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You will have noticed that the artwork for Il Cannone represents quite a departure from our usual packaging designs. This was prompted by customer request such that our envelopes are almost all text based and can, therefore, be difficult to easily identify and request...read more
On the reverse of the new packaging for the Il Cannone range you will have noticed a change in the way that we seal our envelopes. Since the early days we have used a traditional red wax seal to symbolise that each product had passed inspection as being of the highest...read more
We are delighted to introduce Il Cannone® for violin. Launched today and available as individual strings or sets in Medium and Soloist Editions. A Truly Revolutionary Sound... Please discover more hereread more
Daniel Müller-Schott Discusses and Performs with Magnacore® Arioso A & D: '...a revelation for me and for the instrument.' We invite you to view two rather wonderful short films recorded with the renowned cello soloist Daniel Müller-Schott. Mr. Müller-Schott explores...read more
We have been working with Rusanda Panfili over the past few months having been delighted to have met her at Marcel Richters premises in Vienna. Rusanda finished her Master of Arts studies at the University of Music and Arts in Vienna in 2015 having joined the...read more
Timo-Veikko “Tipi” Valve, Principal Cello of the Australian Chamber Orchestra has sent us this rather exceptional feedback after trying out the Magnacore® Arioso A string: "For me the Magnacore Arioso A has unprecedented tonal capabilities! The beauty, richness and...read more
Talking About Performance Anxiety Having started the cello much later to most other musicians, I found myself battling the fear of performing at the same time as facing an insecure self-image that often comes with being a 12 year old. I believe this made the issue far...read more
Find your voice: With the completion of the Magnacore® Arioso set a new synergy has arrived. At Larsen Strings we have always believed that the development process of new strings is an essential partnership of elements: A blend between creativity and innovation in...read more
Last week we had the pleasure of welcoming a group of violinmakers from Northern Germany together with our German partner, GEWA Music, to Larsen Strings’ factory. During their visit the violinmakers had the possibility of seeing how a string is made and how, through a...read more
In collaboration with the Sydney String Center, Emma Jardine and Umberto Clerici from the Streeton Trio tested strings to find a good match for their violin and cello. Listen to the video and understand how Larsen strings help the trio acquire the same idea of sound:...read more
Strings are to a musician like ballet shoes are to a dancer. Just as each dancer is very different and requires different size and softness of shoes, every cello is vastly different and requires different strings to compliment the resonance of the instrument. My cello...read more
Join us on a trip to Vienna: Watch Rainer Honeck, Marcel Richters and Larsen Strings testing Larsen violin strings on two Stradivari in Marcel Richters’ shop.read more
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Aiming for Sustainable Solutions
Our aim is to work toward sustainable solutions at Larsen Strings. As a company we have chosen to support the environment by upgrading to the CO2 neutral energy plan ‘Medvind’ as supplied by SE’s Danish Land Wind Turbines.
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Larsen Strings A/S has chosen to support the environment by upgrading to the CO2 neutral energy plan ‘Medvind’ as supplied by SE’s Danish Land Wind Turbines.
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