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Modern Italian violin. Pollastri-school: by Bruno Piastri, 1993
Modern Italian violin. Pollastri-school: by Bruno Piastri, 1993
One piece violin back of maple cut from the slap. Italian violin by Bruno Piastri.
One piece violin back of maple cut from the slap. Italian violin by Bruno Piastri.
Ribs: Italian violin by Bruno Piastri.
Ribs: Italian violin by Bruno Piastri.
Violin scroll: Bruno Piastri contemporary Italian violin made in 1993.
Violin scroll: Bruno Piastri contemporary Italian violin made in 1993.
Inventory No.: 4769
Provenance: Gabbice
Maker: 1993
Length of back: 35.8 cm
Year: 1993

Modern Italian violin of the Pollastri-school: Bruno Piastri, 1993

This modern Italian violin by Bruno Piastri, pupil of Cesare Pollastri, is an especially interesting affordable instrument within our selection of contemporary Italian violins. It was made in Gabbice in 1993 and is gorgeous Italian instrument that combines all the advantages of traditional and modern violin making. The purfling was crafted carefully and precisely, just as the shining and luminous red oil varnish that was richly applied. The one-piece back was made from mildly flamed sycamore maple, that clearly demonstrates the high quality of the tonewoods Bruno Piastri chose for this violin. The violin is originally labeled and stamped. This Bruno Piastri violin is in perfect, immediate playing condition, ready to unfold its warm sound of medium strength that is bright and radiant in the upper ranges and of a unique character.

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