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Willibald Raab trained in Schönbach, but spent most of his working life in Mittenwald – this violin shows elements of both traditions, but fundamentally it’s just a great modern German violin. The work is very clean with soft rounded edges, the profile is broad and the arching quite flat. The wood is exceptional, in particular the rather smoky one-piece back.
Length of back 35.6cm, stop 130/195mm, total length 58.7cm
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