Strad


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Strad

(stræd) or

strad

n
(Instruments) short for Stradivarius
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Noun1.Strad - a violin made by Antonio Stradivari or a member of his family
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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But the airline pulled back on the musician-shaming Wednesday, instead blaming the double fee on an "administrative error" in a conversation with the Strad magazine.
Sitting near the Strad is very reassuring", he agreed.
Strad Style will screen on Saturday, 11/18, 5-7pm in Theater 5 at Sundial AMC.
Strad continues to be focused on prudently managing its balance sheet, maintaining operating efficiencies gained over the past three years and delivering outstanding customer value.
Oliver Gledhill, "The Art of Questions," Strad (December 2001): 1406.
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A one-D ad creates a yen, A two-D add, say nine plus ten, But I'll bet you a priceless Strad you never saw a three-D addd.
TE Connectivity highlighted its STRAD A Whisper Backplane Interconnection System and outlined its strategy for moving to PAM-4, should the industry adopt that technology.
The other privately owned Strad viola is held in the Library of Congress in Washington, D.
Vocal duets, of course, work particularly well for this most human of instruments, Julian Lloyd Webber's Strad a warm and mellow baritone and Jiaxin's cello harmonising in bass-baritone fashion.
Through reconstructing histories of The Strad and The Violin Times, she shows how these publications responded to the growing interest in amateur violin playing, and how they in turn helped to shape distinct communities of specialist and amateur players.
Ingles points out: 'For baroque music, you don't necessarily need a Strad or a Guarneri--you don't need that power.