I recently looked in on a Stradivari Society recital, which I'm planning to write about. It made me start thinking about the question: which of today's finest string players own their own fine instruments? Here's who came to mind: Joshua Bell, James Ehnes (I think), Elizabeth Pitcairn. When it comes to the very valuable old Italians, who else owns, rather than borrows?
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