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The occult past life of my old violin

Our diarist Anthea Kreston has been mingling with the Mystic Megs.   I have the amazingly good fortune to have been loaned a gorgeous Italian violin – a 1710 Testore. The four instruments in our quartet sing together – each a legendary work of art – and they sound together as one – the dark, […]
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