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The Story of Stradivarius Violins
World-Renowned Stradivarius Violins Provide Incomparable Tone
As one element of its support for the community, Rengo owns a world-renowned Stradivarius violin (manufactured in 1714) and lends it to the Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa for performances so that as many people as possible can enjoy its incomparable tone. Rengo also provides support to the ensemble through a variety of other means. These Web pages are Rengo's expression of dedication to the world of music and we hope that they will serve as forum for your music enjoyment.

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
Antonio Stradivari of Cremona,1714
Antonio Stradivari of Cremona,
1714 "Lang"