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The violin bow has many parts that people are unaware about. For example the area where you rest your hand is called the ...
frog, while the opposite side is called the tip. To find out more about violin parts check out this video! Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Welcome to violintutorpro.com. We are going to explain to you the different parts of the bow. And the bow is the 2nd important piece of learning the violin. And it’s going to be made out of wood. There are different types of wood that’s made out of. Down here is where you’re going to hold your hand and this is called the frog, it’s kind of a weird name. And at the bottom of the bow is what’s called the button. And it’s kind of like a screw if it turns to left, it’s going to loosen the hair, just a little bit. When you start tightening it to the right, it will start to tighten the hair as well as the stick will certainly get straighter. So that’s what that does.
And also right down here is what’s called the winding and the thumb leather. So that’s kind of all the parts of the bow. And at the very top is the tip. So we have the tip, we have the frog, we have the winding, the thumb leather, the button, and that is all the parts of the bow. So if you want to learn more about the violin, visit violintutorpro.com.