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Violin

Alberto GUERRA

Modena / Italy
1957
Contemporary Italian

Alberto GUERRA

Modena / Italy
1957
Contemporary Italian

Size:
4/4
Price:
¥4,400,000

Price includes consumption tax in Japan (10%)

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Certificate:
PRIMAVERA / Dmitry Gindin
Features:

“A Quintessential Italian Violin” nurtured in Modena, a City with its Commitment to Aesthetics
Trained under the Bolognese school violin maker Gaetano Pollastri, Alberto Guerra (1908 -1968) flourished in Modena in Emilia-Romagna region, which is famed for its production of Ferrari and Balsamic vinegar and its commitment to quality. By the the late 20th Century, while the works produced in Milan and Cremona were becoming more polished, Guerra kept his dedication for aesthetically authentic productions.
This violin, which was made in 1957, has a slightly dark painted wood which brings out the deep red varnish, faithfully follows Pollastri’s Bolognese tradition and exudes an understated quality. Its performance in terms of projection and the tone quality is next to none even compared with works of other Bolognese masters.
This violin, an embodiment of the great Italian violin making tradition, is highly recommended for any player who has a passion for quality. 

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Body Length:
356mm
Upper Bouts:
166mm
Middle Bouts:
113mm
Lower Bouts:
206mm