Monthly Archives: June 2011

‘Lady Blunt’ sells for £9.8m

The 1721 ‘Lady Blunt’, one of the best-preserved Stradivari violins in existence, was sold yesterday in a Tarisio online auction for £9.8m ($15.9m). The figure, which includes the buyer’s premium (the hammer price was £8,750,000), is over four times the … Continue reading

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Do you have pain when playing your instrument?

Many professional musicians develop shoulder problems, tight muscles in back, arms and neck, as a result of a poor setup; as well as any kind of intonation issues and buzzes, noises etc can be set-up related. I have been specially … Continue reading

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