violin bow


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Noun1.violin bow - a bow used in playing the violinviolin bow - a bow used in playing the violin  
bow - a slightly curved piece of resilient wood with taut horsehair strands; used in playing certain stringed instruments
fiddle, violin - bowed stringed instrument that is the highest member of the violin family; this instrument has four strings and a hollow body and an unfretted fingerboard and is played with a bow
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These lashings, like the chords of a stringed instrument, resounded as if vibrated by a violin bow.
Ruth Lester, Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the children's hospital and a multi-talented violinist, swapped her scalpel for a violin bow during a classical charity concert as part of Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity's Big Gig - a month of musical fundraising taking place throughout September.
In seconds, it can transform from a spoon to a violin bow to a video-game controller.
This exhibition will feature some of the world's top DJs and a unique painting style using a violin bow.
Brusilow turned in his violin bow for the baton and created his own Philadelphia Chamber Symphony.
I found my dad's saw and started sneaking off to play it in the shed using my school violin bow until I was caught by my parents.
He has evoked "Garrett-mania'' -- especially in his native Europe -- with his good looks, long blonde hair, rock star attire, dashing stage presence (he's been known to pose with his violin bow between his teeth) and world-record fast violin playing.
The statue, which will stand in front of the East Neighbourhood Centre, depicts the iconic moment when Helen hands her son a violin bow.
Younger men brought a used paint can, a stick attached to the can with a thin metal wire and another stick with animal hair like a violin bow.
Others describe more clearly perilous procedures like "Restoring a Shortened Instrument to Its Original Size Using Thin Shavings of Original Material," proposed by Gregory Walke, and "Rebushing a Violin Bow.
Goh, dahlings, in creating Asia's first human-hair violin bow.