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    Chinrest finishing

    Hello, All, Thanks so much for your thoughtful replies. You have brought many excellent ideas and I will enjoy trying them out. Thanks again, and your contributions are deeply appreciated.
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    Chinrest finishing

    I'm needing some help from the Maestronet gurus. I am making chinrests and need help with finishing them. They are walnut, as it is easily available and inexpensive, looks somewhat like rosewood, and is dense enough to not really dampen the sound, and am finishing them with beeswax and turpentine. For some people, though, the beeswax wears off quickly. I just found a superglue solution on another thread on here. Any suggestions at all would be most helpful and deeply appreciated. Thank you so much.
  3. There are several compilations of Piazzolla sheet music available for violin. I was wondering if anyone had recommendations for a good collection of them, suitable for professional recital performance.
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    Max Moller Information

    I've recently seen a violin by Max Moller. I had not heard of him previously. It's a gorgeous violin in both construction and sound. I've found that there were several makers in the family, but not much more information. Where has he been all my life, is he as highly esteemed as this violin would suggest, and how much would a shop price be?