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A Guide to Playing the Violin
Many people have a desire to learn to play the violin. What you may not know is that it is really one of the more difficult instruments to learn how to play. It is also very rewarding once you get used to the techniques that you will be using. There are a lot of things that you will need to learn in the beginning, starting with the correct way to hold the instrument. You will also have to... Continue Reading

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By Fredric from Charlotte, NC
Posted Dec 22, 2009

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