The process has become a bit of a covid logistical nightmare. Eight violins from three different sources and an 80 year old teacher that is reluctant to venture out or have anyone venture in.
I don't blame him!
It's been fun and interesting to learn about the instruments that range from 200+ years old to brand new. I'm seeking information regarding one of the new.
Has anyone played, owns or had any other association with Francesco Pierotti violins? I'm told he and his instruments are relative newcomers.
Thank you in advance!
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