violin maker


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Noun1.violin maker - someone who makes violinsviolin maker - someone who makes violins    
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
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16, 2016, "Stradivarius: Origins and Legacy of the Greatest Violin Maker" introduces the story of how early violin makers from the modest Italian city of Cremona shaped global music from the 16th century onward.
Foucher worked as an apprentice with a violin maker in Nelson and the experience inspired his business.
Most homes were built by their owners who include stone builders, crofters, a fisherman, violin maker and even a tarot card reader.
A VIOLIN maker thinks he has located a PS50million stash of Nazi gold and diamonds after cracking a code hidden in a sheet of wartime music.
He discovered that a violin maker had bought the parts at auction but that they had been made by an earlier maker, Richard Howard, who was conscripted before putting the instrument together.
1909: Mary Pickford made her screen debut at the age of 16, in The Violin Maker Of Cremona.
Fritz and a team including a modern violin maker, Joseph Curtin, began their new-versus-old research in 2010, asking 21 players at an international competition in Indiana to put on goggles that obscured their vision, and try three new violins and three old.
Finally, the Liverpool String Quartet is the resident string quartet at The Bluecoat, thanks to the support of the violin maker Michael Phoenix.
The violin, made by world-renowned violin maker Guarneri del Gesu in 1737, is owned by the BSI Bank, which organised the event and regularly hosts an array of cultural programmes around the world.
An array of historically accurate costumes, ranging from a policeman to an ironmonger, tearoom maid to violin maker, and Victorian ladies to quintessentially English gentlemen, were modelled for the day at the museum and grounds in a joint project to increase the pro-files of both the college and the museum.
1909: Mary Pickford made her screen debut at the age of 16 in The Violin Maker Of Cremona.
By chance I met a violin maker who asked Kremer if he knew where I could find a violin, and he offered me his Stradivarius.