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The strings should be fine providing there is no large change in temperature or humidity in the place the violin is going to be stored. If you know that the violin will be subject to changes in temperature and humidity, then it would be advised to loosen the strings. This is because a decrease in the temperature makes the strings shrink which could make them ...
That is the french down bow sign, which is the same thing as normal down bow.
There must be an F# at the beginning followed by C# so we're on the key D. Whenever you see a C note, it means to play it in sharp unless you see a natural sign. And when you see such, it will only be effective for 1 bar.
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