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Turning a violin from a humble block of wood into the perfectly balanced instrument we are all so familiar with takes a superb craftsman. Sit back and admire their exquisite work.
The different woods are chosen for what will eventually become a violin. Violin maker Antoni Ruschil, from London tells us: "The tonewood I choose for each instrument has to be of the very highest quality... There are many important factors to consider in the process including the age of the wood, cut, grain line, density, moisture content, reflection, resonance, speed of sound as well as the natural beauty of the piece." Picture: Antoni Ruschil
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