Heritage Stradivari Violin
‘The Cessol’ by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona 1716.
A Modern Interpretation
Made during Stradivari’s “Golden Period”, this violin is one of the Great Master’s finest instruments. Described by the Hills as “a superb example in every aspect, and quite of the character we should expect.” Technical description of the violin and full size images below.
The Heritage Stradivari violin is an interpretation of Stradivari’s ‘The Cessol,’ 1716. It is an outstanding violin, ideal for the serious student who is looking for a fine instrument for their diploma study and performance work. Beautiful violin ideal for the advanced student and equally popular with professionals as a second instrument. The Heritage Stradivari violin has a clear sound, true, and beautiful singing tone. It’s highly responsive, really a pleasure to play.
Hear the instrument being played in the videos below.
Danny Boy on a Heritage Stradivari Violin:
Sarah’s Song on a Heritage Stradivari Violin:
Mozart Violin Concerto in G 1st Movt (excerpts) on Heritage Stradivari Violin:
Heritage Stradivari Violin technical description:
|Body||Maple & spruce|
|Pegs||Swiss Paris Eye|
|Tailpiece||Rose Paris Eye|