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A violin by Mathias Albani II

Bolzano, circa 1710

This violin is a very typical example of one of the most important South Tyrolean makers. The instrument is covered in rich red varnish and the hand of Albani’s sons is visible in the craftsmanship. Albani was an inspiration for makers in his region for generations to come. The sound of this violi... read more

A violin by Mathias Albani II

Bolzano, circa 1710

This violin is a very typical example of one of the most important South Tyrolean makers. The instrument is covered in rich red varnish and the hand of Albani’s sons is visible in the craftsmanship. Albani was an inspiration for makers in his region for generations to come. The sound of this violin is colourful and powerful yet very versatile.
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