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Violins and accessories for students and professionals 

In Xavier Vida i Roca you can find a big variety of instruments and accesories for your violin according to your preferences and needs in al leves. From initiation and development of the violinist until professionals and perfection. In addition, we have a wide stock of violins, archs and baroque strings, brackets, sordines, shoulder and chin rests and protectors.

The violin as an instrument

The violin is a four-stringed instrument that belongs to the bowed strings family being the smallest and the sharper compared to their older siblings: viola, cello and double bass. It appears for the first time in the XVII century, experimenting many changes and modifications until, in the nineteenth century, the violin that is now known.

Violin parts

The violin is composed of different elements that each performs a particular function. First, the soundboard is a top cover and a bottom cover, which is closed by two wooden ribs on the side, a mast, which supports the fingerboard and nut, and a peg box that finishes off the instrument.

The soundboard is responsible for vibrating the air inside thanks to the vibration that arrives from the bridge, amplifying the sound. Inside the box awaits the sound post, cylinder that is held by the pressure of the strings and the bridge transmitting vibrations to one cover to the other, keeping a lid securing the vaults. At the same time, we also found inside a fixed part on the top cover bass-bar that sits just under the 4th string.

Located between the two openings with the shape of an “f” on the upper cover, we find the bridge. This will give us a better or worse transmission of the vibrations to the box depending on its cut and quality. The four strings are arranged from the tail piece to the peg box. In order to obtain the correct tuning we moderate the tension by pegs, and also is usual the use of “afinaprimas” subjected to the tail piece applying more pressure on the cord itself.

 

Materials

The materials used for the construction of the violin are usually wooden European red pine for the top cover and European maple wood for the lower lid, ribs and bridge. They are also used as alternative materials such as populus alba (poplar) and willow.

 

Accessories

During the execution of the violin, the musicians require different needs that through supplements for the instrument will make it easier and will improve their performance. A key factor for playing any instrument is comfort, since exposing the body for a long time in an uncomfortable position will reduce the efficiency.

Shoulders rest and chinrest are pieces designed to provide comfort to the violinist. The shoulder rest is a support piece that holds the instrument at the bottom making more lightly to support the violin on the shoulder. Similarly, the chinrest allows us to support the chin on the top of the instrument comfortably by providing the subjection of this.

 

The bow

The violin can be played with pizzicato, but the most common and usual is playing it with a bow. The bow is usually a wooden Pernambuco stick about 77cm, slightly curved keeps the tension of the bow hair that is attached to their ends. This hair is normally horsetail; rubbing the hair with the violin strings gives us the violin sound. This is the specific feature of the bowed string instruments. Violinists and musicians that play bowed string instruments, apply rosin to the bow in order to acquire a perfect answer and grip.

The part where the violinist holds the bow with his right hand and he also regulates the tension of the bow is called heel. The extreme pole is called tip. When the musician plays his melodies on the heel, it gives off a sound with a stronger and sharper volume. If by opposite, affects the part of the tip, having less stress, it is interpreted in a way more sweet and subtle.

 

Professional level

Depending on the physical stage development of the violinist, there are different sizes of violins. The smallest is the 1/16 ideal for children about 3-4 years. Then comes the 1/10 for infants of 4-5 years and followed by the 1/8, suitable for children of 5-6 years. The ¼ when the child is 6-7 years, the ½ is ideal for children 7-8 years, while ¾ is for youth between the ages of 9 to 11 and from 11 years and adults 4/4 is the used size. For adult women and men who have small hands there is the 7/8 called "lady". There are different categories of violins according to the level and needs of the person. It gathers since beginners looking for violins at an affordable price, until advanced students and professionals looking for a great and sophisticated instrument.

 

 

The tuning

The tuning of a violin is usually at 440 HZ when acting alone or 442 Hz in musical groups. The distance between the tuning of the strings is an interval of fifths. The most sharping is the E 4 followed by A 3, the D 2 and the graver the G 1. The musical score for violin often in G key unlike other string instruments scoured using the C key, the viola, and F key, the cello and the double bass.

 

The context of the violin

Another feature of the violin is the ability to be very versatile either by the amount of styles that can interpret or groups in which we can find it.

