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Violinslover Believes That Playing a Musical Instrument Expands a Student’s Mind
Music Expands a Students Mind through the Use of Math, Composition and an Appreciation of Woven Waves of Sound. Violinslover believes that studying how to play the violin brings new levels of brainpower and dexterity to young pupils.
By: Lola Olaru
When a child takes up his first school violin (http://www.violinslover.com/
Although other instruments may be a little more popular like the guitar, drums or piano, the violin possesses a quality that transcends all others due to its ability to sound like a choir of angels ascending to heaven or become as rough and raucous as a Louisiana alligator at a backyard bar-b-que. In fact many guitarists who started their musical educations on the violin find that the increased requirement for hand and finger dexterity gives them greater appendage strength making guitar positions much easier to perform.
Advancements in manufacturing technologies have brought discount violins (http://www.violinslover.com/
As a leading maker of professional grade and school violins, violas and cellos, Gliga Violins, through their online store Violinslover.com, brings the very best of old world craftsmanship and combines it with modern manufacturing techniques. Master craftsman Vasile Gliga has been creating exceptional discount violins and other stringed instruments (http://www.violinslover.com/
Violinslover has received a lot of attention from the media due to the numerous musicians who have been so happy with their instruments and have expressed their appreciation on the Internet in music blogs, forums, and other social interaction websites.
"We received the beautiful violin about 1 1/2 weeks ago and my daughter loves it! She's had her first violin lesson and her teacher commented on what a lovely violin it is. Thanks for your prompt service and for selling violins that sound good even in the hands of a completely inexperienced 7 year old!" Kathy Asseiro
For more information about Violinslover, please go to www.violinlover.com or check out their store at Gliga Violins, The Violin Place Inc. 245 N. Carmelo Ave. Suite 105, Pasadena, CA 91107