Category:Baroque violin

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Baroque violin 
violin set up in the manner of the baroque period of music
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Violino barocco (it); バロック・ヴァイオリン (ja); violon baroque (fr); Skrzypce barokowe (pl); Barokkfiolin (nb); 바로크 바이올린 (ko); Vriulon barròc (ca); Barokkfiolin (nn); Barockvioline (de); Barokkiviulu (fi); Baroque violin (en); Baroka violono (eo); μπαρόκ βιολί (el); Vriulon barròc (oc) violin set up in the manner of the baroque period of music (en); eldre fiolintype (nn); eldre fiolintype (nb); Saiteninstrument im Zeitalter des Barocks (de) バロック・バイオリン, バロックヴァイオリン, バロックバイオリン (ja); Violon barròc (oc); Barockgeige (de)

Baroque violin is, in common usage, any violin whose neck, fingerboard, bridge, and tailpiece are of the type used during the baroque period. Such an instrument may be an original built during the baroque and never changed to modern form; or a modern replica built as a baroque violin; or an older instrument which has been converted (or re-converted) to baroque form. "Baroque cellos" and "baroque violas" have had similar modifications made to their form.


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