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Vermont Daily News: Violin Craftsman

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Uploaded on Aug 30, 2009

Jim Banicki, master luthier for Vermont Violins, works on vintage violins and shows one replica of a circa 1700's J.B. Guadagnini violin that he built. Jim Banicki, graduated from the Chicago School of Violin Making in 1985. He went on to work in the workshops of both John Norwood Lee and William Harris Lee crafting fine instruments and bows. He worked at Kenneth Warren & Son violin shop for 15 years, eventually becoming one of their senior repairmen. In the Warren workshop he had the opportunity to restore fine and historic instruments including those by such makers as A. Stradivari, Guarneri del Gesu, and Jacob Stainer. (Vermont Daily News video)

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