Over the last couple of years, I’ve traded quite a few “entry level” or “beginner” violins. One thing I’ve noticed, quite logically, is that price
A while back, much to my astonishment, I pulled a small collection of rattlesnake rattles from the F-holes of an old fiddle I was restoring.
A very interesting old video featuring Croat violin maker Ivan Hus (1898-1992):
When it comes to lovers of all things prairie, it would be very hard to best Aaron Spence of Outlook, Sask. Aaron started out in
Congratulations on what must have been a monumental undertaking, but surely a labour of love! https://thestarphoenix.com/news/local-news/local-historian-creates-saskatoon-encyclopedia-with-starphoenix-archives?fbclid=IwAR3XW9K53wk5azXK1OYdZPc5yA8-rKe2-PiHOd1WDFK6qtQRwC5LWmSwDfI
Update: Every once-in-a-while, a violin finds its way to the home for which it was meant to be. This instrument was purchased by Paulette McCullough