A Violin by Luiz Amorim

Copy of Antonio Stradivari ‘Viotti’, 1709

Cremona, 2021

This violin is a precise copy crafted by a master maker. An accurately handcrafted violin, replicating every single detail of the original one. Follows the Italian traditional handcraftsmanship featuring Luiz’s passions of liberty and expressiveness in a work of art. From our perspective, the main feature of this instrument is the beautiful visual impact of the one-piece back. More

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    The wood chosen for this violin follows the characteristics of the original instrument. The top's spruce was carefully selected and comes from Val di Fiemme, the same source the Cremonese Masters used to get their wood.  The one-piece back maple with medium flames comes from the Balkans. The violin receives its name from its first known owner, violinist Giovanni Battista Viotti, who is said to have received it as a love token from Catherine the Great. Many consider the violin being second in quality and in preservation only to the celebrated "Messiah" Stradivarius. This instrument is painted with a bright reddish-brown varnish." Luiz Amorim

    Luiz Amorim

    With a sensitive eye to nature’s shapes and textures, Luiz dedicates his career in the search for a complete and powerful sound in his instruments, together with the investment in impeccable finishing and aesthetics, imitating the style of the old masters.Learn more


    Back Length
    358 mm
    Upper Bout
    168 mm
    Center Bout
    112 mm
    Lower Bout
    219 mm
    String Length
    328 mm

    sound characteristics

    Bright, direct, and sharp.

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