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Strad

Stradivarius violin
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  • Not as goot as either a Cremona or a strad, but by all means goot enough to serve your purpose.

    Dorothy's Triumph Evelyn Raymond
  • "The strad," various articles and paragraphs in the series of this journal.

    Nicolo Paganini: His Life and Work Stephen Samuel Stratton
  • At the concert I played the strad and secured a big tone that filled the hall, as every one assured me.

    Violin Mastery Frederick H. Martens
  • One instance of a strad, once my own property, comes to my mind.

    Antonio Stradivari Horace William Petherick
  • After he had finished he placed his "strad" in its case as usual, which he closed, without locking it.

    The Violin George Hart
  • Speaking of strad violins Furber said: “Rough, rough linings, but they look as if they grew together.”

  • Fifty thousand dollars has been asked for an unusually choice "strad."

    A Handbook of Health Woods Hutchinson
  • About fifteen years ago there lived in the village of strad a peasant of the name of Anton Tangl, who is now dead.

  • Caressa, the best violin maker in Paris, made me an exact copy of my own strad, exact in every little detail.

    Violin Mastery Frederick H. Martens
  • "I usually play a 'strad,' but very often turn to my beautiful 'Guillami,'" said Mr. Brown when asked about his violins.

    Violin Mastery Frederick H. Martens

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