"The Montagnana has a robust and earthy sound with complex low overtones. It is an honest instrument, giving back exactly what you put in. Every notes needs to be articulated in the left hand with vibrato and perfect intonation, but the player can dig in as much as he or she wants and the instruments always has more to give."
Shown at the Exhibition of Venetian instruments in Boston, May, 2002.
The Violinmakers of Venice, Reuning & Son Violins, Boston, 2005