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Contemporary Italian violin, Lionello Galetti, Cremona  top
Contemporary Italian violin, Lionello Galetti, Cremona  top
Contemporary Italian violin, Lionello Galetti, Cremona - back
Contemporary Italian violin, Lionello Galetti, Cremona - back
Contemporary Italian violin, Lionello Galetti, Cremona - ribs
Contemporary Italian violin, Lionello Galetti, Cremona - ribs
Contemporary Italian violin, Lionello Galetti, Cremona - scroll
Contemporary Italian violin, Lionello Galetti, Cremona - scroll
Provenance: Cremona
Maker: Lionello Galetti
Length of back: 35.5 cm
Year: 2002
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Sweet sound: Contemporary Italian violin, Lionello Galetti, Cremona (certificate Stefano Conia)

Cremonese violin maker Lionello Galetti created this lovely Italian piece in the style of the modern Cremonese school in 2002, which can be seen by the label and branstamp. Authenticity is further confirmed by a certificate by Stefano Conio, which is included in the price. Lionello Galetti produced an affordable work of outstanding tonal and aesthetic quality: the harmonious aesthetic of this instrument includes a one-piece back of attractively flamed maple, a very lovely scroll of character and the rich, luminous spirit varnish of a brilliant orange-brown. Its long extended corners give it an individual character. The excellent, strong, radiant and typically Italian sound of the violin which projects well can hold its own against more expensive contemporary violins. We offer this contemporary Italian violin by Lionello Galetti in in very good condition, undamaged, meticulously worked over and set up by our specialists and tonally optimized to yield the best possible result. It now has a wonderfully sweet bright Italian tone.

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