Andrea Rosin

Andrea Rosin is one of the best rosins on the market. I like to use it especially when I perform solo. It gives me powerful sound projection at the same time allows me to be sensitive and expressive.

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Andrea Rosin formerly known as Tartini rosin comes in 3 different styles: Solo, Orchestra and Piacere. My favorites one is Solo type. It is long lasting and applies very easy.  It gives me full brilliant sound that doesn’t crack on the strings under a high bow pressure. I like the “bite” that this rosin gives me. It allows me to play with great articulation and achieve beautiful sound quality with full spectrum of dynamics.

 

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2 Comments

  1. kypros
    May 12, 2015 / 9:25 pm

    I tried this rosin and I was not impressed. It is a high quality one but nothing exceptional for me.
    Last year I spent an enormous amount of money truing out all the different high end rosins.
    My personal conclusions were
    !) Bakers
    2) Liebenzeller gold 1
    The Baker’s can not be bought commercially, but it’s a subscription order. You put your name on the waiting list and wait for a year or two until your name comes up on the list. It is guaranteed 15 days old when it gets to you and you will be amazed at the qualities of this rosin.
    The Liebenzeller is equally good if you can get hold of a fresh cake.

    • violinista
      May 13, 2015 / 5:26 pm

      Thanks for the info! I do really like Andrea Rosin. I tried in on many bows, Peccatte, Sartory, Bazin, as well as on many Germans bows and few carbon fiber bows. Worked well on all of them but I will definitely check Bakers and Liebenzeller gold rosins!

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