Magazine article Strings

A Conversation with the Annie Moses Band about What They Play

Magazine article Strings

A Conversation with the Annie Moses Band about What They Play

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Alex: I play a Marten Cornelissen viola. It was made in 1999. A commission had actually fallen through and I got it. It's a 16 1/2-inch instrument. I play a combination of Larsen and ThomastikInfeld Spirocore strings. I have a modern bow-I can't remember the name of the guy who made it.

Annie: I play an old Italian violin from the 1850s by somebody who wanted to rip off Ceruti.

Alex: Different evaluators say it's authentic and others do not.

Annie: I don't really concentrate on strings. One day I'll make enough money to have a bow worth owning. Today is not that day.

Ben: I have a William Harris Lee cello, year 2000. It started out as a good little cello and then it turned into a pretty great cello as I played it and had a lot of work done on it. …

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