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This book contains a collection of classic essays on the subject of the German violin, looking at its history and development with reference to notable makers and players. Germany produced many great violinists and designers, each dealt with in detail within these fascinating articles. ¿A History of Violins in Germany¿ will appeal to those with an interest in the history of the violin and collectors of vintage violin literature. Contents include: ¿Chats on Violins, by Olga Rochester¿, ¿Old Violins and Violin Lore, by H. R. Haweis¿, ¿The Violin ¿ Some Accounts of that Leading Instrument, and…mehr

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This book contains a collection of classic essays on the subject of the German violin, looking at its history and development with reference to notable makers and players. Germany produced many great violinists and designers, each dealt with in detail within these fascinating articles. ¿A History of Violins in Germany¿ will appeal to those with an interest in the history of the violin and collectors of vintage violin literature. Contents include: ¿Chats on Violins, by Olga Rochester¿, ¿Old Violins and Violin Lore, by H. R. Haweis¿, ¿The Violin ¿ Some Accounts of that Leading Instrument, and its Most Eminent Professors, by George Dubourg¿, and ¿Violins and Violinists, by Franz Fargä. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new introduction on the history of the violin.