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Provenance: Lacarna
Maker: Vladimir Monomax
Weight: 58.8 g
Year: approx. 2010

Contemporary violin bow by Vladimiros Monomax

With its exceptional aesthetic and outstanding acoustic properties, this violin bow creates a confident standard in the bow making of our day. It hails from the atelier of Vladimiros Sorokin-Andreou in Larnaca, Cypress, a luthier and bow maker who specialized in sophisticated restorations and crafting highly distinctive creations under the pseudonym “Monomax.” His brand mark “Vladimir Monomax a Scala” confirms the authenticity of the stick, and the Monomax crown signet ornaments the frog in the style of Pajeot. The finely crafted pernambuco is highly elastic and solid, giving this dynamic bow playing characteristics that are French in nature. Its bright, warm sound is rich in character and ideally suited for demanding musical interpretations; professional musicians will appreciate the perfect weight distribution of the 74.4 cm length. Its balance point is perceived as being centred and is measured at 24.9 cm. Meticulously executed and intricate artisanry can be seen in the beautifully styled head as well as the mother-of-pearl at the stick and the silver mountings of the frog. This magnificent violin is bow ready to play after having been completely set up by the specialists in our atelier.

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