violinmaker


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vi•o•lin•mak•er

(ˌvaɪ əˈlɪnˌmeɪ kər)

n.
a person who designs and constructs violins, esp. professionally.
[1675–85]
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A graduate of the Newark School of Violin Making in the United Kingdom, Reed-Yeboah started making violins in her native Nebraska under violinmaker David Wiebe.
1737: Antonio Stradivari, violinmaker, died in his nineties at Cremona, Italy.
Other people could not hear it, but t took him to the violinmaker, who tweaked something inside.
Jerome spent four weeks observing life in Quebec and eventually decided tomake his film about a violinmaker called Simon Bruneau because, to him, his work summed up the city'smusical nature.
Otakar Sevcik told Frantisek Spidlen about a competition announced by the conservatory in Moscow to fill the position left by the deceased French violinmaker Ernest Andre Salzard.
A: Well, I guess the definition of the word artisan is a craftsman who does things with his hands: a sculptor or a painter or a violinmaker.
Pizzicato: The Abduction of the Magic Violin," by celebrated German author Rusalka Reh, is an exciting whodunit that follows an orphan after he befriends an eccentric violinmaker.
6 million Antonio Stradivari violin which disappeared from the workshop of a New York violinmaker.
Lamb's Toy Shop will allow visitors to see traditional toys and dedicated craftsmen will be at work in the newly established Manship & Galvin Violinmakers.
The concept James Ehnes has come up with here is to render homage to the great violinmakers of Cremona and Brescia, Italy: Antonio Stradivari, Giuseppe Guarneri, Hieronymus Amati, and many others.