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   Carlo Giuseppe Testore   model 1703   

   Violin #5    - Murder of Crows


   This model was the personal favorite of my first violin    instructor.  It was an early model built in 2005 for my first    VSA competition. The plates were regraduated in early    2013. This violin has a great range, with very stiff top and    back plates that produces plenty of power, with a reserve.    Ideal for a player that likes to dig in and can push an    instrument to its full range.


   Top Plate  

   Mode 5  378 Hz

   64.1 grams with base bar.






   Made 2005


   Stradivari Violin  Messiah model 1716    

   Violin  #12


  This violin model is based on the "Golden Period" violins of    Antonio Stradivari. As with many Stradivari violins, it    produces a timbre richer in the higher overtones without    sacrificing power or reserve. Many musicians have    commented that this violin projects more sound in the hall    than they experience under their ear.    

  Made in 2009


  Stradivari Violin Viotti model 1709

  The violin receives its name from its first known owner,    violinist Giovanni Battista Viotti, who is said to have    received it as a love token from Catherine the  Great.

 

   Made in 2013


  This Violin can be auditioned at Jay Rury’s Violins in

  Dallas






   Stradivari Violin Viotti model 1709

  The violin receives its name from its first  known  owner,    violinist Giovanni Battista Viotti, who is  said to have    received  it as a love token from Catherine the Great.  This    violin has a one piece back.


   Made in 2012