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Origin of Stradivarius
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Example sentences from the Web for Stradivarius
At the hands of Stradivarius one piece of apple wood is fashioned into a violin.The Battle of Principles|Newell Dwight Hillis
He made a few Violins, large Stradivarius form, sound-holes straight and inelegant.The Violin|George Hart
Mr. Messing is now cured of his prejudice, and is no longer looking for a Stradivarius violin.
The reason I believe in Guarnerius players and Stradivarius players as distinct is this.Violin Mastery|Frederick H. Martens
This friend published in the newspapers that he had a Stradivarius to sell.
British Dictionary definitions for Stradivarius
Cultural definitions for Stradivarius
A kind of violin made by the Italian craftsman Antonio Stradivari in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Those that still survive are considered the finest violins in existence.