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The Manual of Violin Making Book

The Manual of Violin Making”The Manual of Violin Making: A Supplemental Textbook Of A  School Of Violin Making In The Modern Age

The Manual of Violin Making: A Supplemental Textbook Of A School Of Violin Making In The Modern Age

“Brian Derber’s comprehensive and meticulously detailed book will be an invaluable adjunct…as a supplement to hands-on instruction, this work is a unique and welcome addition to the small body of literature on violin making, and should be recommended for any serious student of the craft. Violin school instructors should embrace it as a valuable teaching tool. I wish I’d had this book 40 years ago, but I’m grateful to Brian Derber for writing it now, and I’ll be delighted to see it incorporated into violin making courses in the future!”
—Excerpt from forward by Tschu Ho Lee: Founder and Director Emeritus of The Chicago School of Violin Making

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Copyright © 2017 The Manual of Violin Making: A Supplemental Textbook Of A School Of Violin Making In The Modern Age, All rights reserved.

Orders: Book is $375, which includes all shipping and handling expenses within the United States. Note that all Wisconsin residents must add sales tax, which is 5-5.5% depending on location.  For international orders and all order-related questions, please contact Brian Derber at redlake@centurytel.net.

To order: We are currently improving our ordering process.  In PayPal, click on “paying for goods and services” and process your payment for redlake@centurytel.net. Please be sure to include your shipping address.  Please contact via email to make arrangements to pay by personal check, bank or postal money orders.  All checks must clear prior to shipping.

Specifications: Bound in cloth complete with slipcase, the book measures approximately 9×1.5×12 inches, weighs 8 lbs, and contains 432 pages with several hundred full color photographs. This edition is limited to 500 copies.

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