Guide to common sense instrument care

Christinus, Kristiyanto (2005) Guide to common sense instrument care. In: IASAS cultural convention, 2005, Jakarta.

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Many players simply opt for older instruments of anonymous or less than exalted pedigree, in vruying states of repair or disrepair, hoping that the ever esteemed patina of age would be reflected in the sound and play ability are more acceptable to the serious student, floated up with the rest of the economy. For all players, then, at all levels, the price of acquiring an instrument has become formidable, and it is not likely to become any less so in the Years ahead. Unfortunately, not everyone knows how or where to turn for reliable advice. That is why I held a workshop that described how to open up stringed instruments, adjust bridges and sound posts, repair cracks, re-hair bows, and straighten necks. Caring for violins does not only need attention in the violin's body, but also need attention in the components of the violin from the largest to the smallest. Violins maintained are not only seen from the visual condition, but also the components of it.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Christinus, Kristiyantonidn0031015902
Uncontrolled Keywords: string, musik
Subjects: Karya Dosen
Seni Musik
Divisions: Fakultas Seni Pertunjukan > Jurusan Musik
Depositing User: agus tiawan AT
Date Deposited: 25 Sep 2019 07:09
Last Modified: 25 Sep 2019 07:09

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