The Evolution of the Violins- Lucy

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  • Apr 6, 1300

    First African violin ever

    First African violin ever
    A violin used to only be played by men and women were'nt allowed
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    The Evolurion of the Violins

  • Apr 7, 1310

    FIRST EUROPEIN VIOLIN EVER

     FIRST EUROPEIN VIOLIN EVER
    Stringed instruments first were recorded in Europe in the medieval ages. By “stringed” we refer to instruments played with a bow. This instrument was the "fiddle" of the minne-singers. But it didn’t have much in common with a violin. It was in the 15th century when, slowly, the family of gambs and violins developed. In the times of the renaissance, which had a large impact on all the arts, not least in the construction of instruments. The violin as it is known nowadays was built in the early 1
  • Feb 27, 1555

    Second Violin

    Second Violin
    The violin began as a three stringed instrument. In 1555, a fourth string was added by Italian violin maker Andrea Amati, though it was his student, Italian string maker Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737) who brought the art of violin making to its height. Stradivari's instruments are regarded as the finest stringed instruments ever built.
  • Dec 30, 1556

    Jambe de Fer

    Jambe de Fer
    Jambe de Fer was known for inventing a European
  • Modern Violin

    Modern Violin
    The violin has existed in its current form since the 16-th century. The first Violin makers were Italians who were probably influenced by other ancient stringed instruments from around the world.The Modern Violin that we see today is very different from the Violin they used hundreds of years ago we use a violin that is very easy to control, when back in the old days we had to use a violin that was called a fiddle and it was very hard to control and to be a good player you had to be strong.
  • Middle aged violin

    Middle aged violin
    Stringed instruments first were recorded in Europe in the medieval ages. By “stringed” we refer to instruments played with a bow. This instrument was the "fiddle" of the minne-singers. But it didn’t have much in common with a violin. It was in the 15th century when, slowly, the family of gambs and violins developed. In the times of the renaissance, which had a large impact on all the arts, not least in the construction of instruments. The violin as it is known nowadays was built in the early 1
  • Violin Now

    Violin Now
    The Violins Look like they do today, they have a middle sized finger board, they have a spiral on every side, and they have four strings.