G. Wulme-Hudson violin, 1937, Nicolaus Gagliano 1743 copy, ENGLAND, Remenyi certificate - Metzler Violin Shop
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G. Wulme-Hudson violin, 1937, Nicolaus Gagliano 1743 copy, ENGLAND, Remenyi certificate

G. Wulme-Hudson violin, 1937, Nicolaus Gagliano 1743 copy, ENGLAND, Remenyi certificate

$35,000.00
Code: VN~W107-1

 

Warm, sweet, carrying, open

 

George Wulme-Hudson was born in 1862 in St Pancras, London and trained as a violinist at Guildhall School of Music. He is considered one of the most important early 20th century British luthiers and is referred to as “the second John Lott,” a fine copyist of old Italian master instruments. He was initially self-taught and later trained with luthier Thomas Jacques Holder. Wulme-Hudson was very prolific, crafting more than 800 instruments as both an independent maker as well as for Edward Withers’ prominent London shop.

 

This violin is a 1743 Gagliano model with golden, red-brown varnish. It has a two-piece back with beautiful, pronounced flame. This violin has a mature, sweet sound and a robust lower range. This would be a fantastic instrument for orchestral and chamber playing. This violin is in excellent condition.

Inside label reads: Nicolaus Gagliano Filius Alexandri fecit Neap. 1743,  Second label reads: W 2618

 

Length: 35.8 cm

Upper Bouts: 16.6 cm

Middle Bouts: 11.3 cm

Lower Bouts: 20.5 cm

 

Article number: VN~W107-1
Availability: In stock

 

Warm, sweet, carrying, open

 

George Wulme-Hudson was born in 1862 in St Pancras, London and trained as a violinist at Guildhall School of Music. He is considered one of the most important early 20th century British luthiers and is referred to as “the second John Lott,” a fine copyist of old Italian master instruments. He was initially self-taught and later trained with luthier Thomas Jacques Holder. Wulme-Hudson was very prolific, crafting more than 800 instruments as both an independent maker as well as for Edward Withers’ prominent London shop.

 

This violin is a 1743 Gagliano model with golden, red-brown varnish. It has a two-piece back with beautiful, pronounced flame. This violin has a mature, sweet sound and a robust lower range. This would be a fantastic instrument for orchestral and chamber playing. This violin is in excellent condition.

Inside label reads: Nicolaus Gagliano Filius Alexandri fecit Neap. 1743,  Second label reads: W 2618

 

Length: 35.8 cm

Upper Bouts: 16.6 cm

Middle Bouts: 11.3 cm

Lower Bouts: 20.5 cm

 

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