Emanuel Whitmarsh violin
Emanuel Whitmarsh established his London workshop in 1856, making a large number of violins in the following half century working after 1908, with his son Edwin. This vibrant-sounding example is typical of his work, with its broad modelling and its edges carved in the French style. The tone is striking and characterful, with plenty of clarity and strength. We believe it would suit an advancing student looking to acquire more boldness and projection in performance.