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    fitted
  • Attached to or provided with a particular component or article
  • (of a room) Equipped with matching pieces of furniture built to be fixed into a particular space
  • Made or shaped to fill a space or to cover something closely or exactly
  • being the right size and shape to fit as desired; "a fitted overcoat"; "he quickly assembled the fitted pieces"
  • (fit) a display of bad temper; "he had a fit"; "she threw a tantrum"; "he made a scene"
  • (fit) meeting adequate standards for a purpose; "a fit subject for discussion"; "it is fit and proper that you be there"; "water fit to drink"; "fit for duty"; "do as you see fit to"
    violin
  • bowed stringed instrument that is the highest member of the violin family; this instrument has four strings and a hollow body and an unfretted fingerboard and is played with a bow
  • (violinist) a musician who plays the violin
  • Violin was the first album released by violinst Vanessa-Mae. It was recorded in October 1990, near her 12th birthday, and released shortly afterwards in March 1991. Vanessa-Mae contributed her royalties from the album to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
  • A stringed musical instrument of treble pitch, played with a horsehair bow. The classical European violin was developed in the 16th century. It has four strings and a body of characteristic rounded shape, narrowed at the middle and with two f-shaped sound holes
    bridge
  • Be a bridge over (something)
  • a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc.
  • Build a bridge over (something)
  • Make (a difference between two groups) smaller or less significant
  • connect or reduce the distance between
  • make a bridge across; "bridge a river"
fitted violin bridge - Cecilio CVN-100
Cecilio CVN-100 Rosewood Fitted Solid Wood Violin + Hard Case, Bow, Rosin & Extra Set of Strings & Bridge in Size 1/2
Cecilio CVN-100 Rosewood Fitted Solid Wood Violin + Hard Case, Bow, Rosin & Extra Set of Strings & Bridge in Size 1/2
Teacher approved CVN-100 violin is a perfect for the student musicians. It features hand-carved solid spruce top, hand-carved maple back and sides finished with beautiful varnish and inlaid purfling. This violin is fitted with rosewood (painted black) pegs, fingerboard, chin rest, and alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners. Violin accessories include a Brazilwood bow with ebony frog and unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair, a lightweight form fitting hard shell case with pockets and strap (making it convenient to carry to school or orchestra), quality rosin cake, violin bridge and an extra set of violin strings. Buy with confidence as it comes with a 1- year warranty against any manufacturing defects. Violin package retails for $239.99.

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Bagobo/Manobo09
Bagobo/Manobo09
Overview Quezon, Bukidnon famous stopover for people travelling in private vehicles usually from Cagayan de Oro to Davao... here you can witness Bukidnon-Cotabato panorama-----as far as the eyes can see now it's adorned with Bagobo/Manobo statues in various form of activities MANOBO The Bukidnon people belong the original proto-Philippine stock. Although the Bukidnon groups are scattered, tradition reveals that they were once a homogeneous group. The Bukidnon groups' major means of subsistence are food gathering and swidden agriculture. The women are skilled in making applique and embroidering garments. The different cultural communities found in the Province of Bukidnon are Manobo groups: the Bukidnon, Higaonon, Matigsalug. Talaandilig, Tigwahanon and Umayamnon. The Arumanen are another sub-group. ARUMANEN The Arumanen-Manobo are found in the Province of North Cotabato. They belong to the original proto-Philippine stock. Their major means of subsistence are food gathering and swidden agriculture. Both the men and women take part in the burden of work. The head of the Arumanen manobo group is the timuay or datu who calls the people to meetings. The traditional Arumanen social structure consisted of five classes, namely: the timuay (governance group), the walian or "shaman" (spiritual leaders), the warrior, the commoner and the slave. At present, the Arumanen still adhere to certain rituals. The Samaya-an Festival is celebrated annually on the last week of December as a thanks giving to the gods and deities and to seek for a sign of what blessings and misfortunes the coming year will bring to the community. BUKIDNON The Bukidnon speak the Binukid dialect. They have light brown complexion, straight black hair, have an average height of about