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A violin is a bowed string instrument with four strings tuned in perfect fifths.
Violin may also refer to:
- Violin (film), a 2011 Malayalam film
- Violin (novel), novel by Anne Rice
- The Violin (2005 film), a 2005 Mexican film
- Violin (album), album by violinist Vanessa-Mae
- "Violin", a children's song by They Might Be Giants on their album No!
- Violin family, family of string based instruments developed in sixteenth century Italy
- Violin octet, family of string based instruments developed in twentieth century United States of America
- Bass violin, various bass instruments of the violin family
- Baritone violin, violin variant either one octave below convention or the third largest member of the violin octet family
- Baroque violin, violin whose design is based in the baroque period
- Electric violin, electrical variant of the standard violin
- Five string violin, five string variant of the violin
- Kit violin, small violin designed to fit in a pocket
- Nail violin, instrument categorised as a friction idiophone
- Stroh violin, violin that uses metal resonators or metal horns to amplify sounds
- Tenor violin, instrument with a range between a cello and a viola
- Violin beetle, species of ground beetles
- Violin Island or Pulau Biola, island off the coast of Singapore
- Violin Memory, US manufacturer of flash memory arrays
- Violin plot, in mathematics a box plot that illustrates probability density function
- Fiddle, colloquial term for the instrument
- List of compositions for violin and orchestra
- List of violinists
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