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Rosin for dry climates

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Initial post: Mar 27, 2011 11:26:55 PM PDT
Although I have played several other instruments since childhood, I am a 64-year-old beginning violinist. I would like to play cello or viola, but a friend gave me a violin that he had given up on. I mail ordered a P&G fibreglass bow with replaceable horsehair. My supplier stated light rosin is best for dry climates so I bought a cake. It seems to powder immediately and flakes off terribly. Does anyone know of an affordable rosin that will stay on my bow through three movements out here in the desert?
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