The violin maker's salvation

av Outlook | Publicerades 3/21/2020

Hans and Nancy Benning met in Germany while studying the art of lutherie-repairing stringed instruments. Their love and work gave Hans the happiness he longed for growing up homeless and malnourished in West Germany during World War 2. Now living in California, they have been making and preserving the world’s most priceless violins for four decades. Presenter: Clayton Conn Producer: Deiniol Buxton Picture: Hans Benning in his workshop Credit: BBC/ Clayton Conn

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