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My instruments are played daily by musicians in, among others, the Norwegian Opera & Ballet, the Broadcasting Orchestra, the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, and students at most music institutions in Norway. In addition to many freelancers and educators throughout the country. A cello and a violin have been purchased by Dextra Musica, and are lent to music students at the Norwegian Academy of Music. Helgelandsfondet has bought a violin that is lent to local talents.

Name

Instrument

Year of construction

Model

Olga Melby Larsson

Violin

2021

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Amund Haugen Tusvik

Violin

2020

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Henrik Nordtun Gjertsen

Violin

2019

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Arve Tellefsen

Violin

2018

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1742 “Tellefsen”

Regina Fischer

Violin

2018

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Anne Stine Dahl

Cello

2017

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Gunvald Ottesen

Violin

2017

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Matias Jentoft

Violin

2016

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Stig Roar Wigestrand

Violin

2016

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Ida Malene Christensen

Cello

2015

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Ingrid Dahl Nilsen

Violin

2014

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Knut Johan Nedrelid

Violin

2014

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Hanna Trondalen

Cello

2013

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Kristin Jæger

Viola

2013

Personal “von der Lippe” model, 39 cm

Andrea Melbye

Violin

2013

Personal “von der Lippe” model

Tonje Johnsen

Violin

2013

Personal “von der Lippe” model

For sale

Viola

2012

Personal “von der Lippe” model, 41 cm

Christine Seyferth

Viola

2011

Personal “von der Lippe” model – 41,3 cm

Iben Brøgger

Viola

2011

Personal “von der Lippe” model, 39 cm

Sidsel Scheen

Violin

2011

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1742 “Alard”

Sigurd Imsen

Violin (baroque)

2011

A. Stradivari, 1715 “Lipinski” ex Tartini

Julia Dibley

Violin

2010

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1741 “Kochanski”

Ragnhild D. Lofthus

Violin

2010

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1741 “Kochanski”

Mari Lerseth

Violin

2010

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1742 “Lord Wilton”

Helgelandsfondet

Violin

2009

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1741 “Kochanski”

Hilde Kolstad Huse

Violin

2009

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1741 “Kochanski”

Torstein Giertsen

Violin

2009

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1741 “Kochanski”

Kristin Isdal Selmer

Violin

2009

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1742 “Alard”

Karen Flesvig

Cello

2008

GB Rogeri, 1695

Dextra Musica

Cello

2008

GB Rogeri, 1695

Dextra Musica

Violin

2008

A. Stradivari, 1689 “Arditi”

Elise Marie Endresen

Violin

2008

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1741 “Kochanski”

Nora Dahl Nilsen

Cello

2007

F. Ruggieri, ca. 1680-95

Ragnhild D. Lofthus

Viola

2007

A. Bellosio, 1792 40.5 cm

Sunniva Thomassen

Violin

2007

A. Stradivari, 1715 “Il Cremonese” ex Joachim

Maren Elle

Violin

2007

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1742 “Alard”

Mari Fjeldstad Ystanes

Violin

2007

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1742 “Alard”

Marianne Hatleskog

Violin

2007

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1742 “Alard”

Monica Bauchwitz

Violin

2007

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1742 “Alard”

Eva Solveig Knapkyte

Cello

2006

F. Ruggieri, ca. 1680-95

Aslak Wøllo Flaate

Viola

2006

A. Stradivari, 1672 “Mahler” 41.3 cm

Marte Sævig Frantzen

Violin

2006

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1742 “Alard”

Kjersti Rydsaa

Cello

2005

F. Ruggieri, ca. 1680-95

Maria Vårlid

Violin

2005

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1741 “Kochanski”

NTNU, Trondheim

Viola

2004

A. Bellosio, 1792 40.5 cm

Mari Giske

Viola

2004

A. Guarneri, 1676 “Conte Vitale” 42 cm

Cecilie Husevåg

Violin

2004

A. Guarneri, ca. 1670

Kaja Rogers

Violin

2004

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1741 “Kochanski”

Matilda Brunström

Viola

2003

A. Guarneri, 1676 “Conte Vitale” 42 cm

Bjørn Erik Neerland

Violin

2003

A. Guarneri, ca. 1670

Einar Olav Larsen

Violin

2003

A. Stradivari, 1715 “Il Cremonese” ex Joachim

Kari Knudsen

Violin

2003

A. Stradivari, 1715 “Il Cremonese” ex Joachim (7/8 str)

Astrid Kirschner

Violin

2002

A. Guarneri, ca. 1670

Aurora Bjørkheim Winsjansen

Violin

2002

A. Stradivari, 1715 “Il Cremonese” ex Joachim

Arve Tellefsen

Violin

2002

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1742 “Tellefsen”

