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Karl Joseph Schneider® Master Art Violin - 4/4 size

Item# KJS3044

$2,250.00

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The beloved Karl Joseph Schneider® Master Art violin had been one of the most teacher-recommended violins we ever offered. And no wonder: superb tone and balance, careful German craftsmanship and a wonderful "Old German" antique varnish, all add up to a winner. Our careful shop setup and play testing assures that your new Schneider® violin will perform at its best as soon as it arrives in your home.

In a world of mass-produced merchandise that lacks "that certain something", isn't it comforting to know that there are still skilled craftsmen making violins using time-tested methods that were handed down to them by past generations? Our German-made Karl Joeseph Schneider® violins are hand-made, often in the very homes of skilled "Geigenbaumeisters". All of our Schneider® violins are made to our specifications, carefully designed for students that are moving up to an instrument capable of bringing out a broad range of musical expression.

"The Schneider® Master Art has been very popular ever since we started carrying this violin. I personally like it for its very rich, warm sound. Though a warm violin, it still has a lot of power to project in a large hall. They also come in fractional sizes, making them perfect for an advancing student."
- Aaron Prior, Violist and Shar Violin Shop Sales Supervisor

Aubert Lutherie Vuillaume Model Violin - 4/4 size

Item# AL7044

$4,200.00

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The graceful curves and refined tone are but a few of the distinctive qualities of Aubert Lutherie violins. With a style uniquely French, and a sound in the acoustic principals of the great Cremonese makers, this model is inspired by the work of famed 19th-century Parisian maker J.B. Vuillaume, an early devotee of Stradivari and Guarneri.

Aubert Lutherie Alexandre LeFrancois Violin - 4/4 size

Item# AL10044

$6,200.00

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In the rich, centuries-old tradition of French violinmaking, the Aubert Lutherie continues to handcraft beautiful violins ideal for players of discriminating tonal and visual tastes. Well-seasoned tonewoods, stylish workmanship, and a soft, buttery varnish gives the Lefrancois violin a round, warm, full-bodied sound, well-balanced and quickly responsive.

Celia Bridges Violin, 1997, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Item# F2 S3555

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Hermann Macklett Violin, 1871, Chicago, IL, USA

Item# F2 S4246

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Herman Macklett (1834-1884). An upholsterer by trade and violin maker by avocation, he was the first to show an interest in making violins. He eventually abandoned his upholstery business and established a violin shop in Chicago. The Great Chicago Fire destroyed the shop, but he and his wife, Elizabeth (Kahlert) Macklett, rescued the most valuable violins by stuffing them into large grain sacks and carrying them across the Chicago river. Herman worked on his violins from the 1860s through the 1880s. During his lifetime he made about 150 violins, and they are a rare find.

Thomas Fawick Violin, 1961, Cleveland OH, USA

Item# F1 S1701

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Owned a factory line of instruments called Fawick Corp. It began in the 1940s and employed workers from Hellier in France, where the instruments were carved and prepared for assembly. The pieces were then assembled at Scherl & Roth.

Ashot Vartanian Violin, 2003, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Item# F2 S4558

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SHAR's master restoration and repair expert, Vartanian worked at the Bolshoi in Moscow and the Scuola Internazionale di Liuteria in Cremone in the late 1970s. His wealth of experience informs his choices for models, archings, graduations, and varnishes.

Ashot Vartanian Violin 7/8 Size Dated 2004

Item# F2 S4671

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SHAR's master restoration and repair expert, Vartanian worked at the Bolshoi in Moscow and the Scuola Internazionale di Liuteria in Cremone in the late 1970s. His wealth of experience informs his choices for models, archings, graduations, and varnishes.

Leon Bernardel Violin, 1901, Paris

Item# F2 S4667

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Leon Bernardel (maker: 1853-1931). Son and pupil of Ernest Auguste. Born in Paris. Worked with Derazey and Gand, then founded his own establishment in 1899. Arose after the retirement of Gustave Bernardel and was a maker and seller of Collin-Mezin type instruments.

Todd Goldenberg Violin, 1984, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Item# F2 S4677A

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A violin maker based in New England, Todd Goldenberg makes extraordinary violins, violas and cellos that are highly sought after for their beauty and exquisite tone. Using the finest materials, including European woods seasoned in his workshop and his personally formulated varnishes, Todd lavishes the highest level of carftsmanship and art on each instrument. Creating one instrument at a time, Goldenberg begins with the finest materials, including hand-selected, seasoned wood from Germany. Todd Goldenberg violins are in the hands of musicians at every level - from professional orchestra members to teachers and students - across New England and the rest of the country.

Meyers-Halvarson Workshop Violin, 1972, Michigan, USA

Item# F2 X691

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Michael Darnton Violin, 2000, Chicago, IL, USA

Item# F2 S4568A

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Began making in 1988 In the William Harris Lee Shop under Will Whedbee And Tetsuo Matsuda.

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