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  1. You see, over the last several hundred years, cellos and basses and Arpeggiones, and Viola de Gambas, were often left on the floor or propped up against the corner of the wall or table etc.,
    Over the years, people would trip over them or bump into them, causing damage (sometimes beyond repair). Violins were kept in cases and usually left on higher ground, like on tables or shelves. If you look closely at the picture above, you can see the cat has damaged the cello (arpeggione)
    with its tail. The violin is safe, snugged in the case on the table. Not a very exciting action picture, none the less.

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