cuerdas. La mano derecha sostiene el arco que se utiliza para golpear las cuerdas entre el diapasón y el puente. El volumen y el sonido del violín dependen de la presión y la velocidad con la que se golpea el arco sobre las cuerdas.
Debido a la estructura superficial de la crin y a la aplicación de colofonia, el arco tiene una alta fuerza adhesiva debido a la fricción estática. Cuando el arco se aplica a la cuerda, se desvía primero en la dirección de la carrera hasta que la fuerza de restauración de la cuerda es mayor que la fricción estática entre la tapa de la cuerda y la cuerda: la cuerda vuelve en contra de la dirección de la carrera. Si se selecciona la posición correcta de carrera, la velocidad de carrera y la presión de la proa, la cuerda es recogida de nuevo por la proa al final de este movimiento y llevada de nuevo (efecto stick-slip), la cuerda vibra constantemente. El número de veces por segundo que se repite este proceso depende de la frecuencia del tono tocado o de la duración efectiva de la cuerda. La desviación de la parte excitada de la cuerda describe una trayectoria elíptica en el tiempo, con el eje más largo orientado aproximadamente en la dirección de la línea.
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