CS9/ 72D Handmade Violin ‘Henry Holst’ copy, by Anthony Perry, Circa 2005. Check out the sound sample!
Handmade violin by Anthony Perry . ‘Copy of Stradivari ‘Henry Holst’ circa 1742′. Evah Pirazzy strings with Gold E. Back length of 358mm. Labelled ‘Anthony Perry Maker Walverhampton 2005’
Well-made violin. ‘Copy of Stradivari’s’ Henry Holst circa 1742′ violin. Two-piece maple back with wide grain and tight flame. Spruce front with fine grain and bear claw. Rosewood pegs, Ebony chinrest. tailpiece and endpin. Golden/ red varnish. With the stop length of 33 cm.
English maker, Anthony Perry. has made over 80 violins and violas in a career spanning more than 40 years. He specialises in making full-size, but slightly smaller-proportioned, instruments (in terms of body and/or stop length), making them easier to play but losing none of the tonal quality of larger full-size instruments. The sound quality and responsiveness of his instruments is well-received by the professional players who work at Moseley Violins.