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The violin, the most commonly used member of the modern string family, is the highest-sounding instrument of that group.

The strings are tuned a fifth apart at G3(196 Hz), D4, A4, E5(659.3 Hz). Strings characteristically produce a fundamental resonance plus all the string harmonics. The sound of the instrument is enhanced by body resonances including the air resonance of the f-holes.

 
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