soundpost


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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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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).
He'd write about some musician he felt played everything too fast just to show off his technical skill, or some new method he'd found for setting a violin soundpost.
On April 24, 2009, Springbok Capital Management, LLC, Springbok Capital Onshore, LLC, Gavin Saitowitz, Soundpost Partners, LP, Jaime Lester, Lyrical Partners, L.