Most commonly associate with classical music as a soloist, trios or string quartets like three violins or violin, viola and cello or heterogeneous instruments such as violin, piano and voice or violin, clarinet and piano. It is also very common violins in chamber orchestras, symphony or philharmonic.

Often it is associated with Baroque music. In the interpretation of music from this period, is used the baroque violin. This presents some changes in the design, the composition, the materials of the instrument and how the violinist plays it. Currently, there is the electronic violin that incorporates more contemporary music and modern formations like could be ensembles or bands.

 

Our offer

Xavier Vidal and Roca wants to offer the best items and instruments of the market according to your preferences and needs. That is the reason why, we have a variety of violins and accessories for violin and bows, strings, supports, mutes, Wolfsbane, shoulders rest, protectors, chinrests and other designs to suit each of the profiles of people tools that affect the musical sector. From beginners either early or advanced, as violinists of improvement and even professionals ages. Let yourself be asserted by the selected advices that our professional team of luthiers has done carefully and you will find the tools that best suit for your requirements.

 

The violin as an instrument

The violin is a four-stringed instrument that belongs to the bowed strings family being the smallest and the sharper compared to their older siblings: viola, cello and double bass. It appears for the first time in the XVII century, experimenting many changes and modifications until, in the nineteenth century, the violin that is now known.

Violin parts

The violin is composed of different elements that each performs a particular function. First, the soundboard is a top cover and a bottom cover, which is closed by two wooden ribs on the side, a mast, which supports the fingerboard and nut, and a peg box that finishes off the instrument.

The soundboard is responsible for vibrating the air inside thanks to the vibration that arrives from the bridge, amplifying the sound. Inside the box awaits the sound post, cylinder that is held by the pressure of the strings and the bridge transmitting vibrations to one cover to the other, keeping a lid securing the vaults. At the same time, we also found inside a fixed part on the top cover bass-bar that sits just under the 4th string.

Located between the two openings with the shape of an “f” on the upper cover, we find the bridge. This will give us a better or worse transmission of the vibrations to the box depending on its cut and quality. The four strings are arranged from the tail piece to the peg box. In order to obtain the correct tuning we moderate the tension by pegs, and also is usual the use of “afinaprimas” subjected to the tail piece applying more pressure on the cord itself.

 

Materials

The materials used for the construction of the violin are usually wooden European red pine for the top cover and European maple wood for the lower lid, ribs and bridge. They are also used as alternative materials such as populus alba (poplar) and willow.

 

Accessories

During the execution of the violin, the musicians require different needs that through supplements for the instrument will make it easier and will improve their performance. A key factor for playing any instrument is comfort, since exposing the body for a long time in an uncomfortable position will reduce the efficiency.

Shoulders rest and chinrest are pieces designed to provide comfort to the violinist. The shoulder rest is a support piece that holds the instrument at the bottom making more lightly to support the violin on the shoulder. Similarly, the chinrest allows us to support the chin on the top of the instrument comfortably by providing the subjection of this.

 

The bow

The violin can be played with pizzicato, but the most common and usual is playing it with a bow. The bow is usually a wooden Pernambuco stick about 77cm, slightly curved keeps the tension of the bow hair that is attached to their ends. This hair is normally horsetail; rubbing the hair with the violin strings gives us the violin sound. This is the specific feature of the bowed string instruments. Violinists and musicians that play bowed string instruments, apply rosin to the bow in order to acquire a perfect answer and grip.

The part where the violinist holds the bow with his right hand and he also regulates the tension of the bow is called heel. The extreme pole is called tip. When the musician plays his melodies on the heel, it gives off a sound with a stronger and sharper volume. If by opposite, affects the part of the tip, having less stress, it is interpreted in a way more sweet and subtle.

 

Professional level

Depending on the physical stage development of the violinist, there are different sizes of violins. The smallest is the 1/16 ideal for children about 3-4 years. Then comes the 1/10 for infants of 4-5 years and followed by the 1/8, suitable for children of 5-6 years. The ¼ when the child is 6-7 years, the ½ is ideal for children 7-8 years, while ¾ is for youth between the ages of 9 to 11 and from 11 years and adults 4/4 is the used size. For adult women and men who have small hands there is the 7/8 called "lady". There are different categories of violins according to the level and needs of the person. It gathers since beginners looking for violins at an affordable price, until advanced students and professionals looking for a great and sophisticated instrument.

