|Violas||Contact us: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +44 (0)116 2899798
Available in 12", 13", 14", and 15" sizes and fully set up in our own workshops.
Please contact us for details.
Student Viola Outfits
from £165 inc. VAT.
We also RENT violas for £30 per quarter (3 months)
|Viola teachers in the Leicester and
Hoppari - Leicester 07983 571634 email@example.com
Rachel Jones BMus PGCE 07871404235 Sileby, Leicester firstname.lastname@example.org
present. Awaiting new stocks.
new Angelucci range of
violas is temporarily out of stock, but features a choice of 15 1/2 or
16" length of back depending on your preferred size. Made from
selected, figured tone wood, we believe that this is the best quality
for price available any where. You choose the instrument, plus a bow
from our student range AND a case with rosin included. Individually set
up by Tim in our own workshops, this instrument is fitted with a
"Despiau" French bridge and Dominant Strings
Angelucci Viola Outfit £825 inc. VAT
|Picture not available at present. .||Stentor I VIOLAS
12" TO 16"
Price from £145 fro the outfit. Some second hand from £90
Jaroslav Krehbiel 15.5" viola is a good orchestral instrument and
suitable for Grade VIII. Individually antiqued finish and of course
fitted to Tim's usual high standard including Aubert bridge and
D'Addario Helicore stings. We have a range of cases and bows to suit
demanding player available at extra cost if desired.
Krehbiel viola £1,500 inc. VAT
craftsmanship is embodied in our Mathias Ivrogne range
of violas. Individually made to Tim's exacting specifications each
instrument is unique, and of course fitted to Tim's usual high standard
including Despiau bridge and Dominant stings. These instruments are
really special. Only
available in 16" model at present. Suitable for Grade VIII and above.
We have a range of cases and bows to suit the most demanding player
available at extra cost if desired.
Ivrogne Viola £1,750 inc. VAT
|Many Leicestershire players and teachers will remember Tim from when he worked for David Snelling Violins, both in South Wigston in the 1970s and then in Kibworth in the 1980s.|