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The Violin Honored at Gerduberg Culture Center

The violin will be honored during the Day of the Musical Instrument at Gerduberg Culture Center today, held in cooperation with the Association of Icelandic Musicians. A host of violinists will contribute to the celebration with their music.

According to a Gerduberg press release, the violin touches the strings of all human emotions. It is used for expressing grief and happiness, and has provided an important basis for both dancing and religious rites.

The violin is an inseparable part of music styles like tango, country and jazz, as well as every style period of classical music. Many composers have written immortal music with the aid of the violin.

The program begins at 1:30 pm and admission is ISK 1,200 (USD 19, EUR 13) for adults and free for children.

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