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It is early autumn 2002.
You’re in Brussels at my violin making workshop in a mansard: large bench, a panel of tools on the wall above the bench, violin drawings…
Through the opened window you can see the red-tiled roofs of the city and large elm trees. The air is pleasantly cool and fresh. The day is sunny. Sounds of pigeons cooing and whisper of elms reaches the room.
You see myself besides the bench, then a lot younger, wearing a thick leather brown apron.
Ding-dong. The door-bell rings and a young gentleman, about the same age as myself, cleanly shaved, somewhat round body, with a nicely shaped oval head, short black hair cut and dark eyes enters the room.
“Hi Blai! So, how was your trip to Charles Beares of
“Dmitry, it was very interesting!” says Blai laughingly.
“How is that? What do you mean?”, I ask feeling
“He said, it isn’t Italian. It does not cost €30,000. In fact, Beares said, it does not have any value at all and he is even not going to look at it! Imagine!”
I was shocked! How would you feel? Even now I feel my palms get sweaty as I tell you this story.
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* You don't loose all your money
* The violin you are buying is what the seller says it is
* It will retain it's value
* It won't loose its sound
* It will make you an even better musician
It's a big decision and potentially you want to educate yourself, yes or no?
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