A Violin by Frédéric Noharet

Violin by Frédéric Noharet, Parma, 2019


This violin was crafted by the hands of a master maker. Frédéric's long experience as a violin maker is demonstrated by his precise hand skill. In our view, the full arching united with a quite long cut of the f-holes is this violin’s high point. More

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    "I am currently looking for an increment of power and projection of the sound without losing the richness of harmonics and warm full of the tone. With this in my mind, I chose for this violin to use a model I drew in 1990 because of its “masculine” character. I carved full arching united with a quite long cut of the f-holes. The construction technique generates a soft appearance while the varnish, although not antiqued, generates a “non-new” sensation." Frédéric Noharet

    Frédéric Noharet

    Frédéric graduated from Cremona international violin making school in the year 1982 under the guidance of Master Francesco Bissolotti. Learn more


    Back Length
    355 mm
    Upper Bout
    168 mm
    Center Bout
    115 mm
    Lower Bout
    208 mm
    String Length
    329 mm

    sound characteristics

    Dark, Sweet, and Round

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