A Violin by Hiller & Son

Violin by Bernd Hiller & Son, Regensburg, 2022

This special and singular violin after a Montagnana model was crafted by mastermakers. The always reaserching approach of Hiller's express itself in this violin by the unusual model and great result. The fine selection of the wood is not less impressive, and it is one of this instrument's highpoint More

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    Very fine crafted and highly suceeded, this great instrument was made as part of the attempt to keep diversity within the tradition. Still working from the Italian legacy of fine violins, the makers found their inspiration back in the 1700s Venetian School, making the violin after the work of a maker who is more often mentioned due to his outsanding cellos. Considerably more rare, Domenico Montagna's violins are equally rich and personal. This instrument was crafted with care since the selection of the woods, notable in the deeply and wide flamed maple used for the back.

    Hiller & Son

    Father and son united by the passion of violin-making and working together to create true masterpieces. It all started with Bernd, who obtained his master in craftsman's diploma in 1986 under the guidance of violin maker Bernhard Wölz. Daniel followed the steps of his father and they now work together in their workshop in Germany. They make each instrument to be easy to play, rich in overtones, and comfortable in the hand and neck. Learn more


    Back Length
    357 mm
    Upper Bout
    167 mm
    Center Bout
    109 mm
    Lower Bout
    208 mm
    String Length
    327 mm

    sound characteristics

    Dark, sweet and round

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