What are the names of the strings on a violin?

Answer

The violin, which is the smallest, highest-pitched member of the violin family, is a string instrument that usually has four strings tuned in perfect fifths. The four strings on a violin are called G,D,A,E with E-string as the highest and the G-string as the lowest.
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I'm not actually a violin player, but i am pretty sure this is how it goes. (I'm going from the thicker, lower sounding strings to the skinny high strings. So basically left to right
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The G string is the lowest and thickest string of the violin. It has a deep, dark and gritty texture not found on the other strings. Composers and orchestrators may specifically call
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John F is correct for the violin, but other 4 string instruments have different tunings. Here are a few, strings in order of high to low: Cello: ADGC Viola: ADGC Bass (string and
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The lowest string (and hence the lowest note) is the G just below m...
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