 

 

The tuning

The tuning of a violin is usually at 440 HZ when acting alone or 442 Hz in musical groups. The distance between the tuning of the strings is an interval of fifths. The most sharping is the E 4 followed by A 3, the D 2 and the graver the G 1. The musical score for violin often in G key unlike other string instruments scoured using the C key, the viola, and F key, the cello and the double bass.

 

The context of the violin

Another feature of the violin is the ability to be very versatile either by the amount of styles that can interpret or groups in which we can find it.

Most commonly associate with classical music as a soloist, trios or string quartets like three violins or violin, viola and cello or heterogeneous instruments such as violin, piano and voice or violin, clarinet and piano. It is also very common violins in chamber orchestras, symphony or philharmonic.

Often it is associated with Baroque music. In the interpretation of music from this period, is used the baroque violin. This presents some changes in the design, the composition, the materials of the instrument and how the violinist plays it. Currently, there is the electronic violin that incorporates more contemporary music and modern formations like could be ensembles or bands.

 

Our offer

Xavier Vidal and Roca wants to offer the best items and instruments of the market according to your preferences and needs. That is the reason why, we have a variety of violins and accessories for violin and bows, strings, supports, mutes, Wolfsbane, shoulders rest, protectors, chinrests and other designs to suit each of the profiles of people tools that affect the musical sector. From beginners either early or advanced, as violinists of improvement and even professionals ages. Let yourself be asserted by the selected advices that our professional team of luthiers has done carefully and you will find the tools that best suit for your requirements.

 

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  • Instruments for students and professionals

    At Xavier Vidal i Roca we have violins of all sizes that have been built or calibrated previously by our luthiers guaranteeing excellent sound and quality. Likewise, we have a team of professionals specialized in the sector willing to guide your decision according to your needs and preferences obtaining full satisfaction in the purchase of their instrument.

    The violins we propose in Xavier Vidal i Roca perfectly match the different needs of the violinists throughout their training and professional stage. They are strictly selected always looking for standards of good quality and optimal interpretation. To improve their qualities, they are always subjected to a process of adjustment and retouch by our luthiers.

    We have violins manufactured exclusively in our workshop by our luthiers and following the guidelines of Xavier Vidal i Roca, always thinking of the demands of the players and obtaining optimal results in the most valued properties of the violin.

    The materials with which our violins are constructed are always selected and quality wood used traditionally in the trade of the violin making process.

    Which are the appropriate violin sizes according to age?

    Before buying a violin, you must think about who will play it. The sizes of a violin for children will not be the same than an adult violin ones.

    In our workshop located in Barcelona you can find different violin sizes for children, suitables according to their stage of growth. The smallest measures range from 1/16 to 1/2, and are for children who begin on the violin from very young ages -3 or 4 years- to children of 7 or 8 years. From here we go to viol violin, for children up to about 12 years, and finally we reach the final measure, the 4/4 violin. This measure is already the one that is hold throughout the adult stage.

    It goes without saying that all these measures will depend on the person's height and growth. Usually, the norm for determining the ideal measure is the following: the violinist is able to take the violin's head with his left hand when placed in a performing position.

    What price may I pay for a violin?

    The price of the violin will depend on its size and the range in which it stands. Before you buy it, you have to think about the use that you are going to give it. If you want to spend a lot of time and learn to play the violin in a serious way, you should look for a quality instrument that lasts over time and reaches the expectations of sound.

    In the price of the violin influences its process of construction and composition, because the materials with which it is constructed influence its acoustics and its sound. The more sound quality woods are those of maple, ebony, willow, boxwood and rosewood, and therefore if the violin is composed of these elements, it will have a higher price than another violin built with poorer materials.

    In violins for children and violinists in the process of learning, prices will depend on size and materials, since they are more functional and not definitive instruments. In our shop you can find them from 199 to 995 euros. However, in 4/4 violins the price will also be subject, apart from the range and materials, to the antiquity and history of the instrument. At Xavier Vidal i Roca you can find 4/4 violins for students from 495 euros and up to 3,250 euros, depending on the range in which you want to look for options.

