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1. Building on tradition: the growing concentration of luthiers in Owen Soundhas earned it the nickname of "Cremona, Ontario" in reverence to the Italian town made famous by Antonio Stradivari and the Amati family of instrument makers / Eatock, Colin (Opus: Canada's Essential Classical Music Source; 27#4; Winter 2004; 16-17)
2. Choosing a bow: understaning weight, balance, and strengh / Treat, Roger (Fiddler Magazine; 16#2; Summer 2009; 34-35)
3. CIMJM: reach for the stars / CIMJM: ont-ils l'étoffe des grands? / Marceau, Guy (Scena musicale, La; 8#8; May 2003/mai 2003; 14-15/14, 16)
4. Cross-tuning workshop part forty-two: Aaae and Gaae / Stecher, Jody (Fiddler Magazine; 16#2; Summer 2009; 40-41,55)
5. How to distinguish Stradivarius violins from copies / Loen, Jeff (Fiddler Magazine; 8#1; Spring 2001; 27-28)
6. In time: a not-so-brief history of the swing to recorded bebop and progressive violin. Part III: symphony to Birdland: Harry Lookofsky, Dick Wetmore, Gene Orloff / Barnett, Anthony (Fiddler Magazine; 10#2; Summer 2003; 35-41)
7. In time: a not-so-brief history of the swing to recorded bebop and progressive violin (part 2) / Barnett, Anthony (Fiddler Magazine; 10#1; Spring 2003; 24-29)
8. Is shape or varnish key to Stradivari sound ? (Folk-lore; VIII#3; Mar/Apr. 1989; 13)
9. Le violon en France au temps de la colonie / Plante, Gilles (Bulletin Mnémo; 6#1; Été 2001; 2-3, 8)
10. Mittenwald, Germany: a 300-year-old tradition of violin-making / Hansen, Ellen (Fiddler Magazine; 10#4; Winter 2003-2004; 34-37)

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