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Posted: 19 Nov 2019

18th century French viola with Saxon influences (possibly Frebrunet)

18th century French viola with Saxon influences (possibly Frebrunet), pic 1
18th century French viola with Saxon influences (possibly Frebrunet), pic 2
18th century French viola with Saxon influences (possibly Frebrunet), pic 3
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Price: 29.500€

Antique French viola, with Saxon (German) influences, made around 1765. We have a dendrochronology study by Peter Rattclif confirming its age and origin. According to Christophe Destannes, it’s from the Mirecourt or Nord-East French region and Frebrunet could be a probable author.
Its body is 40,9 cm long, it's easy to play and has a beautiful contralto sound.
The viola can be tried in the Tarragona province or in Barcelona.
Certification: Dendrochronology study by Peter Rattclif
Seller:
Ronald de Roeck






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