five feet and their nose bridge is not flat. Courtship and marriage among the Bukidnon are brought about by parental arrangements made since the children were eleven years old, Men practice polygamy but the women are expected to be monogamous. Marriage is done by exchanging betel with moulded rice. Bukidnon art is the best expressed in their dances, poetry and music, mat weaving and basketry. The Bukidnon musical instruments consist of bamboo flutes, bamboo Jew's harp, one-stringed violin, and the boat shaped guitar. The Bukidnon handicrafts consist of mats, hats, fishtraps and clothe weaving. The Bukidnon farmers in upland areas are still practicing the traditional method of farming. The agricultural products produced by the farmers are palay, corn, abaca, and vegetable. The power of the Bukidnon chieftain or datu is built on trust and the confidence of his constituents. It is a blend of ascription and achievement and not governed by seniority or birth. HIGAONON The term Higaonon means "people of the wilderness." They occupy not only the parts of the Bukidnon Provinvce but also the hinterlands of Agusan del Sur and boundary of Misamis Oriental and Bukidnon Provinces. The ethno-legal aspect of the Higaonon culture revolves mainly around the datu system. Here, principal headman rules over an entire community \band composed of several clans. Under this headman are a minor datus that form a sort of counseling body. As the headman, the datu is responsible for the administration of the entire community. The status of the datu is both acquired and achieved. A dying datu passes his title to one of his children, preferably a son, through selective inheritance. It is usually the most deserving son who is chosen to acquire the status of the datu. MATIGSALUG The Matigsalug are the Bukidnon groups who are found in the Tigwa-Salug Valley in San Fernando, Bukidnon. "Matigsalug " is a term, which means "people along the River Salug". The Matigsalug men wear short tight-fitting pants that are of knee length and are hem and turbans for the head decorated with beads and fringed with goat's/horse's hair. The Matigsalug of Bukidnon have an approximate population of 146, 500. TIGWAHANON The Tigwa or Tigwahanon are scattered all over the Municipality of San Fernando in Bukidnon close to the border of Davao del Norte. The term Tigwahanon may have been derived from "guwa" (scattered) or from the Tigwa River where its banks and watershed are inhabited by the Tigwahanon. To date, the Tigwa of Agusan del Norte, Bukidnon, Agusan del Sur, and Misamis Occidental Provinces number around 36, 128. UMAYAMNON The Umayamnon live along the watershed of Umayan River in Bukidnon Province. The Umayamnon are known to be proud and reserved people, firm in their decisions and forest experts. They genrally possess the following physical features: fair in complexion, medium in height, and prominent cheekbones. The Umayamnon are engaged in beadworks for their body accessories such as the making of ginakit and inaboy (necklaces), suning (men's bags) and binuklad (bracelets). The Umayamnon of the Bukidnon has an approximate population of 101, 906.
Bagobo/Manobo04
Bagobo/Manobo04
Overview famous stopover for people travelling in private vehicles usually from Cagayan de Oro to Davao... here you can witness Bukidnon-Cotabato panorama-----as far as the eyes can see now it's adorned with Bagobo/Manobo statues in various form of activities Quezon, Bukidnon MANOBO The Bukidnon people belong the original proto-Philippine stock. Although the Bukidnon groups are scattered, tradition reveals that they were once a homogeneous group. The Bukidnon groups' major means of subsistence are food gathering and swidden agriculture. The women are skilled in making applique and embroidering garments. The different cultural communities found in the Province of Bukidnon are Manobo groups: the Bukidnon, Higaonon, Matigsalug. Talaandilig, Tigwahanon and Umayamnon. The Arumanen are another sub-group. ARUMANEN The Arumanen-Manobo are found in the Province of North Cotabato. They belong to the original proto-Philippine stock. Their major means of subsistence are food gathering and swidden agriculture. Both the men and women take part in the burden of work. The head of the Arumanen manobo group is the timuay or datu who calls the people to meetings. The traditional Arumanen social structure consisted of five classes, namely: the timuay (governance group), the walian or "shaman" (spiritual leaders), the warrior, the commoner and the slave. At present, the Arumanen still adhere to certain rituals. The Samaya-an Festival is celebrated annually on the last week of December as a thanks giving to the