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Why You Should Start Your Child on a Franz Hoffmann

Posted by Staff Writer on Sep 26, 2016 9:26:31 AM

Beginnings are critical, right? If you’ve ever grown a vegetable garden before, you know what I mean by this: starting right mean your garden will yield better results later on. You have to sow your seeds at the perfect time, with the right amount of sunlight and heat. You’ll want to prepare your soil ahead of time, enriching it with whichever nutrients it needs. You’ll care for the plants as they grow, making sure to train them up a trellis if necessary, or taking care to pull any pesky weeds. With enough care and patience, you’re sure to have a good harvest.

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Topics: Violin, Parents, Student Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Franz Hoffmann, Koe

Finding Your Voice: The Franz Hoffmann Koe Violin

Posted by Staff Writer on Jul 29, 2015 10:37:00 AM

Sometimes, a name is just a name. But with our new Franz Hoffman Koe violin, we wanted a name that would capture the feeling of first learning to play—really play—the violin. “Koe” means “voice” in Japanese. Its Japanese character can also be interpreted as a cry, or a note. Along with its craftsmanship, this violin’s name was carefully and thoughtfully considered—we at SHAR definitely took a long time to decide on it! We decided on Koe with this question in mind: What does it mean to have a voice in music?

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Topics: Violin, Beginner Violin, Franz Hoffmann, Koe

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