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Self-taught violin maker from North Macedonia wins international fame
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4 November 2019
On 4 November 2019 Reuters reported:
Svetozar Bogdanovski built his first violin 35 years ago for his son Kostadin, then aged seven, who had expressed interest in taking lessons. Today Bogdanovski's violins are priced at 60,000 euros ($67,000) apiece and are sold worldwide, while [his son] Kostadin is an internationally acclaimed violinist.
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... 'Each violin has something specific and unique. That's why no two are the same, even though each instrument looks just like any other. They differ from each other just as people do,' he said.
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