Featured Instrument: Maggini Copy Violin!

This Maggini copy violin has a dark, bold sound that rings freely. Great for anything from solo Bach to Bluegrass, this violin is versatile in its range of tonal colors.





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Come into the shop, Tuesday to Thursday 12-6pm, Friday 12-5pm and Sat 11-2pm, to try out this violin!

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Der Erlkönig in the Ruins of a German Castle!

Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst’s transcription of Franz Schubert’s Der Erlkönig, based on a poem by Goethe, is considered to be one of the most difficult violin pieces ever written. The story describes the death of a child attacked by the Erlking, a supernatural creature. 

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Featured Instrument: Roth 17″ Viola!

The name Ernst Heinrich Roth has long been synonymous with quality. This viola is as striking in tone as it is in https://www.rifleman.org.uk/dev/wordpress/?p=356 appearance. Made in Bubenreuth-Erlangen, Germany in 1969 by Ernst Heinrich Roth, this 17″ viola has a clear, bold sound that lends itself well to performing.



The viola is a Stradivari 1720 copy, and has an incredibly open, sonorous quality. The red-brown varnish of this viola is very clean and evenly applied.


Come into the shop, Tuesday to Thursday 12-6pm, Friday 12-5pm and Sat 11-2pm, to try out this instrument for yourself!


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