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Lighteight German violin bow - Markneukirchen, 1950's

This lightweight German violin bow based on the Tourte model was handmade in the 1950's and probably comes from a workshop in the Markneukirchen area. The strong, octagonal stick is made of fine, orange-brown pernambuco wood and is very well balanced. The violin bow plays easily, strong and actively. A rose-green shimmering mother-of-pearl slide adorns the ebony frog with mother-of-pearl eye,...

This lightweight German violin bow based on the Tourte model was handmade in the 1950's and probably comes from a workshop in the Markneukirchen area. The strong, octagonal stick is made of fine, orange-brown pernambuco wood and is very well balanced. The violin bow plays easily, strong and actively. A rose-green shimmering mother-of-pearl slide adorns the ebony frog with mother-of-pearl eye, which is executed in simple beauty. At a length of 74.7 cm, the ready-to-play violin bow weighs 57.2 g and is easy to play thanks to its balance point in the lower third. This lightweight bow produces a bright, ringing and resonant clear sound and is therefore an ideal match to dull or soft-sounding violins.

€ 690.00
approx. $ 814.20
Inventory no.
B1042
Provenance
Markneukirchen
Year
circa 1950
Tone
warm, bright, rich in overtones
Weight
56,2 g
Lighteight German violin bow - Markneukirchen, 1950's
Lighteight German violin bow - Markneukirchen, 1950's
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