Noun(1) 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
(1) he plays the violin(2) These are songs built around a yearning violin , a plucky banjo riff or an accordion sigh.(3) she played a note on the violin(4) She sang as a child, took classical voice lessons and played both the piano and the violin .(5) Heavy, overbearing guitars clash with feeble pianos, annoying violins , and misplaced horns.(6) The cellist and violinist have set up, gone away and come back again.(7) Borodin himself was a good cellist, and clearly his neighbour was a good violinist .(8) Cellos, violins , violas and flutes are used to frame Antony's voice and piano, and torch songs such as ├ö├ç├┐My Lady Story├ö├ç├û feel exquisitely sad.(9) For three minutes, violins slowly weep, guitars are slowly strummed, and falsetto harmonies are echoed into oblivion.(10) There is no trace in their solo sections of the violinistic broken-chord figuration found in the overture.(11) His tone is not large in the Russian violinistic sense; yet the pure, glistening quality of his playing and his natural, thoughtfully conceived shaping of every note and phrase is the mark of a great artist!(12) Some of the prisoners did find time to make musical instruments such as violins from the dismantled hulls of sunken boats and hard wood salvaged from collapsed buildings.(13) Two thirds of the children had some musical experience and those with orchestral skills played violins , clarinets, cellos, flutes and saxophones.(14) Singers can be churned out by the dozen, guitarists, violinists and cellists take years to perfect their art.(15) His later instrumental music explores new formal patterns as well as exploiting the virtuosity of cornettists and violinists .(16) The composer chose instead to write it all himself, annotating the score in incredible detail to explain exactly how each violinistic effect is to be achieved.
(1) play the violin :: バイオリンを弾く
(2) violin bow :: バイオリンの弓
(3) violin case :: バイオリンケース
(4) violin player :: バイオリンプレーヤー
1. fiddle ::
violin, violinist, violinists, violins
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Is it fair to say
that she played you like a VIOLIN?
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 20
say the VIOLIN.
And later, going to a rave.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 8
English to Japanese Dictionary: violin
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