‘De Munck’ Stradivari cello 1730 poster

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This well-presented cello played by Emanuel Feuermann and Steven Isserlis is striking for the originality that created a new cello form. It is currently on loan to Danjulo Ishizaka. Includes full measurements.

‘The marvellous “de Munck” is striking in the originality of its slender form. The dominant feature is the large centre bouts, which curve in as deeply as those of the larger B form and are in fact slightly longer’ – John Dilworth in the June 2000 issue of The Strad

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 84 x 68 cm
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