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The Story of Stradivarius Violins

Introducing the Lang


Stradivari produced his greatest masterpieces while he was in his 60s and 70s, around the year 1710. Some representative examples can be found in the permanent exhibitions of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., which has the "Betts" violin, and the Bodleian Library in Oxford, which has the "Messiah." The "Lang," which is owned by Rengo, is also from this period. The word Lang means "long."

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The Story of Stradivarius Violins 1
Did "Superman Stradivari" Live to 97 ?
The Story of Stradivarius Violins 2
The Golden Age of Violin Production
The Story of Stradivarius Violins 3
One Thousand Instruments Over a Lifetime
The Story of Stradivarius Violins 4
The Secret to the Perfect Instrument
The Story of Stradivarius Violins 5
Introducing the Lang