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Mr. Conrath Interpreter



The interpreters enjoy sharing stories of Indiana’s past, but are aware that they often create new memories. At least one child started taking violin lessons after visiting Mr. Conrath’s shop. Sharing the vibrations of a violin tucked under the chin of a deaf child was completely unexpected by our staff. Some guests were moved to pick up a violin for the first time in many years. We can recreate what we know; the experience itself unfolds every day with each guest.Destination Indiana YAT 1914 The Violin Maker Upstair

Topics: Conrath, Joseph; Musical instruments; Musical instruments--Construction--Indiana--Indianapolis; Violins--Construction--Indiana--Indianapolis; Violin; Music stores--Indiana--Indianapolis; Stores & shops; Historical reenactments
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Year: 1910
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