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The Strad Magazine October 2010 Back Issue

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Since 1890, The Strad magazine has been the trusted authority in the world of string music. With expert music reviews, the latest news in instrument technology and exclusive interviews with some of the industry’s biggest stars, it has become the must-have companion for string players, instrument makers, teachers and students all around the world.

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From in-depth analysis and research to music masterclasses and playing techniques, The Strad magazine delights and informs all level of readers, covering every aspect of string music. Whether you’re a world-renowned instrument maker, a budding student trying to master the craft or just a casual string music lover, The Strad has something for you.


Whether you’re playing, making or simply listening, enhance your music experience with a subscription to The Strad digital magazine - the must-have magazine for the string music world.

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The Strad  |  October 2010  


Gidon Kremer discusses a lifetime of pushing boundaries and Truls Mørk talks about the things that mean most to him. Arnold Steinhardt celebrates Paganini’s legacy and Tully Potter explores the career of Adolf Busch. Plus, an analysis of the beautifully decorated ‘King Henry IV’ violin, and our annual 32-page Accessories supplement.

For over 125 years, The Strad magazine has dedicated itself to the world of string music and has been a faithful companion for all lovers of the beautiful craft. Over the years, this magazine has boasted exclusive contributions from some of the world’s most renowned stars, including Joshua Bell, James Ehnes, Alban Gerhardt and Hilary Hahn, to name but a few. Each month The Strad magazine continues to deliver unparalleled and unique coverage of all things string!


In each issue, you’ll find all the latest news and updates in instrument research and technology, interviews with the world’s finest players, conductors and makers, uncompromising performance and recording reviews, invaluable playing technique guides and a whole host of exclusive features!  


Whether amateur or professional, since day one, The Strad has been for all lovers of string music and is dedicated to enhancing your enjoyment of this fine craft. So if you love string music you’ll love a subscription to The Strad Digital magazine!

Subscribe to The Strad magazine today and enjoy all of the following:

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  • Exclusive interviews with the world’s biggest string players
  • All the latest string music news from around the world
  • Expert performance and recording reviews
  • Updates on the latest advancements in instrument technology
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year The Strad magazine subscription.

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Great clips!

I bought the May issue to see what the fuss was about. It was great to be able to hear sound clips from Thomas Ades' violin concerto while reading the article about it, and the clips form the top CD reviews too. The full-page photo gallery for the viola da gamba is interesting as well. And nice that it's cheaper than the usual version! Reviewed June 2, 2014

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