This contemporary German master violin, made by and tonally optimized by Corilon marks a debut ― it reflects the sum of the exceptional work the experts at our violin making and restoration workshop do as they restore the fine instruments in the Corilon catalogue. By giving free rein to their experience, creativity and well-tested...
This contemporary German master violin, made by and tonally optimized by Corilon marks a debut ― it reflects the sum of the exceptional work the experts at our violin making and restoration workshop do as they restore the fine instruments in the Corilon catalogue. By giving free rein to their experience, creativity and well-tested expertise about the enigmas of a violin's sound, they have crafted a new instrument with all of the musical and aesthetic properties which make historic violins so famous. The subtle and carefully executed antiquing on the thick coat of luminous orange-brown varnish they have applied is to be seen as a tribute to the centuries-old eyewitnesses of musical history which they hold in their hands every day as part of their work at Corilon violins. And this excellently crafted piece is an homage to both the oeuvre of Antonio Stradivari, who served as inspiration for the model, as well as the work of the classic Saxonian violin making traditions still being faithfully upheld by the master luthiers of the Vogtland town of Markneukirchen to this day. The Markneukirchen tradition of violin making is not only evident in the choice of finely to moderately grained spruce and beautifully flamed maple; it can also be seen in the elegant and musically sensitive artisanry of the flat table and the one-piece back, giving this violin both its visual appeal and its outstanding playing and acoustic properties. As a premiere of the new line of master violins from our workshop, this violin has a voice which is radiant, resonant, substantial, carrying and bright suitable for professionals with small budget and high expectations ― setting a standard which every subsequent CV Selectio master instrument will have to fulfil, a standard that has to meet the high demands of good musicians. This contemporary German master violin is our luthiers‘ personal statement, refined at our workshop for expert restoration - a promising debut in the CV Selectio line perfectly suitable for professionals with limited budget.
- Inventory no.
- Corilon violins
- large, radiant, full-bodied, precise
- Length of back
- 35.8 cm