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.
(3.) Oliver Gledhill, "The Art of Questions," Strad (December 2001): 1406.
Upon testing the recovered Strad, current owner Joshua Bell was smitten.
Her bright-toned Strad weaved a sweetly melancholic thread, allied to biting bow-work which reinforced the music's strong similarities to the two violin concertos of Prokofiev.
They have been described by The Strad as presenting "a masterclass in unanimity of musical purpose, in which severity could melt seamlessly into charm, and drama into geniality."
His first CD, Dialog mit Mozart, with the Austrian violinist Daniel Auner, released on the Gramola label, was Editor's Choice in the December 2014 issue of the Strad Magazine.
"Strad did it until he was 93," he says of Antonio Stradivari (1634-1737), considered the greatest violin maker of all time.
(54.) Jenny Nex, 'A Strong Stomach for Strings', The Strad, 122/1450 (February 2011), 54-60.
Currently Director of Orchestras at the University of North Carolina (Charlotte), Jonathan has penned articles for publications including the Canadian Music Educators Journal, Strad Magazine, and American String Teacher Journal ("Jonathan Govias", n.d.).