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  1. Here is a summer project... wondering the origin. My guess is amateur American, Ca. 1930. The scroll is further than 6 o’clock, more like 7:30, or so. Ffs look like a first attempt. Though fully lined with corner blocks, the slight view of the c block looks not let in, nor mitred. The purfling also looks like an amateur, especially at the corners. It has some unidentified glue, a sound post patch, and well... let’s just say it was not expensive
  2. A student showed up for her lesson yesterday with six violins from various shops for us to try. NB- her current violin has a few Perfection Pegs which have started to fail. According to Perfection Pegs, they've never suffered a failure, but this is the second of my students' instruments that has started to slip after a few years. Rather than replace the pegs, we've decided to upgrade her whole situation. Among the violins was a curious looking fiddle from the 1950s by Harry Stoutenburgh, "Pupil of Sacconi". I found a cool little newspaper clip online that talks about how Stoutenbu
  3. Does anyone know what the earliest work for violin by an American composer was? I can't find a definitive answer.
  4. Well...we have talked about fancy violins...and how many aren't all that expensive (in context)... So what about this one? $20,000? Reasonable? http://www.ebay.ca/itm/1903-W-R-MCCORD-INLAID-VIOLIN-OREGON-MUSIC-HISTORY-/130562103894?hash=item1e661b9a56:g:rcUAAOSwLVZVqWkb
  5. I just wanted to share with everyone that there is a pre-publication subscription offer for ordering The American Violin Book before Friday, March 4th. If you order by then and use the discount code "DISC16" you get $50 off and your name will be printed in the book as a subscriber. Please follow this link for the website to look into the book and order: www.theamericanviolin.org -Thomas
  6. http://tarisio.com/auctions/auction/lot/?csid=2198077440&cpid=3279749120&filter_key=ad1a6b69bf83b1a4965df2a9a964db68 While perusing the latest Tarisio auction I found this interesting American violin lot 250. Unique purfling on the back, as well as interesting wood on the back. What do you think?
  7. Hello everyone. I have two violins by Butler, PA violin maker "Frank T. Cypher" and I am unable to locate any information on this maker. From a patent application I know that he was working in the 50's. That's all I got. Thanks!
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