    In our workshop we also have a large selection of professional and perfection violins, ideal for complete top and professional violinists. These violins are designed to meet the demands of expert musicians of exceptional acoustic quality and professionalism.

    Why buying a violin at Xavier Vidal i Roca?

    If you want to buy a quality violin, in our workshop located in Barcelona you can find a great variety of violins at reasonable prices that you can try in our test rooms. Our professionals will be able to help you and guide you in case you need it. If you already know the violin you want to buy, you can buy your violin online right here, in our web store, counting in both options with a guarantee that ensures the perfect condition and operation of the violin.

    The guarantee assures the tuning of the violin by our luthiers, making the necessary adjustments to optimize their acoustics and functionality, and also offers services of maintenance and restoration of the violin in our workshop.

  • Violins bows for students and professionals

    At Xavier Vidal i Roca we count with a vast selection of violin bows for demanding musicians. Our bows are carefully selected one by one and tested under the strictest quality standards required by our company to offer a range of violin bows with an exceptional final quality / price ratio.

    In our workshop we offer bows for beginners and professional bows that satisfy the different needs of violinists of all levels throughout their training and professional stage.

    On the one hand, the bows for violinists of beginning and middle levels, which offer the violinist balance, flexibility and projection for a correct and effective interpretation.

    On the other, the bows for violinists of professional level. They are demanding bows, made by the best bowmakers - both contemporary and ancient - and of excellent quality. They are constructed with exquisite materials that guarantee a unique sound and a long useful life to the bow.

    You can choose from a wide variety of bows, made with wooden rods or carbon fiber. You can also find bows in a smooth or octagonal shape, which perfectly fit your preferences.

    How is a good violin bow?

    As with violins, the violin bow must fit the structure and size of the violinist. Thus, at an early age, students' bows are smaller, and they grow gradually until they reach 4/4 size.

    Taking as reference a violin of this size (4/4), the bow of the violin has a length of about 75cm, and weighs between 55 and 65 grams. These aspects are essential for the violinist to develop his activity in a productive way. A heavier bow can give a fuller and bulky sound, although it is slower at moving. A lighter bow, allows faster and more efficient execution in short notes, but loses sound in the most held notes.

    It is also important to take into account the balance of the bow and the good distribution of his weight. Normally the gravity center of the violin bow is about 25 cm from the frog (not counting the endscrew), and is regulated by acting on the thickness and curvature of the wood. The weight must be well distributed along its parts so that the speed of the response is the same in any part of the bow.

    The bowhair must be well cared. Usually a bowhair has 120 to 150 bristles, which must be renewed when they are worn out.

    The wood most appreciated for the manufacture of bows is Pernambuco wood from Brazil. This wood is exceptionally resilient and flexible, allowing it to be sufficiently easy to handle to offer an extensive wealth of accents, inflections and nuances in order to take advantage of the movements of the violinist.

    Taking into account these elements, the choice of the violin bow should be a subjective procedure and in accordance with the tastes and needs of the violinist when playing music.

    Why buying a violin bow at Xavier Vidal i Roca?

    If you want to buy a violin bow, in our workshop located in Barcelona you can count on a great variety of bows that you could try in one of our test rooms. Also you will have some help and personalized advice from our skilled worker. However, if you already know what item you want, you can buy your violin bow online right here at our webstore. In either option will have a guarantee that ensures the perfect condition of the bow.

    The guarantee assures that the bow has been reviewed by our luthiers, checking that their state and properties are the best for an excellent performance. The guarantee also offers maintenance and restoration services in our Barcelona workshop.

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  • Violin strings

    At Xavier Vidal i Roca we have a very extensive catalog of violin strings. Designed to satisfy any type of musician according to his profile and demands, we have strings for the sweetest violinists with his interpretation to the most aggressive and demanding on the market. We also have multiple brands with high quality guarantee.

    The strings are a very important component of the violin, since they are responsible for producing the sonority by rubbing them with the bow or pressing them with the fingers (pizzicato).

    The strings of the violin correspond, from more serious to sharper, to the notes SOL, RE, LA, MI, tuned to each other by fifth intervals. The more serious, the thicker the rope will be to maintain a good tension ratio and thus be able to vibrate properly.

