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Mozart bow - lightweight, active violin bow, silver, Germany - frog
Mozart bow - lightweight, active violin bow, silver, Germany - frog
Mozart bow - lightweight, active violin bow, silver, Germany - head
Mozart bow - lightweight, active violin bow, silver, Germany - head
Inventory No.: B737
Provenance: Leipzig
Maker: Fritz Wunderlich
Weight: 56.6 g
Year: 1940 circa
Tone: Bright, sweet

Mozart bow - lightweight, active violin bow, silver, Germany

This excellent bouncy lightweight violin bow is a lively, active player perfectly suitable for Mozart pieces. The bow was made in the 1940's in Germany, presumably Markneukirchen. Its octagonal stick is made of red-brown pernambuco wood and features an excellent combination of stiffness and elasticity. The neatly finished ebony frog is sterling silver mounted with a white-green-rose shimmering pearl slide. This lightweight violin bow has a length of 74.1 cm, it is well balanced and has its perceived balance point well centered, slightly inclined towards the tip and measured at 26.2 cm. This active "Mozart" violin bow is very convenient to play and produces a vbright, sweet tone.

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