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Violin bow by Albert Nürnberger - head
Violin bow by Albert Nürnberger - head
Violin bow by Albert Nürnberger - frog
Violin bow by Albert Nürnberger - frog
Inventory No.: B769
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Carl Albert Nürnberger
Weight: 60.4 g
Year: 1960 circa
Tone: Bright, clear, large
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Albert Nürnberger: Powerful silver mounted violin bow

This artfully elaborated violin bow by Albert Nürnberger (1881 - 1971) was crafted in Markneukirchen in the 1960's. The strong, octagonal stick is made of finest quality pernambuco wood of high tension and good elasticity, the color is a delicate orange-brown. The delicate head, unmistakably Albert Nürnberger, shows finest workmanship, the frog is silver mounted with a Parisian eye and a one-piece capsule adjuster - a fine master made silver copy of German origin. This powerful and perfectly balanced Albert Nürnberger bow feels well balanced in the hand, it measures 74.5 cm and its perceived balance point is well centered. Its measured balance-point is at 25.5 cm from the frog end. This fine Nürnberger bow is a powerful, strong player, a very good bow indeed that produces a rich bright, clear and powerful radiant sound, volume and resonance.

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