August 2021

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We chat to rising star Esther Yoo and examine female violinists in Georgian England. Lewis Kaplan completes his tour of Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas and we trace the history of the Herrmann bow makers. Plus a viola Masterclass from Antoine Tamestit and Viktoria Mullova’s Sentimental Work


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  • ESTHER YOO  – The American violinist has maintained her positive outlook on life throughout the past year. She talks to Amanda Holloway about trios, touring and Tchaikovsky
  • NECK SETTING – The join between an instrument’s neck and body is a vital part of its anatomy. Joseph Curtin shows how the neckset has been modified over the past 300 years
  • BACH’S SOLO VIOLIN PARTITAS  – Juilliard professor Lewis Kaplan completes his two-part look at the complete Solo Sonatas and Partitas by examining the composer’s use of dance forms
  • HERRMANN BOW MAKING DYNASTY – Closely linked to the Knopfs, the family enjoyed particular success in the 19th century. Gennady Filimonov traces their history through letters and documents
  • SESSION REPORT – Violinist Karen Gomyo tells Rita Fernandes how her new recording of The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires and other works by Astor Piazzolla came into being
  • FEMALE VIOLINISTS IN 18TH-CENTURY ENGLAND – An unnamed portrait at a 2016 auction led Kevin MacDonald on a journey into Georgian society, and the few women who sustained careers as string players
  • RECORDING ARCHING PROFILES – How can luthiers without access to CT-scanning devices make accurate arching templates? Charline Dequincey details her method involving a dental compound
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