Some articles on bow, bow hair, hairs, hair:
... Right hand The bow is held with an underhand grip ... The bow hair is adjusted so it is slightly loose ... The fingers of the right hand are used to push the hairs away from the stick in order to create tension in the hairs ...
... Third, the horse hair bow is never separated from the strings (which were formerly of twisted silk but which today are usually made of metal) it passes ... a stopping finger reaches the part of the string in contact with the bow hair. 81 cm from top to bottom, the length of the bow also being 81 cm ...
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