3/4 Paul Beuscher Violin 1931

    3/4 Paul Beuscher Violin 1931

    $1,995.00

    French 3/4. Beautiful sound. There is an old, repaired hairline soundpost crack at the top.

    Paul Beuscher began as a luthier who opened the Paul Beuscher Music Shop in 1850 in Paris at 27-29 Boulevard Beaumarchais. The string instruments bearing the label Paul Beuscher came most likely from Mirecourt, the centre of French violin making. They were bought there and sold in Paul Beuscher Music Shop in Paris bearing Paul Beuscher’s name.

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    3/4 Paul Beuscher Violin 1931      

    French 3/4. Beautiful sound. There is an old, repaired hairline soundpost crack at the top.

    Paul Beuscher began as a luthier in Paris in 1850, making accordions and stringed instruments. He opened the Paul Beuscher Music Shop in 1850 in Paris at 27-29 Boulevard Beaumarchais. Interestingly, 173 years later, the music store is still at the same address today under the same name as its founder. The store sold many musical instruments, particularly the accordions (an important instrument in the musical scene of France). Paul Beuscher died in 1857, 7 years after opening his music shop. His name has been kept since then.

    The string instruments bearing the label Paul Beuscher came most likely from Mirecourt, the centre of French violin making. They were bought there and sold in Paul Beuscher Music Shop in Paris bearing Paul Beuscher’s name.

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