Paul Knorr Violin, Markneukirchen, 1938
This violin possesses a dark and rich tonal color that has become synonymous with German making from that time period. While this violin is ideally suited for ensemble playing, the projection and presence in the tone also enable it to fill virtually any role necessary for your musical needs.
Back Length: 352mm
Upper Bout: 164mm
Center Bout: 112mm
Lower Bout: 205mm
The back is of one piece of maple cut on the quarter of narrow width flame descending from left to right. The ribs and scroll are of similar maple. The top is of two pieces of spruce cut on the quarter of narrow width grain widening at the flanks. The varnish is orange-brown over a golden ground.
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Paul Knorr, born in 1882, studied violinmaking with Dolling. Working in Berlin and Breslau, he established himself in the Markneukirchen workshop of F & R Enders in 1918. Starting in 1921, Knorr became and independent maker. Attaining mastery of his craft, Knorr was highly respected for wood and material selection. He was also adept at following the patterns, approach, and varnishing techniques of the Cremonese masters.