From the archive: a cello by Daniel Parker


This cello made by the 18th century English maker Daniel Parker appeared in the September 1930 issue of The Strad, accompanied by the following text (extract): No lions menaced our Daniel, his danger coming from humbler, duller creatures. Rarity of examples and the inflexibility of ...

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