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January 9, 2022
 Weekend Journal

Weekend vote: Have you ever wound up with counterfeit strings?

Have you ever had the misfortune of winding up with counterfeit strings, or strings you suspected were counterfeit, or very bad violin strings that one could almost classify as fake because of the bad quality? Please participate in the vote and share your stories.
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Remembering Longtime V.com Member Pauline Lerner

Pauline Lerner -- violinist, teacher, photographer, and astute observer of the human condition -- died on Jan. 3 after a long struggle with multiple health problems. Laurie Niles remembers the profound and beautiful ideas Pauline shared through her articles on Violinist.com.  
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Using Violin Strings to Learn Key Signatures

Key signatures, made easy! Here's a simple way for violinists to learn their key signatures, by using their strings. Great explanation from Michael Schallock, from our archives.
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For the Record, Op. 182

Our weekly roundup of new recordings #ForetheRecord:
  • Elena Urioste and Tom Poster's new duet album celebrating American and British music
  • Shea-Kim Duo's "The Sound and Fury" with music of Grieg, Janacek and Dvorak
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The International Violin Competition of Indianapolis commences its 11th Quadrennial Competition beginning September 9, 2022. All violinists between the ages of 16 and 29 (at the time of the Competition) who are ready for a concert career are encouraged to apply. Applications are accepted between January 1 – March 25, 2022. 
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