Carlo Bisiach’s workshop - From the archive: July 1933

Carlo Bisiach photo 1928

A visit to Carlo Bisiach’s workshop provides one reader with an insight into his violin making process, including his methods of seasoning wood

To the Editor of THE STRAD.

DEAR SIR,– Whilst in Florence recently, I paid an interesting visit to the eminent violin maker, Carlo Bisiach, and from this letter your readers would doubtless like to hear something about his violins and some of his methods. Carlo Bisiach is a son of the well-known Leandro Bisiach, from whom he learnt the art, and whose assistant and collaborator he was for some years in Milan…

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