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THE LEISURE CORNER

THE LEISURE CORNER on wherein the resembles the bows, grain splotches or of a the of material. snake, source identify rings is still another of wood in Ebony type employed the construction of a but this second in im¬ is bow, MUSICAL BOWS COLLECTING OF Pernambuco which is often se¬ to wood, portance When a Frenchman Tourte named Françoise lected because of its hardness and to its ability the of in the late art 1700's, perfected bowmaking resist wear. he introduced the musical world device that into a doctors have become collectors bows of Many has become the wand of musicians. magic many used in with the violon¬ conjunction violin, viola, knows that the the best known violin, Everyone and double bass. The con¬ cello, hobby frequently and used of all instruments, mostly widely string sists in bows that were built many gen¬ selecting is stick a which a curved bow, requires usually erations down to constructed at those ago right about 27 in. about 150 horsehair long, containing the time. As in the case of the of present hobby threads stretched from the to an adjustable tip valuable a bow made a collecting paintings, by The musical tones of the violin http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

THE LEISURE CORNER

JAMA , Volume 171 (10) – Nov 7, 1959

THE LEISURE CORNER

Abstract

on wherein the resembles the bows, grain splotches or of a the of material. snake, source identify rings is still another of wood in Ebony type employed the construction of a but this second in im¬ is bow, MUSICAL BOWS COLLECTING OF Pernambuco which is often se¬ to wood, portance When a Frenchman Tourte named Françoise lected because of its hardness and to its ability the of in the late art 1700's, perfected bowmaking resist wear. he introduced the musical world device...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1959 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1959.03010280126032
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Abstract

on wherein the resembles the bows, grain splotches or of a the of material. snake, source identify rings is still another of wood in Ebony type employed the construction of a but this second in im¬ is bow, MUSICAL BOWS COLLECTING OF Pernambuco which is often se¬ to wood, portance When a Frenchman Tourte named Françoise lected because of its hardness and to its ability the of in the late art 1700's, perfected bowmaking resist wear. he introduced the musical world device that into a doctors have become collectors bows of Many has become the wand of musicians. magic many used in with the violon¬ conjunction violin, viola, knows that the the best known violin, Everyone and double bass. The con¬ cello, hobby frequently and used of all instruments, mostly widely string sists in bows that were built many gen¬ selecting is stick a which a curved bow, requires usually erations down to constructed at those ago right about 27 in. about 150 horsehair long, containing the time. As in the case of the of present hobby threads stretched from the to an adjustable tip valuable a bow made a collecting paintings, by The musical tones of the violin

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Nov 7, 1959

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