Craft: Violin Maker

Feature

Saturday, December 07, 2002

Lothar Meisel and his father sat side by side for 40 years bending, shaping and scraping wood into violins, just as their German fathers had since 1660. But here in America the Meisel family legacy is in jeopardy. Minnesota Public Radio's Mary Stucky visits Lothar Meisel in his Minnesota studio.

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Mary Stucky

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