Martinus Nygård

Cello

2001

D. Montagnana, 1739 “Sleeping Beauty”

Nils Tore Røsth

Violin

2001

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1741 “Kochanski”

Elin W. Gundersen

Viola

2000

A. Stradivari, 1672 “Mahler” 41.3 cm

Lina Marie Årnes

Violin

2000

A. Stradivari, 1715 “Il Cremonese” ex Joachim

Kristine Stubberud

Violin

2000

G. Guarneri «del Gesú», 1741 “Kochanski”

Klaus Storck

Violin

1998

A. Capela

Siri Juvik

Violin

1997

A. Stradivari, 1698 “Thaulow”

Jacob von der Lippe has, at my request, made a copy of the instrument that I have owned since 1970; a violin made by the Italian violin maker Joseph Guarneri del Gesú in 1742 in Cremona.

Arve Tellefsen, Soloist

Violin built for Arve Tellefsen in 2019:

“Jacob von der Lippe has, at my request, made a copy of the instrument I have owned since 1970; a violin made by the Italian violin maker Joseph Guarneri del Gesú in 1742 in Cremona. Guarneri del Gesú is one of the very best of all time. violin makers, yes there are many who believe that he surpasses all. Jacob von der Lippe has managed to make a copy of very good quality. There is naturally a fresher and more modern sound in the copy, partly because the tree but he has succeeded in creating a breeding ground for a sound rich in overtones in both weak and strong shades.And although the sound will always be the most important for the performer, Jacob von der Lippe has also created a beautiful violin that is strikingly similar to the original. “

Violin built for Arve Tellefsen in 2002:

“Thank you for the copy you made of my Guiseppe Guarneri del Gesu 1742 (ex Lord Emhurst of Hackney). Your copy is truly a fabulous piece of work! Your violin has a glow and shine in the tone that I really appreciate, and the tone is round and full at the same time. A combination that I would think is difficult to achieve. The instrument sets the tone very easily, but you can, if you want, dig deep into the strings and get more back all the time.

In appearance it is simply magnificent. The paint is beautiful, and it looks like my original to a dot. Thank you very much for a great job, and good luck with your instruments! “

I simply love this violin and would not trade it for anything. It has a very appealing sound: light, singing, harmonic, modular – it has both heat and edge, and is evenly good in all registers. In addition, it is incredibly easy to play – always in a good mood, and is not weather-sick.

Mari Lerseth, Freelance violinist

“What made the biggest impression when I tried Jacob’s violin for the first time was how precise the sound was, and how great it sounded. It did not take long before I decided in 2003 to invest in this instrument. With the years that have has gone, the development has gone in the direction I had hoped for, and the fullness of the bass register becomes more and more enjoyable with time, without the golden bright sound in the higher registers having diminished. von der Lippe’s instrument carries better and stronger than the Italian, -in a blind test with several musicians present.I appreciate the bright shiny sound, while the instrument has impressive resistance, so it takes a lot before the sound cracks, which gives the strong sound.The instrument invites to elegance with its precise sound, and paves the way for virtuoso pieces, as it withstands a little “knock” something I have a lot of fun with. “

The violin is incredibly easy to play and easy to articulate and has a smooth, full sound throughout the register.

Sidsel Scheen, Freelance violinist

“With my von der Lippe violin, I finally got a work tool that worked with me, and helped me in my development as a violinist. It was wonderful to discover all the possibilities for timbre and volume in my new companion. The violin projects the sound in a way that fills the room without being perceived as strenuous. It has a rich and warm, rich sound in all registers, at the same time as it is easy to play and articulate. It mixes well in both chamber music and orchestra. The process of building your own violin is in itself very exciting, and experienced exclusively positively thanks to Jacob’s reliability and pleasant service attitude. “

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take your musical joy to a new level

Over 60 musicians at home and abroad are today very happy owners of their von der Lippe instruments. There are many benefits to acquiring a new instrument; you characterize the sound with your own personality, the instrument is fresh and healthy, and you get follow-up throughout the instrument’s lifetime. This is easy to forget when buying a new instrument, but in the long run it is something my customers really appreciate. It’s like a long friendship between the instrument, the musician and me.