Density research dents notion of special Cremonese violin wood

New research into violin wood density suggests that it is unlikely that classical Cremonese makers had access to wood with significantly different material properties than that available to contemporaneous or modern makers. In a study published online in the peer-reviewed, open access journal ...

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