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Gliga Violins Canada | Violin Shop in Vancouver
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7/5/16
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Gliga Maestro Violin wins a Gold Medal at the Royal Conservatory 2015 Vancouver Convocation and Gold Medals Ceremony.
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2015-11-02
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Beautiful fiddle times with great friends. www.violinslover.ca
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2015-10-03
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Gliga Violins Canada is now on Instagram. See pictures of the newest instruments that are added to our inventory. 
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Like trees and like people, each violin is unique. Science will explain the uniqueness of each violin very easily: wood is an anisotropic material, which means that it does not have the same properties in all directions. Also, the wood has unique and independent mechanical properties in the direction of the 3 perpendicular axes, longitudinal, radial, and tangential, which makes each centimeter of wood from the same trunk different than the next one, in all three directions. The sound produced by a piece of wood is affected by its dimensions, density, humidity content and mechanical properties. As a result, each piece of wood has its own unique acoustical properties, which will make each violin a unique entity. Read more...
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Practicing outdoors. :-)
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2014-08-01
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2013-11-21
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