The violin produces a medium to high pitch sound, with its characteristic long notes full of vibratto. What, you don’t know what vibratto is? Well, we can tell you it is one of the many techniques you will learn while playing the violin. The challenge of producing a beautiful sound on your violin will be overcome each day by mastering the bow movements in each string, while your left hand fingers get used to position automatically on their places. Listen to the sound of the violin:
The violin sheet music is written in the treble clef and many musicians who started playing the violin learned other bow instruments with more ease, such as viola or even the cello, the double bass or viola da gamba. All these instruments produce lower pitch sounds than the violin.
You can begin to learn the violin with a violin from the Cascais Music School. Check for more information at our Shop.
Meet the Violin Teachers from the Cascais Music School.