What year was the first violin invented?

Answer The modern four-string violin was invented by Italian instrument maker Andrea Amati, apparently in 1555 (the oldest surviving violin is an Amati dating to about 1564). Three-string violins had appe... Read More »

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How old was andrea amati when he invented the violin?

Andrea Amati was an immensely talented violin maker. He was first listed for making violins as an apprentice in 1526, when he was approximately 21 years of age. He was a crucial part of creating th... Read More »

Who invented pickleball&what year was it invented?

Pickleball was invented in 1965 by Joel Pritchard and Bill Bell. The court included a badminton net that had been lowered to a height of 36 inches. A plastic ball was used along with paddles that w... Read More »

Does Celtic music have a first violin part and second violin part?

According to Fiddling Around the World, traditional Celtic music does not typically have first and second violin parts. Usually, a Celtic music ensemble will be small and consist of only one fiddl... Read More »

What year were TVs invented?

On January 7, 1927, Philo T. Farnsworth applied for his first patent for the television. Farnsworth conceived of the idea for the television when he was only 14. He worked on his invention on his d... Read More »