Antonio Stradivari: Lord of the strings - The Economist

Antonio Stradivari: Lord of the strings

Antonio Stradivari: Lord of the strings - The Economist
Antonio Stradivari: Lord of the strings
Published Sep 04, 2004
599 words — Published Sep 04, 2004
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EVEN a tone-deaf trucker knows that the most famous, the most expensive, the most desired violin in the world today is a Stradivarius. But why should these 300-year-old instruments be so sought after? And why have they never been eclipsed?...

  
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