The violin (Italian: Il Violino) is a stringed instrument. There are four strings in all. Rub with strings and bow. The violin body (resonance box) is about 35.5 centimeters long and is made of curved panels, backs and side panels.
The panel is usually made of spruce, with a soft texture. The back and side boards are hardened with maple and mahogany. The head and neck are made of maple, and ebony is used for finger plates.
Violin is widely spread all over the world, and is the most important musical instrument in modern orchestra strings. It occupies a very important position in instrumental music, is the pillar of modern Symphony orchestra, is also a solo instrument with high difficulty performance skills, and piano, classical guitar, known as the world's three major instruments.