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Ernst Heinrich Roth, violin after Stradivarius, made 1975 - top
Ernst Heinrich Roth, violin after Stradivarius, made 1975 - top
Ernst Heinrich Roth, violin after Stradivarius, 1975 - back
Ernst Heinrich Roth, violin after Stradivarius, 1975 - back
Ernst Heinrich Roth, violin after Stradivarius, 1975 - ribs
Ernst Heinrich Roth, violin after Stradivarius, 1975 - ribs
Ernst Heinrich Roth, violin after Stradivarius, 1975 - scroll
Ernst Heinrich Roth, violin after Stradivarius, 1975 - scroll
Provenance: Bubenreuth
Maker: Ernst Heinrich Roth
Length of back: 36.1 cm
Year: 1955
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Ernst Heinrich Roth, old Bubenreuth violin from 1955, certificate

The shining, intensivly orange colored spirit-oil varnish of this beautiful Ernst Heinrich Roth workshop violin indicates its provenance from the well-known violin making town Bubenreuth impressively. It covers premium tonewoods that feature exceptionally beautiful grain: finely- to medium grained spruce was chosen for the top, narrowly and strongly flamed maple for the one-piece back. This violin is a clear example of the visual and acustic quality of the Roth's mid 20th century craftsmanship, as it is demonstrated by the purfling that is laid in very close to the edges and by the soft fluting of top and back. This 1955 violin after Antonius Stradivarius was worked over in our atelier carefully and is offered with just minor optical flaws in perfect condition, immediately ready to play and to unfold its warm, mature, open, radiant and clear voice that is full of power and beautifully balanced.

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