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I was digging through my music (now that my kids are studying) and came across a photocopy of a newspaper clipping that my teacher gave to me thirty years ago (oh, how time flies). He knew the maker personally and was thrilled that I got one of his violas. I have not found much of anything online about this maker and I feel compelled make sure he isn't forgotten. Additionally, I would love any suggestions, comments or thoughts on further research. 00040533.pdf
Passing info along from a fellow violist, Melissa Dunphy, in Philly. If not posted in the right place, please let me know and I will try to fix. "My friend Nancy, a community member of the Penn orchestra, had her house broken into and along with three laptops HER VIOLA WAS STOLEN. I am utterly incensed on her behalf. I'm waiting on a better picture from her so I can post it on every social network I know, because surely if the internet can do anything, it can get this woman's viola back. In the meantime, here are some details from Nancy: A viola of French origin, possibly made by Cesa