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  • Scott Cao 1714 Soil

    The Soil is strikingly handsome and this 1714 Stradivari has had more experience on the concert ...

    The Soil is strikingly handsome and this 1714 Stradivari has had more experience on the concert platform that almost any other violin. Played by Itzhak Perlman, the Soil is widely considered to be the best sounding Stradivari ever created. Other owners of this iconic instrument are French luthier and collector Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume and Yehudi Menuhin. The beauty of the violin is found in its extravagant maple wood figure which is illuminated and partly covered by Stradivari's greatest varn...

    $1,125.00 $7,200.00 (5 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1743 Cannon

    About the Scott Cao 1743 Cannon   The 1743 Guarneri violin is known as "Il Cannone" or "the Canno...

    About the Scott Cao 1743 Cannon   The 1743 Guarneri violin is known as "Il Cannone" or "the Cannon" due to the power and full quality of its tone. This instrument was the favorite of Nicolo Paganini and was made by the renowned Cremona violin maker Guarneri - also known as del Gesu. The violin has distinct features such as a slightly shorter and thicker sound box and an markedly curved neck that set it apart from other violins. The tone of the Cannon is distinctly bright, yet very full, and i...

    $1,125.00 $7,200.00 (5 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1737 King Joseph

    About the Scott Cao 1737 King Joseph   The "King Joseph" Guarnerius del Gesu is one of the stars...

    About the Scott Cao 1737 King Joseph   The "King Joseph" Guarnerius del Gesu is one of the stars of the Fulton collection - a 1737 instrument so famous that it is the subject of a monograph by Chicago violin experts Bein & Fushi. This instrument was reported to be the first Guarnerius del Gesu to come to America. This amazing violin is considered one of the nine finest Guarneris in existence. The 1737 King Joseph is unusual as it has a one-piece back made of slab cut wood. It is similar ...

    $1,215.00 $4,140.00 (4 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1740 Ex-David

    About the Scott Cao 1740 Ex-David Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-...

    About the Scott Cao 1740 Ex-David Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-380-5979 customerservice@violinpros.com The mystery continues concerning how the Guarneri and Stradivari families managed to build instruments that, nearly three centuries later, are the preferred brands of the world's top violinists. "There are many theories about it, but nobody knows exactly," Barantschik said of the Guarnerius secret. The type of wood is an obvious possibility, but no one is ce...

    $1,125.00 $4,140.00 (4 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1733 Kreisler

    About the Scott Cao 1733 Kreisler   We feel very strongly that no specimen can exemplify del Gesu...

    About the Scott Cao 1733 Kreisler   We feel very strongly that no specimen can exemplify del Gesu in his mature youth more strikingly than the 1733 Kreisler. It stands at the threshold of the master's redemption from the past, with the f-holes still revealing his indebtedness to Stradivari while the model and form of the instrument are all his own.  Reproductions of the 1733 Kreisler are available in the STV 750, 850, 950 and 1500 models by Scott Cao. All models of Scott Cao Violins are prof...

    $1,125.00 $4,140.00 (4 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1740 Ysaye

    About the Scott Cao 1740 Ysaye   At the start of his career, Ysaye managed to acquire an excellen...

    About the Scott Cao 1740 Ysaye   At the start of his career, Ysaye managed to acquire an excellent violin by J. B. Guadagnini (1711-1786). One day a lady came to see him with a request for lessons and he was immediately struck by the beauty of her violin. He asked the lady if she would lend him the instrument to take on his American tour. Ysaye guaranteed to insure it against all accidents, but this was only part of the transaction. On his return, he agreed to keep the Guarnerius and exchange...

    $1,215.00 $4,140.00 (4 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1713 Gibson

    About the Scott Cao 1713 Gibson Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-38...

    About the Scott Cao 1713 Gibson Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-380-5979 customerservice@violinpros.com Stolen on February 28th, 1936 at Huberman's recital at Carnegie Hall, this 1713 Strad was missing for more than 50 years before being recovered. Currently, the violin is owned and played by Joshua Bell. The 1713 Gibson violin has a fine red varnish which covers it in a pure state as applied by the maker. Reproductions of the 1713 Gibson are available in the ST...

    $1,125.00 $4,140.00 (4 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1714 Vieuxtemps

    Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-380-5979 customerservice@violinpro...

    Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-380-5979 customerservice@violinpros.com Vieuxtemps played on this violin for over 15 years, and in his letter of 1878, he refers to it as his old friend and inseparable companion. Vieuxtemps also mentions that the violin helped him compose his D minor concerto (no.4, op.31) which was published around 1850. It is highly likely that he would have given the premiere of his 4th and 5th concertos, which date from 1850 and 1861 on this ...

    $1,125.00 $7,200.00 (5 variants)

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