A violin costing around 100,000 euros, stolen from an Italian violinist on a train trip, was found next to a rubbish bin in Paris. Le Parisien reported Thursday that a passerby noticed the violin next to a trash can on the sidewalk and took it home.
Because there was a name card inside the violin case, the violin found its way back to its owner. The instrument was stolen from the professional musician while he was leading a performance in Paris on a TGV train. It is believed that the thieves may not have been able to find a buyer for the professional tool.
This is it, she hasn’t changed.
The musician at the Orchester des Champs-Elysées was delighted to receive his precious violin, which was perfectly groomed save for a little dirt. As the orchestra director told the newspaper, the Italian maestro stammered his hand across the wood of the instrument, stammering, “This is it, she has not changed.”
It’s a violin made by Eugenio Degani, a Venetian laotie in the late 19th century. The discoverer refused to pay the researcher’s fee, but accepted an invitation to the next concert in Paris. (SDA)
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