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large genus of flowering herbs of temperate regions

a bowed stringed instrument slightly larger than a violin, tuned a fifth lower

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Violas stops at each framed piece of art or memorabilia on the walls, explaining the story behind them all.
Skampa Quartet (Helena Jirikovska, Adela Stajnochrova - violins, Radim Sedmidubsky - viola, Lukas Polak -violoncello), Krzysztof Chorzelski - viola.
Em uma das cenas, apresenta um dos personagens acomodado em seu descanso embalado pelo "som da viola de tres cordas" cantando livremente "monotonas modulacoes de umas chulas e modinhas" (p.
The finest viola in existence - the 'Macdonald' Viola by Antonio Stradivari (1644 - 1737) - is being sold in a sealed bid process.
New York, March 28 ( ANI ): A rare Stradivari viola is expected to sell for 45 million dollars at auction.
Of all the instruments made by him, violas are by far the rarest - only ten survive, while his output during his long career included 600 violins and 50 cellos.
When we think of violas, the bedding varieties that are sold in packs of six at the supermarket or garden centre often come to mind first.
To fulfill the need for violas by the Moravian settlements, members built the instruments themselves.
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Viola IF you want some pretty, dainty plants for your spring patio pots or to put at the front of borders or to add to a courtyard setting, violas are now widely available in garden centres in a myriad of colours.
Violas are surely some of the most beautiful, yet modest of small plants, at one time associated with the humility and gentleness of the Virgin Mary and in pre-Christian times strewn on to graves.
There is a fair selection of hardy plants that can offer attractive foliage/berries/flowers for some of this time but if you''re looking for a plant that is going to flower right through winter then pansies and violas are in a league of their own.
Viola, Viola was written by the English composer, George Benjamin in 1996 and is a tour de force for two unaccompanied violas.
So, which Violas are worthy of a space in our gardens?
The next time you stock up on seeds or cell-packs of blooming violas, you can thank people like Jason Jandrew, a plant breeder at Goldsmith Seeds in Gilroy, California.