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Cecilia Signature violin rosin formula
Cecilia Signature violin rosin is Peter Bahng’s new formula. Though his previous rosins have been successful and are still among the most popular in the world, he decided to go even further with this new version. Thus, the new formula provides a rich, full, and expressive tone without excessive bite.
Cecilia A Piacere violin rosin
Cecilia A Piacere violin rosin can truly be used at any time. A piacere means “as desired” in Italian, which perfectly conveys the fact that the rosin can be used in many different cases. It shares the same formula of the very famous Andrea A Piacere, only its name has changed.
Cecilia Solo violin rosin
Cecilia Solo violin rosin has been specially designed for soloists. That’s why it is recommended if you’re looking for a powerful tone and a clear articulation. It is the same recipe than the very famous Andreas Solo, only its name has changed.
Gustave Bernardel rosin
Gustave Bernardel rosin is a timeless recipe which has been used for generations by violinists, violists and cellists. It offers great results regarding its price and it actually is a great rosin to start with any instrument from the violin … Read More
Petz Vienna’s Best violin rosin
Petz Vienna’s Best violin rosin is first of all an old Viennese formula created by Ersnt Petzka. It offers a full and soft sound but, mostly, it is very tolerant. Probably the best rosin to recreate the signature sound from … Read More
Rositini, a rosin for smaller hands
Rositini rosin has been specially designed to make the best out of smaller violins, violas and cellos. Indeed, the usual recipes are commonly based on the length of vibrating strings on adult instruments. That is why they generally do not … Read More