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We have been receiving some requests for elegant and exquisite decoration (otherwise known as stickers) for those well travelled and trusty cello cases out there. We'll be pleased to get something designed but wonder if you have any specific ideas or requests? Please...read more
Our sincerest thanks for helping us to grow to (nearly) 1000 Facebook likes @Larsen Strings and it is very much appreciated...Who knows, we might make the Thousand this week with your help. Thank...read more
Thank you for your feedback about our new site...We've been listening! We have now added the option to download our catalogue in all four language versions direct from our Home Page for your convenience. The delight of us having instant editing access to our site is...read more
Trying strings with Vytautas Sondeckis, Solo Cellist at the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra, is always gratifying because he is so attentive to the possibilities that strings offer. The very first time Larsen Strings met him, however, Vytautas did not want to try new...read more
Guiding your search for the perfect sound. Whether you are looking for a string set which can bring more brilliance, warmth, focus of sound or broad harmonic spectrum to your instrument, the Sound Compass shows you the direction. Keeping in mind that strings are...read more
By: Armance Quéro - Cellist – Who ever wonders how these strings, on which we play for hours, are made? I would never have given it a thought, was it not for the presence of the Larsen Strings’ team last March at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris. During our...read more
Par Armance Quéro - Violoncelliste – Qui s’est déjà posé la question de comment sont fabriquées les cordes sur lesquelles on joue des heures entières ? Pas moi en tout cas, si ce n’est avant la venue de Laurits Th. Larsen et de son équipe à la Fondation Louis Vuitton...read more
Trying strings with musicians is always an interesting experience. Not only do we acquire a lot of valuable information about what musicians want and what works for them, it is also amazing to notice the great improvement one single string can make to an entire...read more
The Larsen Strings Catalogue is now available as German, French and English PDF compilations in our download section where you can also find a comprehensive range of image resources and product specific fact sheets. Please do let us know what you think and we welcome...read more
In the beautiful surroundings of the Fondation Louis Vuitton, in Paris, we had the pleasure of meeting Gautier Capuçon and the students of the Classe d’excellence de Violoncelle. Mr Capuçon, a longtime friend of Laurits Th. Larsen, had invited us to come and meet the...read more
When our strings leave Sønderborg in Denmark, they travel to all parts of the world, so you can get a hold of them and use them for your musical activities. To help these strings find their way to you as a musician, we have developed a network of partners who can meet...read more
The new Magnacore® Arioso strings provide an exceptional opportunity of creating a beautiful, wide and sophisticated sound at a lower tension level
By: Tobias Krutz, a German violinmaker and cellist from Düsseldorf The new Larsen Magnacore® Arioso C and G strings are great and powerful and have at the same time a “round” sound. Each string instrument needs a specific tension level to balance its inner resistance....read more
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