Violino piccolo

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The violino piccolo is a violin-like instrument that is smaller and higher than a violin. It was used in the baroque era, notably in Bach's first Brandenburg concerto. It is about three-quarters the size of a violin. It is rarely seen today and is not a standard musical instrument.