Born at Mirecourt 1757 and died there in 1833, Didier stamped his instruments "A la Ville de Cremonne", to the confusion of others as he traded in Mirecourt. It was simply the name of his shop.
This Violin produces excellent tone and resonance. It led the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra for many years.
There is an inscription beneath the soundpost that reads: "D. Nicolas. aine a Mirecourt"
The instrument is also branded "A la Ville de Cremonne, D. Nicolas Aine".
Upper Bout: 17 cm
C Bout: 11.8 cm
Lower Bout: 20.8 cm
Body Length: 36.1cm
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