Violin by Sebastian Kloz

Mittenwald, 1733

Catalog 25. Violin – Sebastian Kloz, Mittenwald, 1733


Mittenwald , together with Füssen, those two small cities in South Bavaria near the Alps, became the centers of violin making in Germany, a position held by these two cities until the present. The leading family in Mittenwald was named Kloz, which brought forth outstanding makers. The collection has one violin each from Sebastian, Aegidius I and Aegidius II.


This violin is frequently used in performance by Orpheon.

Jan Krijkovsky in a concert at the Castle of Kremsegg, June, 2008.


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