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Revisiting the notion of "resonance wood" choice: a decompartementalised approach from violin makers' opinion and perception to characterization of material properties' variability

Capucine Carlier
Ahmad Alkadri
Joseph Gril
Iris Brémaud

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This work aims to improve our understanding of the resonance wood and to investigate the interactions between their physical-mechanical properties, natural variability, and the violin makers' ways of choosing their materials. In order to identify the luthiers' practices and opinions, a socio-technical survey was conducted. Physical, vibrational, and visual/structural characteristics of the resonance wood obtained from several provenances with a variety of quality grades were also determined. Finally, these two approaches were completed by a psychosensory evaluation to compare the measurements that we have conducted with the perception and qualification of wood by the violin makers.
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hal-02051004 , version 1 (27-02-2019)
hal-02051004 , version 2 (27-02-2024)

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Capucine Carlier, Ahmad Alkadri, Joseph Gril, Iris Brémaud. Revisiting the notion of "resonance wood" choice: a decompartementalised approach from violin makers' opinion and perception to characterization of material properties' variability. Wooden musical instruments - Different forms of knowledge : Book of end of WoodMusICK COST Action FP1302, 2018. ⟨hal-02051004v2⟩
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