North Tyrolean School violin, c.1750

North Tyrolean School violin, c.1750

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

This instrument has sold. 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”.

This instrument has sold.  CVN688.