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French master violin No. 89, Paul Beuscher, "special cremone", 1937 - top
French master violin No. 89, Paul Beuscher, "special cremone", 1937 - top
French master violin No. 89, Paul Beuscher, "special cremone", 1937 - top
Two-piece back of a Paul Beuscher violin with interestingly flamed maple
Two-piece back of a Paul Beuscher violin with interestingly flamed maple
French violin. Paul Beuscher, Paris 1937 - ribs
French violin. Paul Beuscher, Paris 1937 - ribs
French master violin No. 89, Paul Beuscher, "special cremone", 1937 - scroll
French master violin No. 89, Paul Beuscher, "special cremone", 1937 - scroll
Provenance: Paris
Maker: Paul Beuscher
Length of back: 35.7 cm
Year: 1937
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Master violin No. 89, Paul Beuscher, "special cremone", Paris 1937

This beautiful French Paris master violin is preserved in near mint condition: an exceptionally beautiful instrument, named "special cremone" made by Paul Beuscher, who crafted it as No. 89 in 1937 as a reference to the great Italian master violins. It bears the riginal dated label by Paul Beuscher. The strong, powerful and mature, radiant sound is an impressive demonstration of this French violin´s fine master quality, as well as solid, elegant craftmanship such as the medium high arching of the top that features gentle fluting. The one-piece back is a highly individual work with very interesting flames, decorated by shining, orange-brown colored varnish with high transpareny. This Paul Beuscher violin is preserved undamaged, like new, and features an amazingly powerful tone, a French violin of a character. Like all Corilon violins the instrument was worked over completely by the experienced luthiers in our workshop and is offered with the most perfect tone, crackfree and undamaged, in excellent playing condition. It unfolds its exquisite sound with immediate response, a strong, radiant voice that is mature and rich in overtones, clear, singing and well-balanced across all strings.

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