Customer Reviews


“This book sets new standards of quality. […] Thank you for making this knowledge available and best of success in spreading this book to the violin-making world.”
Jens Stenz, Violin maker (Denmark) – March 2015

“Completely overwhelmed by the beauty of the volume. The elegant layout and first class photography will make it a real reference book for this yet not enough studied school. I can only imagine what an effort was done for this research and please extend our congratulations to everyone involved.”
Andrea Zanrè, Scrollavezza & Zanrè (Italy) – March 2015

“El libro es una maravilla y la información incluida, tanto literaria como fotográfica llena un gran vacío en la literatura violinística. […] Reciban los merecidos elogios por una labor excepcionalmente bien realizada.”
Alfredo Halegua, The Violin Gallery, Washington (USA) – March 2015

“Many thanks for this beautiful book. I was like a little boy reading a new book.
My felicitations, this represented an enormous work but the result is there.”
Jan Strick, Violin maker (Belgium) – March 2015

“Congratulations on such an interesting publication that will help us all. Bravo!”
Florian Leonhard, Florian Leonhard Fine Violins, London (United Kingdom)- March 2015

“Your absolutely amazing book arrived today. It is truly magnificent and a testament to the work that you and your team of researchers have done. I am looking forward to many hours of reading!”
Sharon Prater, former cellist of the Colorado String Quartet (USA) – March 2015

“Wonderful book, congratulations to all of you, bravi!!!”
Roberto Regazzi, Fine Violins (Italy) – March 2015

“I am in receipt of your most lovely and informative book. Congratulations!”
Ric W. Heinl, Heinl & Co. Limited (Canada) – March 2015

“I am just overwhelmed with the beauty of this book. It is truly amazing. Congratulations to everybody involved.”
Christina Mahler, Tafelmusik (Canada)- March 2015

“Se trata de un libro extraordinario por su contenido y por la calidad de la fotografía…”
Humberto Orán, Musiespaña (España) – Mayo 2015


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