British Violin Making Association
SUPPORTING THE CRAFTS OF VIOLIN AND BOW MAKING IN THE UK & WORLDWIDE
by Derek Wilson and John Milnes
Hardback: 112 pages
Publisher: British Violin Making Association (4 April 2016)
The essential reference book on Hill Bows documenting one of the most influential and iconic makers of the period.
Standard Edition : £90.00
by John Dilworth, Andrew Fairfax, John Milnes
Hardback: 112 pages
Publisher: British Violin Making Association (16 August 2006)
The Authoritative Biography and Guide to the Instruments of the Voller Brothers.
New biographical material and family photos.
Full colour illustration of 22 instruments.
Illustrated technical discussion of their working methods.
Guide to identifying Voller instruments.
Standard Edition : £100
by David Rattray
Hardback and Paperback: 226 pages
Publisher: British Violin Making Association (2006)
Detailed exploration of the the craft's rich heritage and defining characteristics throughout its flourishing in the 18th and 19th centuries in Scotland.
Fully indexed and illustrated throughout with superb colour photography, the book centres on more than 80 rare and well-
by Tim Baker, John Dilworth, Andrew Fairfax
Hardback with slipcase: 416 pages
Publisher: British Violin Making Association (2003)
This book is the complete catalogue of an exhibition organized by the British Violin Making Association at London’s Royal Academy of Music in April 1998.
It covers the history of British making from the 16th Century to the present day. Biographical information about over 70 makers is included, as well as descriptions and high quality photographs of all the instruments and bows exhibited. The book covers historical and scientific ground and offers a level of detail about the makers never before published.
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Standard Edition : £195
Hardback with protective card slipcase
Library Edition : £295
Cloth covered hardback binding with foil stamped titles
Limited to 300 numbered copies
Post & Packaging costs for each book (to add to prices below) are as follows:
Zone 1 £40.00
Zone 2 £45.00
Special Price for
BVMA Members : £70
Standard Edition (Hardback) : £100
Special Price for BVMA Members £70
Paperback Edition : £40
Special Price for BVMA Members £30
Special Price for BVMA Members : £140