Violin lessons are a great way to get your child interested in music. Violins come in all sizes, so there is no need to worry about it being too big or small for them. The violin has a long history and can be traced back as far as the 16th century.
It was first developed by Andrea Amati and his sons Nicolo and Antonio Amati in Italy around 1538. The violin is made from wood, and can be either carved out of one solid block or constructed from several glued pieces. The size and shape determine the instrument’s tone color.
Violins are generally divided into three categories: large violins, small violins, and medium-sized instruments. Violin strings have a very high tension on them (around 1200 pounds!) which makes it difficult to play for long periods without getting sore fingers. Younger children will need to start with nylon stringed violins as their fingers grow stronger over time they can switch over to steel strings when they feel ready for the change in sound that comes along with steel strings instead of Nylons Unlike other instruments such as pianos or guitars