I always heard that a violin that is not played goes to sleep. What are the indications that a violin is asleep. The reason I am asking this is because I want to preserve an expensive violin, but I don't want it to go to sleep as I want it to be on top form. If violins do indeed go to sleep, what is the minimum amount of playing time that will keep it in good playing order?
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