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Rudolf Neudörfer Geigenbogen
Rudolf Neudörfer Geigenbogen
Rudolf Neudörfer violin bow
Rudolf Neudörfer violin bow
Provenance: Bubenreuth
Maker: Rudolf Neudörfer
Weight: 60.7 g
Year: approx. 1990
Tone: Warm, large
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Silver mounted violin bow by Rudolf Neudörfer

This German violin bow with a blank ebony frog and silver mounts was built approx. 1990 by Rudolf Neudörfer in Bubenreuth, Bavaria, and is a well-balanced piece in good quality that was made of red-brown pernambuco wood. The round stick features good playing properties, it combines stiffness and elasticity and plays surprisingly active; its balance-point is sensed well-centered and is measured at 25.1 cm of the total length of 74.3 cm including the adjuster. The stick bears the Neudörfer stamp. With new hair this good violin bow is ready to play, as a reliable partner for daily practising that forgives many faults and pleases the young player with its warm, large sound.

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