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974 examples of violin in sentences

Chapter XXX Scream after scream burst from Gloria's lips; taut nerves seemed to snap all through her body like over-stressed violin strings.

The forearms, revealed by the short sleeves, showed a bewildering tangle of corded muscle, and, at the wrists, the tendons sprang out as distinct and white as the new strings of a violin.

Swift (as Lamb explained in the original essay in the New Monthly Magazine), seeing a lady's mantua overturning a violin (possibly a Cremona), quoted Virgil's line: "Mantua vรฆ miserรฆ nimium vicina Cremonรฆ!"

Take the lute and violin, Let the solemn harp begin, Instruments strung with ten strings, While the silver cymbal rings.

One religious denomination that now exists does not allow singing; instrumental music has been to some a rock of offense, exciting the spirit through the sense of hearing, to improper thoughts"through the lascivious pleasing of the lute"; others think dancing wicked, while a few allow pipe-organ music, but draw the line at the violin; while still others use a whole orchestra in their religious service.

OF THE EFFECT OF VERTY'S VIOLIN-PLAYING UPON MR. RUSHTON.

And with listless hands he took up the old violin which lay upon his desk and touched the strings.

Verty, without appearing to be conscious of what he was doing, took the bow of the violin, and placing the instrument upon his shoulder, leaned his ear down to it, and drew the hair over the strings.

His head bending forward, his eyes half closed and filled with an imperceptible mist, his whole manner quiet, and sad, and subdued, he seemed to hang upon the long-drawn sighing of the violin, and take a mournful pleasure in its utterances.

"Enough," he said, with more calmness, as he turned away, "it is not proper for you to play the violin here in business hours; but above all, never again play that musicI cannot endure the memories it arousesenough.

Concerts on the piano and violin, the guitar, and the accordion, alternated with the continual clashing of blades from the fencing lessons.

Never had a leg of lamb or a piece of roast beef gone so far in her domestic experience, a chicken seemed almost to outlive its usefulness in its various forms of reappearance, and the salads he devised were as wonderful as the omelets he superintended, or the gay dances he played on his beloved violin, as soon as he could sit up enough to manage it.

It was not utterly silent, nor was the quay-square, but haunted by a pretty dense cloud of mosquitoes, and dreamy twinges of music, like the drawing of the violin-bow in elf-land.

Violin players would be colored.

A solo de piston, a violin, a flute, all played by Tahitians, entertained us, and then came the fun.

For her sake he practised her favourite instrument, the guitar, and worked miracles with it as with the violin.

Surely this sum alone proves the justice of the popular belief that he had sold himself to the devil, and, knowing it, none can doubt the story Liszt quotes in one of his essays concerning the G string of Paganini's violin: "It was the intestine of his wife, whom he had killed with his own hands.

I went once to see Irving do this Macbeth for twenty-five cents, and once I went to a concert and saw a man play the violin for fifteen cents in the gallery.

"Before he had finished speaking, they were hastily retracing their steps to the scene of merriment; and in another moment the sound of the violin was hushed, and the feet of the dancers were still.

It is no fiction; many were eye-witnesses of that remarkable vision, which passed on from the east, and disappeared in the westand, from that evening, the sound of the violin was heard no more in those places, until the end of the Revolution.

"Och violet and vermilion!" said Sir Patrick; "though I never thought of it before, I dare say she will suit me as well as another; but then you must persuade the ould Orpheus to draw out a few notes of rather a more magical description than those he is so fond of scraping on his crazy violin.

The Twelve Apostles led off in a double cotillion, to the moving strains of a violin and horn, the lively jingle of a string of sleigh-bells, and the genial snoring of a tambourine.

Snouck Hugronje for giving us an opportunity of hearing the Violin Concertos of Prenk Bib Doda in C sharp minor, and of Basil Tulkinghorn in the composite key of F.E. The latter work, we may explain, is dedicated to Lord BIRKENHEAD.

On the whole, I should feel more disposed to concur with him who "has been led away by a love of etymology" that the "Cat and Fiddle" is an "anomalous" sign, and that "no two objects in the world have less to do with each other than a cat and a violin," than to adopt the opposite theories of E.D. or his predecessor, unless better supported than they are at present.

But, rising, she crossed the glade, and disappeared behind the willowsreturning, a moment later, with her violin.

In answer to his exclamation of pleased surprise, she said smiling, "I brought my violin because I thought, if you would let me play, the music would perhaps help us both to forget whatwhat happened when I danced.

" With a quick movement, she tucked her violin under her chin and played a few measures of the worst sort of ragtime, in perfect imitation of a popular performer.

" She lifted her violin again, threateningly.

"Did she take gun, basket, rod or violin?

"She took only her violin.

"Oh, no; she wouldn't be going far with her violin.

Later in the evening, Sibylsaying that she would sing Myra to sleeptook her violin to the porch, outside the window; and in the dusk made soft music until the woman's troubled heart was calmed.

On the porch, she again took up her violin as if to play; but, instead, sat motionlessher face turned down the canyonher eyes looking far away.

But neither of the three men mentioned the name of James Rutlidge in the presence of the women; while Sibyl was, apparently, again her own bright and happy selfcarrying on a fanciful play of words with the novelist, singing with the artist, and making music for them all with her violin.

He was sitting before the easel, staring at the blank canvas, when, clear and sweet, from the depths of the orange grove, came the pure tones of Sibyl Andrรฉs' violin.

