The World’s Smallest Violin Performs Vivaldi, Concerto in A Minor

What does it feel to see the smallest violin in the world, or even hold it in your hand, or much more than that – play it? Can you actually play it? Well, we have the largest violin and yet it’s playable. You just need to or three persons to make it sound. But this small one requires only one person with the great skill to perform the task.

On this video, Baltazar Monaca a Venezuelan violinist did it so easily. He played the Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto in A Minor using what has been known as “the smallest violin in the world.” It may not sound like the regular violins, but you can clearly hear how he’s hitting the notes accurately and not just making a squeaking sound.

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