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ViolaDaniel Foster, Blacksburg 2003
ViolaStefano Mamino, Cremona 1988, 16.5″

Made by a talented contemporary Italian maker, Stefano Mamino. Mamino learned his craft under the guidance of Vanna Zambelli and later, worked under G. Morassi. This viola has fine tonal…

ViolaGiovanni Battista Virzi workshop, New York 1938
ViolaAmedée Diéudonné, Mirecourt 1956 (16⅛”)

Fine craftsmanship and beautiful tonal qualities combine in this classic French viola. This is one of prolific luthier Amedée Diéudonné’s last works.

ViolaStefano Trabucchi, Cremona 2000, 40 cm.

This beautifully made instrument possesses an even and responsive tone.

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ViolaSibylle Ruppert, Paisley 2021 (16 1/16″/ 40.8 cm.)

This instrument is part of the groundbreaking exhibition entitled “Celebrating Women Luthiers: An International Exhibition,” and will be available for trial and purchase for a limited time. For more information…

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ViolaAnna Sandys, Portland 2019 (16 1/8″/ 41 cm.)

This instrument is part of the groundbreaking exhibition entitled “Celebrating Women Luthiers: An International Exhibition,” and will be available for trial and purchase for a limited time. For more information…

ViolaChristian Pabst, Cremona 2001, 16¼”

The tone of this viola is both clear and well focused. Includes the maker’s certificate.

ViolaFabrizio Ragazzi, Sanremo 2006 (15.75″)

From the hands of a maker who also happens to be a professional musician, its tone is both sonorous and clear.

ViolaFrench Viola, Mirecourt c. 1880 (15⅞”)

A classic French workshop instrument of high quality made in the late 19th century. Well maintained and beautifully made, this viola possesses a clear, broad tone.

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ViolaRobert W. McCluskie, Potomac 2013 #384 16½”/41.8 cm
ViolaErnesto Vaia, Cremona 1982, 16″
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