    Thypes of violin strings

    In our shop you will find violin strings of a wide variety of materials: metal strings, gut, composite fiber, synthetic materials... So that you can choose the one that best suits your tastes and needs.

    Here are some features of the main rope types.

    • Gut strings: initially, the string of the violin was formed exclusively by gut strings. They are very sensitive to moisture and environmental changes, and the finest - the sharp ones - are poorly resistant. Even so they have very good sound, a warm sound and rich in nuances. They are often used in baroque and ancient instruments because, in addition to their sound faithful to the original, they make less pressure on the violin, which was formerly made with less thick covers than modern violins covers.

    • Metal strings: they are less elastic than the gut strings, and therefore do not vibrate as much. Its tone is metallic and its sonority more acute and strong, but they lose sonority. They are comfortable in that they resist the environmental changes and do not disintegrate as often as the gut, but they exert twice the pressure on the instrument. That is why they are not usually used in old instruments, and yes in modern ones, that have thicker covers and a strong harmonic bar.

    • Synthetic strings: is the type of rope that is currently used, due to its relationship between quality and price. They have a gut-like sound, but brighter, and are easier to play and last longer. Compared with metal ropes, they are sweeter and last less. It is usual that in strings of synthetic cords my rope is metallic, since it is thinner and with this material it resists more.

     

    Which is the price of violin strings?

    As everything in regards to music, it will depend on the range in which you want to shuffle options. It should also be said that not all strings of the same model are worth the same since, normally, the thicker the string, the higher its price will be. If you want to buy basic violin strings, prices will be lower, but the sound of strings will be flatter and more mundane. If instead you want to buy professional violin strings, your price will increase but you will gain a lot in regards to sound quality.

    A basic set of strings for violin (with four strings G-D-A-E), usually has a price of around 40 euros. If you are looking for professional violin strings, the set costs around 80 or 90 euros.

    If you go to our store in Barcelona, ​​our professionals can advise you to choose the type of string that adapts more and better to your needs. If you already know the type of string that fits your performance, you can always buy violin strings online through our website.

    Which string brands can you find at Xavier Vidal i Roca?

    The great variety of violin string brands that we have in Xavier Vidal i Roca are the following: Corelli, D'Addario, Pirastro, Thomastik, Hill & Sons, Jargar, Larsen Strings, Lenzer, Toro Strings, Westminster, Quantum... And so on. At our workshop, you will find violin strings for all sizes of violin and any range and material.

  • Violin cases

    At Xavier Vidal i Roca we have an extensive catalog of violin cases of different shapes, sizes, colors and patterns that are ideal for any violinist profile. From the most classic to the most modern and fantastic.

    In our store we offer violin cases of all types of materials, which fit the violin protection needs of violinists of all levels, from the smallest to the professionals.

    The violin is a very delicate instrument that requires special and detailed care, and the violin cases are a very important accessory in terms of protection from both blows and external environmental conditions. These can cause effects on the wood, damaging or dilating it and causing the violin to become damaged or damaged. That is why we must consider a good case or case for our violin, to protect it in a careful and effective way to keep it in perfect condition.

    In our store in Barcelona we have a wide variety of brands and cases of different materials: plastic, ABS, carbon fiber, natural compounds ... and also different shapes and colors. In addition to cases for violin, we also offer other protective accessories such as cases or silk pajamas, and also bow cases.

    Properties of a good violin case

    In the market you can find a large number and varieties of violin cases, but there are some basic properties that every case should have. It can be said that there are different materials that can compose a case: there are plastic, ABS, fabric, carbon fiber, natural compounds... And each material has its characteristics and supplies better or worse certain aspects, so you have to take in account this fact when buying a case for violin.

    First, a good violin case should absorb the blows. We said that the violin is a very delicate instrument, and the violinists always carry it along the day, so it is probable that at some point it may receive a blow. A good case should eliminate these external impacts and protect the violin well so that it does not suffer any damage or tune.

    A good case should also protect the violin from changes in temperature and humidity. These environmental factors can cause the wood to be damaged and also that the instrument is easily tune up. It goes without saying that it should also be waterproof, characteristic that prevents water from entering the zippers or the closure so that the wood of the violin does not get wet.

