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Stern's Guaneri
Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesu, 1737, Isaac Stern, ex Panette, ex Balatre. Now in collection of David L. Fulton.[7]
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Uzi
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Renaoud Capucon playing the Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesu, 1737, Isaac Stern, ex Panette, ex Balatre. Now in collection of David L. Fulton.

A beautiful sounding instrument,

 

 

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He sure makes it look effortless doesn't he?

 

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Beautiful, I really enjoyed listening to that this morning. :)

Thanks for posting.

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Omigosh.. @Uzi

That is totally my kind of music.  So very very beautiful... I am spellbound.   

The violin is exquisite as well.  I can not thank you enough for sharing.  

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Agreed the instrument had a very clear clean tone wow! The musician has some talent to boot very good musician. Great clip

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Mark

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October 15, 2014 - 8:21 pm
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Great stuff. Music runs through his blood.

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