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Friedrich Sandner Bubenreuth violin no 28 - top
Friedrich Sandner Bubenreuth violin no 28 - top
Friedrich Sandner Bubenreuth violin no 28 - top
Violon allemand de Friedrich Sandner, Bubenreuth
Violon allemand de Friedrich Sandner, Bubenreuth
Violino antico di Friedrich Sandner, Bubenreuth
Violino antico di Friedrich Sandner, Bubenreuth
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Provenance: Bubenreuth
Maker: Friedrich Sandner
Length of back: 35.9 cm
Year: 1928
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Friedrich Sandner, 1928: Bubenreuth violin no. 28

This violin no 28 is an excellent example of the high standards of violin making in Saxony, a violin making tradition followed by Bubenreuth maker Friedrich Sandner who made this violin in 1928 in Bubenreuth after a well-proven Stradivari model - a convincing instrument with a strong, bright and clear singing voice, that expresses its character with immediate response and offers playing opportunities that are rarely found in this price range. Slim and elegantly cut ff-holes, the radiant varnish and the interesting flaming of the one-piece maple back demonstrate the quality of this work that was crafted by an unknown hand. This excellent violin is undamaged and was worked over thoroughly by our expert luthiers, ready to play with its highly recommendable sound.

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