gods and deities and to seek for a sign of what blessings and misfortunes the coming year will bring to the community. BUKIDNON The Bukidnon speak the Binukid dialect. They have light brown complexion, straight black hair, have an average height of about five feet and their nose bridge is not flat. Courtship and marriage among the Bukidnon are brought about by parental arrangements made since the children were eleven years old, Men practice polygamy but the women are expected to be monogamous. Marriage is done by exchanging betel with moulded rice. Bukidnon art is the best expressed in their dances, poetry and music, mat weaving and basketry. The Bukidnon musical instruments consist of bamboo flutes, bamboo Jew's harp, one-stringed violin, and the boat shaped guitar. The Bukidnon handicrafts consist of mats, hats, fishtraps and clothe weaving. The Bukidnon farmers in upland areas are still practicing the traditional method of farming. The agricultural products produced by the farmers are palay, corn, abaca, and vegetable. The power of the Bukidnon chieftain or datu is built on trust and the confidence of his constituents. It is a blend of ascription and achievement and not governed by seniority or birth. HIGAONON The term Higaonon means "people of the wilderness." They occupy not only the parts of the Bukidnon Provinvce but also the hinterlands of Agusan del Sur and boundary of Misamis Oriental and Bukidnon Provinces. The ethno-legal aspect of the Higaonon culture revolves mainly around the datu system. Here, principal headman rules over an entire community \band composed of several clans. Under this headman are a minor datus that form a sort of counseling body. As the headman, the datu is responsible for the administration of the entire community. The status of the datu is both acquired and achieved. A dying datu passes his title to one of his children, preferably a son, through selective inheritance. It is usually the most deserving son who is chosen to acquire the status of the datu. MATIGSALUG The Matigsalug are the Bukidnon groups who are found in the Tigwa-Salug Valley in San Fernando, Bukidnon. "Matigsalug " is a term, which means "people along the River Salug". The Matigsalug men wear short tight-fitting pants that are of knee length and are hem and turbans for the head decorated with beads and fringed with goat's/horse's hair. The Matigsalug of Bukidnon have an approximate population of 146, 500. TIGWAHANON The Tigwa or Tigwahanon are scattered all over the Municipality of San Fernando in Bukidnon close to the border of Davao del Norte. The term Tigwahanon may have been derived from "guwa" (scattered) or from the Tigwa River where its banks and watershed are inhabited by the Tigwahanon. To date, the Tigwa of Agusan del Norte, Bukidnon, Agusan del Sur, and Misamis Occidental Provinces number around 36, 128. UMAYAMNON The Umayamnon live along the watershed of Umayan River in Bukidnon Province. The Umayamnon are known to be proud and reserved people, firm in their decisions and forest experts. They genrally possess the following physical features: fair in complexion, medium in height, and prominent cheekbones. The Umayamnon are engaged in beadworks for their body accessories such as the making of ginakit and inaboy (necklaces), suning (men's bags) and binuklad (bracelets). The Umayamnon of the Bukidnon has an approximate population of 101, 906.

fitted violin bridge
fitted violin bridge
Cecilio CVN-200 Rosewood Fitted Solid Wood Violin + Hard Case, 2 Bows, Rosin & Extra Set of Strings & Bridge ~ Teacher Approved! in Size 1/8
This violin is perfect for the student musician. It features hand carved solid maple back and sides, hand-carved solid spruce top, beautiful inlaid purfling, varnish finish, natural colored rosewood pegs, chin rest, tailpiece and rosewood fingerboard. Has features found in much more expensive violins. It comes with alloy tailpiece and 1 built-in fine tuners. The brazilwood bow features rosewood frog and unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair. The included case is a light weight form fitting hard case with pockets and strap. This makes it convenient to carry to school or orchestra. It also comes with the following accessories: Extra set of violin strings, Extra violin bridge, Extra Mangolian Horsehair bow and a quality rosin cake. It has all the accessories needed to start enjoying this great violin. The included accessories alone retail for more than $80. This makes the violin kit an unbeatable value. Buy with confidence as it comes with a one year warranty against any manufacturing defects. Grab it while this price lasts!

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