North Tyrolean School violin, c.1750

North Tyrolean School violin, c.1750

This Tyrolean school instrument produces a sweet, gentle, warm sound.

Please contact us for more details, quoting number CVN688.

Description

This typical example of the Tyrolean school is spuriously labelled “Matthias Albanus”. The slightly squarish, full bodied arching produces a sweet, gentle, warm sound which is ideally suited to orchestra or chamber playing.

It’s evenly balanced across the strings with a beautiful tone. Our reviewer stated that it was “an instrument that is a joy to play”.

Please contact us for more details, quoting number CVN688.