Bows

Herm. Albert Hoyer

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An octagonal bow from the Markneukirchen maker Hermann Albert Hoyer. The frog is of fine dark ebony with the maker's stamp, a bird of prey. This bow is from later in his career, c. 1950.

Malcolm Taylor

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Malcom Taylor was one of the leading bow makers at the W. E. Hill & Sons workshop in London from 1949 to 1973, after which he made bows under his own name near Barnstaple in Devon.

This beautiful cello bow, made for Hill in 1959, is mounted in gold and tortoise shell, with an inlaid fleur-de-lis on the frog. The three part divided adjuster is in gold and pearl.

Michael Vann Cello Bow

We have several cello bows available from Canadian Bow Maker Michael Vann. He was trained in New York City in the shop of the world renowned master Bow Maker William Salchow. Since embarking on his career in 1975 he has won six international and more than a dozen Canadian awards for his bows which have been acquired by such notables as Pinchas Zukerman, Amanda Forsyth, Pierre Fournier, Ruggiero Ricci, Steven Dann,James Ehnes, Regis Pasquir, France, Steven Staryk, Canada, Eugene Fodor, USA, Jessica Linnebach, Canada, Sidney Harth, USA, Pieter Schoeman, France, Gwen Hoebig, Canada, Gabriel Magyar, (Hungarian String Quartet), Nikolaj Znaider, Denmark, Lena Neudauer, Germany, Nikki Chooi, Timmy Chooi, The New Brunswick String Quartet (Canada), The Franciscan String Quartet (U.S.A.) The Amernet String Quartet, USA, The Colorado Strings Quartet, (U.S.A.), The Manfred String Quartet. (France), The St. Lawrence String Quartet, Canada, The Miro String Quartet, USA,   The Daedalus String Quartet, USA, just to name a few.

More detail about his work can be found on his web site.

http://www.michaelvann.com/

 

Rodney D. Mohr

Rodney D. Mohr has been active in bow making for over 25 years and is a member of the American Federation of Violin and Bow Makers, where he earned the degree of Master of Bow Making. He has produced more than 800 bows and has restored a countless number of fine bows. Rodney has won 20 awards in international competitions. After winning his third gold medal with the Violin Society of America, he is no longer eligible to compete and has earned the title of Hors’ Concours. He was awarded his Hors' Concours Certificate at the 19th Violin Society Competition and Convention in Cleveland, OH on November 11, 2010. 

Additional information about his work may be found on his web site:
http://www.rodneymohr.com/

Salchow Transitional

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A unique offering crafted by America's legendary bowmaker, this bow contains characteristics of both baroque and modern bow design.

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