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Susanna's Ogata's violin was made in 1772 by Joseph Klotz of a well-known family of luthiers in Mittenwald, Germany. Mozart owned a Joseph Klotz violin.

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Tamara Friedman’s fortepiano on the Festivals second concert, Bach &, will be a replica of an instrument by Johann Andreas Stein (Augsburg, early 1780s), built and revised by several craftsmen. In 1777 Mozart wrote to his father very enthusiastically about Stein’s fortepianos.

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Vicki
Vicki

Vicki Boeckman will be playing on copies of  Denner and Bressan recorders made by the late Fred Morgan of Australia

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Susanna's Ogata's violin was made in 1772 by Joseph Klotz of a well-known family of luthiers in Mittenwald, Germany. Mozart owned a Joseph Klotz violin.

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