Rare violin sparks lawsuit between DSO violinist, Mesquite woman who sold it to him
There are 1 comment on the Dallas Morning News story from Jan 22, 2013, titled Rare violin sparks lawsuit between DSO violinist, Mesquite woman who sold it to him. In it, Dallas Morning News reports that:
Courthouse News and the Dallas County website direct our attention to a lawsuit pitting Dallas Symphony Orchestra violinist Filip Fenrych against a Mesquite woman who, in March 2012, sold the esteemed musician a rare instrument bearing the moniker of one of the world's most famous violin-makers, Stefano Scarampella.
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