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stringed instruments

string along with someone

string someone along

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string someone up

string something out

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a group of people or things arranged in a row

a number of things placed or occurring one after the other

to put (objects) onto a fine continuous filament

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string up: to execute by suspending by the neck

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a lightweight cord

a tightly stretched cord of wire or gut, which makes sound when plucked, struck, or bowed

a sequentially ordered set of things or events or ideas in which each successive member is related to the preceding

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a tie consisting of a cord that goes through a seam around an opening

a tough piece of fiber in vegetables, meat, or other food (especially the tough fibers connecting the two halves of a bean pod)

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(cosmology) a hypothetical one-dimensional subatomic particle having a concentration of energy and the dynamic properties of a flexible loop

a collection of objects threaded on a single strand

a necklace made by a stringing objects together

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thread on or as if on a string

add as if on a string

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move or come along

stretch out or arrange like a string

string together

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remove the stringy parts of

provide with strings

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For The Conservation, Restoration, and Repair of Stringed Instruments and 'their Bows I can only offer the most fervently enthusiastic endorsement.
We believe that studying a stringed instrument would be an excellent way to prepare pianists to enter the post-college music world, and we would like to encourage more pianists to take a string techniques class or private string lessons in college.
Fans and music enthusiasts will also be treated to a free demonstration of stringed instruments at Room 2 Rock music store in Hamala at 1pm on Saturday.
Particularly with stringed instruments, it is essential they are set up properly or playing can be harder than it needs to be.
Over the years, he has continued to expand his expertise in building stringed instruments to include such unusual items as a 14th-century lute and an upright harp.
95 each), the the titles comprising this outstanding series include Simon Walton's Playing The Flue, Recorder & Other Woodwinds (1932799583); Alan Blackwood's Playing The Piano & Keyboards (1932799591); Paul Archibald's Playing The Trumpet & Brass (1932799605); and Playing The Violin & Stringed Instruments (1932799613) by Allison Hunka and Philppa Bunting.
Some people are allergic to rosin, the wax used on bows for stringed instruments, or to chemicals in the mouthpiece reeds of clarinets and saxophones.
Here Beckmann invented several things that stuck: a way of building the composition from the figures themselves, who, like the beams and struts of all old mine, support the rectangle of the canvas; an elusive kind of storytelling that adds up visually but not quite narratively; and a vocabulary of obsessional objects--candles, horns, jutting elbows, soles of feet, theater stages, and mullioned windows, to be joined in later works by cigarettes, newspapers, flying fish, crystal balls, stringed instruments, succulent plants, ladders, swords, and dinner jackets.
Gusset didn't list a price on the instrument, but his violins typically sell for $18,000; he produces an average of three stringed instruments a year.
Fiddleback sugar maple has always been popular for the backs of stringed instruments, such as violins.
In a departure from conventional ethnomusicology definitions - which tend to group all instruments in types such as bells (metallophones) that are rung, drums (membranophones) that are struck, stringed instruments (chordophones) that are plucked, scraped or bowed, and horns and flutes (aerophones) that are blown - author Lucie Rault presents her study in five chapters entitled The Voices of Nature, The Body as Instrument, Religious and Ritual Uses, Instruments within Society and Giving Matter a Soul.
A biochemist and amateur violin maker, Nagyvary has analyzed wood samples from antique stringed instruments and applied what he's learned to his own creations.
a music teacher or professional musician) for something pricier, since stringed instruments - pianos included - rarely disappoint investors.
Reuning relocated the shop to Boston, Massachusetts in 1994, which has since established itself as an important international source for fine stringed instruments.