Rare violin sparks lawsuit between DSO violinist, Mesquite woman who sold it to him

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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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SKM

Mesquite, TX

#1 Jan 23, 2013

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