Is it expected by qualified people that a violin should sound the same in any key?
For instance, the sharp keys on my violin sound brighter and much brighter when I reach "A" sharp. Then, on the other side, I sound subdued and minor with flats.
Possible or my imagination?
I can't imagine that a violin is made and simply "works" without a lot of special skill and knowledge. It seems that a violin might have preferences regarding key signature. Good trick!
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