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This page is dedicated to the Inveresk Violin and its story. 

The Inveresk Fiddle was made from a pruned branch of a willow tree in 2008, which still grows in the gardens of Inveresk House near Musselburgh .

The violin was made as part of  a joint project with The National Trust For Scotland ,highlighting this unique old house and its beautifully managed garden .
The violin subsequently gave a number of public recitals: including a memorable evening recital in St Michael's Kirk, Inveresk by Neil Gow (expert /Scots fiddler), Pete Clark from Dunkeld, a memorable event was held with the Inveresk Fiddle and pupils at Loretto school in that same year.

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