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Good sounding old Bohemian violin, student violin - top
Good sounding old Bohemian violin, student violin - top
Good sounding old Bohemian violin, student violin - back
Good sounding old Bohemian violin, student violin - back
Good sounding old Bohemian violin, student violin - ribs
Good sounding old Bohemian violin, student violin - ribs
Good sounding old Bohemian violin, student violin - scroll
Good sounding old Bohemian violin, student violin - scroll
Provenance: Unknown
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.8 cm
Year: approx. 1900
Tone: Dark, warm, clear
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Good sounding old Bohemian violin, student violin

This good sounding violin found its way from a Bohemia, where it was made in approximately 1900, to Bubenreuth - where it received a replacement table - and later to Corilon violins, Munich. While many Chinese violins are infamous for their shrill voice, this instrument features a convincingly good response and a strong, warm, clear, resonant sound, that bears some nice dark and warm notes. An affordable, recommendable, excellently preserved and well-kept violin, with a new top, that was looked over by our luthier, who made it ready to play.

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