Florea Violins

 The Perfect Student Violin

The violin is a very interesting musical instrument to learn. Not only is it considered a higher form of art, but it is very versatile as well, because it can be played solo, in an orchestra, and for traditional to modern types of music.

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Among the most renowned violin composers are Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Johannes Brahms, Claude Debussy and Igor Stravinsky. Meanwhile, some of the best violin makers in history are Andrea Amati, Gasparo de Salo, Giovanni Maggini and Antonio Stradivari. Their violins can sell for up to hundreds of thousands of dollars at auctions, because collectors and experts know that immense value of these instruments.

If you are one of those who aspire to play Bach’s compositions with gusto on a collector’s-item Stradivari violin, it is never too late to learn how to play the violin. All you need is a violin, a series of violin lessons and a lot of patience and determination.

If you are hesitant about investing in an expensive violin in the beginning, do not fear. There are plenty of reasonably priced violin manufacturers in the market. One of them is Florea. This brand is especially good if you are just starting out with learning how to play the violin and do not want to invest in an expensive brand just yet.

The Florea Recital II Violin Outfit is a 4/4 or full sized violin that looks just as good as the more expensive brands.  It has a hand carved spruce top, and its back, sides and neck are made from maple wood. It has a really nice bow which is made from Brazilwood and natural horse hair. The lightweight case it comes in is even perfect for students because it is very lightweight and even has shoulder straps.

For the younger and smaller students, there is the Florea Persoana 1/8 Violin Outfit. This model has a seasoned Carpathian spruce top, with seasoned Carpathian maple back and sides. It also has a satin nitro lacquer finish, inlaid purfling, ebony fittings, “Super-Sensitive” strings, a figured maple bridge and four Wittner tuners. The bow is also made from wood and natural horse hair. The lightweight case with backpack straps makes it great for the young ones too.

Just remember to test the violin out for yourself, and make sure that the wood is solid and does not creak. The strings of a brand new violin should also produce a full sound when played. That is when you know that your violin is of good quality. Those who have used Florea violins are happy to report that they were satisfied with their purchases, as Florea uses all solid wood and makes sweet music.