    Inside the case, it is advisable to include a delicate cloth that is placed on the instrument to protect it from the bow (which when closing the case is on top of the violin) and the dust from the rosin. Also, even more complete than the cloth, you can use a silk pajamas that protects the entire violin.

    There are also bow cases, in case the violinist carries more bows than the case supports, or in case you simply want to carry out the bows without the violin.

    How much may I pay for a violin case?

    Depending on the material in which it is built and also the characteristics and interior elements, you can find violin cases from about 40 euros to about 1,000.

    If you want to buy a violin case for small children, it will surely be a case of cloth exterior and light, and will cost between 40 and 80 euros. For children with violins from ¾, they usually rise to about 200, as they begin to be more resistant and made of more elaborated materials. If you are looking for a 4/4 violin case or a professional violin, you can find them from 100 euros to 1,000 in a wide variety of materials such as carbon fiber, fiberglass or ABS, and Equipped with practical accessories inside.

    There are also cabin cases. These cases are small and ideal for transporting the violin in the plane, since they are specially designed to fit in the upper compartments of the airplane seats and do not have to be billed well in your cellar.

    Why buy a violin case in Xavier Vidal i Roca?

    In our workshop located in Barcelona we have a great variety of violin cases. We work with well-known and renowned brands such as Gewa, Tonareli, BAM, Jakob Winter, Mauricio Riboni, Musafia Luxury, Bogaro & Clemente, Rapsody, among others, that have a lot of experience in the sector, offering high-quality violin cases and protection elements.

    We also offer a wide range of possibilities in terms of forms of violin cases, since we have rectangular cases, in the form of violin or triangular; And also in a wide range of colors.

    On the other hand, in addition to violin cases we have other violin protection accessories such as blankets, soft cloths or silk pajamas.

    If you come to our store in Barcelona, ​​our professionals will be able to advise you to choose the type of case that adapts more and better to your needs. If you already know the type of case that fits your lifestyle and needs, you can buy violin case online through our website.

  • Rosins for violin bows

    In Xavier Vidal i Roca we have an assorted selection of archs resins for violins. You can find clear or dark ones. They are though to gut strings and for those musicians who are allergic to resin. You can find the best one that matchs with your needs.

  • Shoulder rests for violins

    In Xavier Vidal i Roca you will find the perfect shoulder rest for your violin. It arranges to your figure for maxime comfort. We have diverse types of different materials to satisfy your preferences and demands.

  • Chin rests and protectors for violins

    In Xavier Vidal i Roca we have different protectors and chin rests for all violin sizes. Choose the one that fixs you better with your instrument.

  • Wolf eliminator for violin

    In Xavier Vidal i Roca you can find the solution to delete all type of vibrations that causes sound imperfections in your violin. Find the right vibrations' eliminator in our catalogue.

  • Mute for violins

    Look our sordine catalogue for your violin. Sordines are made of different materials like rubber, metal or plastic. Find the one that matchs better with your instrument.

  • Stands for violins

    In Xavier Vidal i Roca we have different models of violin stands that matchs perfectly with your instrument' size. Find the one that fixs you better.

  • Tailpieces and adjusters for violins

    In Xavier Vidal i Roca you can find a selection of tailpieces and tensors for violins. We have different shapes and sizes according to your instrument and its tension required. You can check our catalogue to look for our variety of arrangement materials and the colors to satisfy your preferences.

  • Professional violins and archs for violins

    In Xavier Vidal i Roca we consider everyday we are facing a more demanding market. That's why we follow an exhaustiv selection process to choose the best violins and archs violins to satisfy the most tough levels of musicians' requests.  Our team will be pleased to help you finding the right violin for you.

  • Violins, bows and baroque strings

    In Xavier Vidal i Roca we have violins, archs and baroque strings series for violinist of former music. You can check our catalogue to look for our variety of this products to satisfy your preferences.

  • Violins news

    In Xavier Vidal i Roca you could be the first to know the latests news and trends. Get in touch with current things in violin world and get noticed about our latest purchases in violins and its accesories.

  • Violins promotions

    In Xavier Vidal i Roca you could be the first to know the latests news and trends. Get in touch with current things in violin world and get noticed about our latest purchases in violins and its accesories. Also, find the best discounts and offers in our catalogue.

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