The Viola Profonda is a bowed string instrument in tenor-range, with four strings, which is bigger than a Viola and its standard way of playing is resting on the shoulder (as a Violin and Viola). By having its own sound colour and by filling the entire tenor-range, it reforms the usual classical string quartet and completes the idea of classical music theory of having four separate voices with their own timbre each (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) in every instrument-category; as known in the choir, the woodwinds and the brass family.
HerausgeberPhilippe V. Giffard
Violin, Viola, Cello, Berliner Philharmonie
Philippe V. Giffard
Lieferdatum:zwischen Dienstag, 27. August und Donnerstag, 29. August