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How to "Really" Adjust a Violin Bridge / How To Change a Violin String: Part 3

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Published on May 19, 2012

Welcome to The Romantic School of Music.

Violin bridges are constantly getting out of adjustment, especially after replacing a string, and every musician, young and old, needs to know how to adjust their bridge. It's the only way that the performer can deliver music at its highest level.

A clarification on a drawing in this video since there are different sound openings; especially Florentines and others on "ancient" instruments: the bridge should always be centered between the notches facing each other and closest to the bridge. (Thank you Dave!)

I'm new at making videos, but this really is a geniune violin shop. Only a small portion is shown here, yet these benches are where most of the carving takes place.

The picture at the right of the screen is of Nicolo Paganini: the eminent teacher and virtuoso of The Romantic School of Music. This was his favorite image of himself throughout his life..

The violin featured in this video is entitled "The Sea" or "The Mermaid Violin" and was lovingly cut, carved and varnished by Kevin Lee Luthier at these benches. The back of this instrument is breathtaking and quality photographs can be seen at http://www.theromanticschoolofmusic.com

Music excerpts:
Gypsy Capriccioso by Kevin Lee Luthier
Over the Rainbow by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg

Artistic consultant and photographer: Brian Cool

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