Let’s go to Italy and meet Canada’s master violin maker

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Bernard Neumann is considered one of the world’s top violin makers and restorers. The CBC’s Megan Williams visits the artist in what is widely considered to be the birthplace of the instrument, Cremona, Italy.

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