In Focus: A 1894 violin by Gaetano Antoniazzi

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Sean Bishop looks at a violin by one of modern Italian lutherie’s pioneers

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Gaetano Antoniazzi is regarded as the final link between classical Italian making of the Cremonese school and the start of the modern violin dynasty of the Bisiach–Antoniazzi school of Milan at the turn of the 20th century…

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