Antonio Stradivari ‘Willemotte’ violin 1734

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Poster includes measurements, thickness maps and life-size CT scans.

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A masterpiece of Antonio Stradivari’s late period, the ‘Willemotte’ has a muscular ruggedness and strong character: massive, with generous edges, full arching and broad f-holes. It is now the principal performing instrument of violinist Leonidas Kavakos. Includes measurements, thickness maps and life-size CT scans.

‘The sound of the “Willemotte” leaves one grasping for the right adjectives: complex, deep, pungent, something you almost taste as much as hear’ – Sam Zygmuntowicz in the December 2020 edition of The Strad.

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Weight 0.150 kg
Dimensions 84 x 68 cm
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