soundpost

soundpost

(ˈsaʊndˌpəʊst)
n
(Instruments) music a small post, usually of pine, on guitars, violins, etc, that joins the front surface to the back, helps to support the bridge, and allows the whole body of the instrument to vibrate
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Oak Street Master"), Oak Street Capital Management, LLC ("Oak Street Management"), David Makula, Patrick Walsh, Dash Acquisitions LLC ("Dash Acquisitions"), Jonathan Dash, Soundpost Capital, LP ("Soundpost Onshore"), Soundpost Capital Offshore, Ltd.
As of the date hereof, the Participants collectively own an aggregate of 6,245,476 shares of Common Stock of the Company, consisting of the following: (1) 1,826,333 shares owned directly by Oak Street Master, (2) 101,743 shares held in accounts managed by Oak Street Management, (3) 43,000 shares owned directly by Patrick Walsh, (4) 1,202,300 shares held in accounts managed by Dash Acquisitions, (5) 1,407,587 shares owned directly by Soundpost Onshore, (6) 551,882 shares owned directly by Soundpost Offshore, (7) 340,531 shares held in accounts managed by Soundpost Partners, (8) 338,500 shares owned directly by Lyrical Onshore, (9) 368,600 shares owned directly by Lyrical Offshore and (10) 65,000 shares owned directly by Patrick H.
On one of his early visits the narrator finds Krespel in an "especially good mood" because he had found the soundpost (Stimmstock) in an old Cremona violin he was dismantling "was so fixed that it was about half a line more oblique [schrager] than was customary" (176; 39).
On April 24, 2009, Springbok Capital Management, LLC, Springbok Capital Onshore, LLC, Gavin Saitowitz, Soundpost Partners, LP, Jaime Lester, Lyrical Partners, L.
and NEW YORK, April 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- MCG Capital Corporation ("MCG" or the "Company") and a shareholder group comprised of Springbok Capital Management, LLC, Soundpost Partners, LP and Lyrical Partners, L.
Any kind of damage is a problem, particularly cracks, with the condition of the soundposts inside the violin being especially critical - these are often called the violin's "soul".