Violas for School Orchestra Program – Quality Brands & Models
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Start Band with Beginner Orchestra Student Violas
Violas and Violins are members of the string family. The difference has to do with size and pitch. Violas are slightly larger than violins. The highest violin string is the ‘E’ string. If you were to remove this highest string and add a new lowest string or ‘C’ string, you have a viola. Sound is produced by drawing a bow across the strings. The violas comes in two pieces; the instrument and the bow. The bow uses horsehair or a synthetic material to vibrate the strings as it is drawn over the instrument. The viola is played with the instrument under the chin on the left side. Violas provided on our payment plan include a horsehair bow and case.
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We have limited quantities of Used and Beginner Return Violas available.
Options & Prices
13″ (fits Arm Length of 23 1/4″ or smaller)
14″ (fits Arm Length of 23 1/4″ to 24 3/4″)
15″ (fits Arm Length of 24 3/4″ to 25 1/2″)
16″ (fits Arm Length of 26 1/2″ to 27 1/4″)
How to know which size to order:
Use a yardstick. Have the child stretch the left arm straight out to the side. Measure from the middle of the armpit to the end of the finger tips. If the child is an in between size, always choose the smaller size.