But every day, as the artist worked, the music of her violin came to him, out of the orange grove, with its message from the hills.

It's the girl with the violin, I suppose.

Whose is this violin?

SEE Superior violin fingerboard chart.

SEE Superior violin fingerboard chart.

R95924, 12Jun52, Walter H. Schoellkopf, Jr. (C) SCHOOL of intonation on a harmonic basis for violin, op. 11, pt. 1, by Otakar Sevcik.

R96704, 23Jun52, Julia M. Seton (W) SEVCIK, OTAKAR School of intonation on a harmonic basis for violin.

SEE School of intonation on a harmonic basis for violin.

R101896, 31Oct52, Benziger Bros., inc. (PWH) THE CLASS method for the violin; teacher's manual and piano acc.

Violin, mandolin.

<pb id='087.png' /> LINCOLN, HARRY J. A course in music for the violin.

LINCOLN, LOTTIE M. A course in music for the violin.

Paramount method for violin.

SEE Smith, William J. Paramount method for violin.

Maia Bang violin course for class instruction in public schools or individual lessons.

Maia Bang violin course for class instruction in public schools or individual lessons.

Maia Bang violin course for class instruction in public schools or individual lessons.

The Lehman-Wilson unique violin method.

Violin caprices; 10 famous caprices transcribed for the clarinet.

Problems of tone production in violin playing.

Harmony and its application in violin playing.

Tune tech: class method featuring tunes and techniques for the violin.

The Absorbing art of violin playing.

R87321, 10Dec51, Clark B. Firestone (A) FISCHEL, MAX I. Scale and technic studies for violin, opus 9.

MITCHELL, ALBERT G. The class method for the violin. Book 1, 2.

(Schirmer's scholastic series, v. 151-154) ยฉ Alfred Pochon (A) Violin 1.

THE TOURS ideal violin method, by Albert E. Wier.

R95924, 12Jun52, Walter H. Schoellkopf, Jr. (C) SCHOOL of intonation on a harmonic basis for violin, op. 11, pt. 1, by Otakar Sevcik.

R96704, 23Jun52, Julia M. Seton (W) SEVCIK, OTAKAR School of intonation on a harmonic basis for violin.

SEE School of intonation on a harmonic basis for violin.

R101896, 31Oct52, Benziger Bros., inc. (PWH) THE CLASS method for the violin; teacher's manual and piano acc.

ยฉ 2Nov27; A1011537. ABC Music Corp. (PWH); 3Nov54; R138714. Collection of most popular Negro spirituals for violin and piano.

Violin, mandolin.

Book 2, intermediate, violin.

First forty lessons for violin or fiddlette classes.

First National Institute of Violin.

Maia Bang violin course for class instruction in public schools or individual lessons.

Violin course; for class instruction or individual lessons, book 1: starting.

Maia Bang violin course for class instruction in public schools or individual lessons.

Violin course; for class instruction or individual lessons, book 1: starting, by Maia Bang.

ยฉ on violin course; 10Jun31; AA74111.

Six folk-airs arranged for violin, violoncello, and piano.

Maia Bang violin course for class instruction in public schools or individual lessons.

Maia Bang violin course for class instruction in public schools or individual lessons.

CO. Practical violin method.

SEE Buck, Pearl S. HOHMAN, C. H. Practical violin method, modernized and up to date.

Co. (PWH); 20Oct60; R264531. Practical violin method; modernized with new style bowing.

Co. (PWH); 7Oct60; R263650. Practical violin method; modernized with new style bowing.

Co. (PWH); 17Oct60; R264174. Practical violin method; modernized with new style bowings.

Co. (PWH); 6Oct60; R263628. Practical violin method; modernized with new style bowings.

COLE, L. M. Violin making made clear and concise.

GEIGER, LEROY F. Violin making made clear and concise.

KRONE, MAX T. Strings from the start; student's note-book, a class method for <pb id='131.png' /> violin, viola, cello and bass, by Max T. Krone, Edwin Jones & George Dasch.

Tune tech: class method featuring tunes and techniques for the violin.

Untitled drawing depicting Violin lesson.

A Book of violin quartets for four violins or violin choir.

A Book of violin quartets for four violins or violin choir.

First off, though, is a violin solo bybyoh, I forget his name,and may it be short and sweet!"

He must have a knowledge of French and German, and be able to play the violin.

Well, I was about to say, when you interrupted, that when Finbarr has learnt how to behave like a real gentleman, and can hold a cup of afternoon tea on his knee without spillin' it all over himself, then he may aspire to higher things, and want a wife who can play the violin as well as the piano, and speak all the languages in the world also.

Its resemblance, moreover, is, as regards the general lines of the composition, a very striking one to the celebrated Sciarra 'Violin-Player,' by Sebastiano del Piombo....

His name is Spatola, und he plays the violin the gurb-stones beside.

"He has been so good to the child, amusing him by the hour with his microscopes and collections of insects, telling him those delightful old German folk-lore tales, and putting him to sleep every night to the music of his violin.

Other people might talk learnedly about various schools and tone poems; he took all he could get silently and with a thankful heart; and because in far-away Peking he could not count upon others playing for him, he performed the prodigious feat of learning to play both violin and 'cello himself without a teacher, and long after he was a man grown.

He took his violin, and stood up before the broken pier-glass.