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Classical Music World Worries Over Clampdown On Trade In Rosewood

"New regulations on the international movement of rosewood have hit hard in parts of the music industry, which has long relied on rosewood as a 'tonewood' used in many kinds of instruments, including guitars, cellos and clarinets. The reason for the [customs] crackdown, and for Katz's anxiety? China. Specifically, Chinese consumers' growing demand for rosewood […]
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