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Modern Czech viol, back
Modern Czech viol, back
ribs
ribs
scroll
scroll
Inventory No.: 5121
Provenance: Czech Republic
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 40.8 cm
Year: late 20th century

Modern Viola, 20th century, Czech republic

This viola, a modern unlabeled late 20th century Czech instrument, is a piece of unmistakeable individuality, that was crafted in the style of Italian violas. The soundholes and the elegant purfling of this viola are tastefully executed and examples of quality craftsmanship; the small, expressive viola scroll is an elegant work full of character. Richly applied oil varnish, of a beautiful, orange-brown color covers the well selected tonewoods that were selected for this viola. Our luthier thoroughly worked over and set up this undamaged Czech viola, so we can offer it in perfect condition and immediately ready to play. We recommend the viola's warm, precise sound, that is quite responsive and well-balanced, with a bright character and beautiful resonance.

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