Less is More…

Less is More…

It often feels to me that there are some people in life who appear to do very little, yet are frequently very successful. There always appeared to be people at school who ‘hardly revised’ and still came out with top grades. The other end of the spectrum are those who...
Guest Blogs

Guest Blogs

Have you visited our guest musician blogs? To give contrasting perspective, the two blogs currently up and running, are from the viewpoint of a cello teacher in London and a student cellist currently studying at the Royal College of Music. The Student Cellist Hattie...
A Life Less Ordinary…

A Life Less Ordinary…

Far be it from us to suggest the miraculous but we would like to think that we produce extraordinary strings. Did you know? The key stage in the development of every new string is you. We trial our strings extensively, hands on, with musicians to tweak and perfect the...
Larsen Strings on Tour

Larsen Strings on Tour

‘Strings have a far larger effect on the timbre and playing characteristics of a cello than one might expect. Similarly to our vocal folds, they contribute greatly to an instrument’s quality of articulation and expression. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Zwieg from Larsen Strings A/S...

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