Italian violin by Mauro Lucini Cremona 2007

Nonchalance is a character trait which can frequently be observed in Italian violins, and this violin by Mauro Lucini is an excellent example made in Cremona in 2007. This interesting Cremona violin hails from the workshop of an enthusiastic violin maker, and it exemplifies the key characteristic of a good Italian violin: exquisitely aged wood,...

Nonchalance is a character trait which can frequently be observed in Italian violins, and this violin by Mauro Lucini is an excellent example made in Cremona in 2007. This interesting Cremona violin hails from the workshop of an enthusiastic violin maker, and it exemplifies the key characteristic of a good Italian violin: exquisitely aged wood, a radiant melting sound and striking aesthetics. In light of its musical properties, its aesthetic appearance is also remarkable in the price range. The individuality of this slender Italian model made as a copy of the Hellier-Stradivari with narrowly-positioned sound holes demonstrates that the maker was capable of creating an affordable but wonderful violin using fine aged Italian wood and a very economic approach. This affordable Italian violin has been substantially improved by the violin makers at Corilon and now sings with a radiant and meldting Cremonese voice that features depth, resonance and warmth whilst also having a balanced, fluid character. 

€ 3,990.00
approx. £ 3,391.50
Inventory no.
6473
Maker
Mauro Lucini
Provenance
Cremona
Year
2007
Tone
warm, resonant, fluid, precise
Length of back
35.8 cm
Italienische Geige - Mauro Lucini, Cremona
Italian violin by Mauro Lucini Cremona 2007
Italian violin by Mauro Lucini Cremona 2007
Italian violin by Mauro Lucini Cremona 2007
Italian violin by Mauro Lucini Cremona 2007
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