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Painting by Daniel F. Gerhartz (1965-) Her Mother’s Violin  Love the lighting and how the girl's personality shines through.

Painting by Daniel F. Gerhartz (1965-) Her Mother’s Violin Love the lighting and how the girl's personality shines through.

Hilary Hahn, Violinist

Hilary Hahn, Violinist

Giveaway that this model does not really play: A violinist would hold the violin in the left hand, bow in the right.  This picture looks awkward. She doesn't really play.

Giveaway that this model does not really play: A violinist would hold the violin in the left hand, bow in the right. This picture looks awkward. She doesn't really play.

Photos - Female Solo Violinist  #Pavelife#Art

Photos - Female Solo Violinist #Pavelife#Art

// it's really that thing in her hand that I love/ Torrey DeVitto

// it's really that thing in her hand that I love/ Torrey DeVitto

She was alone. She remembered the old times, but found it very hard to remember, for she hurts every time she does. She played and the birds flew away. She felt sadder and sadder but she tried to make her music sound happy.

She was alone. She remembered the old times, but found it very hard to remember, for she hurts every time she does. She played and the birds flew away. She felt sadder and sadder but she tried to make her music sound happy.

"Violinist" by Ali Samieivafa, via 500px. Lashof Violins

"Violinist" by Ali Samieivafa, via 500px. Lashof Violins

MSO: Goulding golden in Sibelius Violin Concerto

MSO: Goulding golden in Sibelius Violin Concerto

street music by christopher prenzel, via 500px

street music by christopher prenzel, via 500px

Hilary Hahn. "The violin . . .  changes itself every year; it ages, it goes through all these different environmental changes, and of course, the travelling...It develops on its own, just as any performer does. It's a very stable instrument, so I can rely on it, but at the same time it always shows me a different side of things than I expect."

Hilary Hahn. "The violin . . . changes itself every year; it ages, it goes through all these different environmental changes, and of course, the travelling...It develops on its own, just as any performer does. It's a very stable instrument, so I can rely on it, but at the same time it always shows me a different side of things than I expect."