Amédée Dieudonné


Inventory no.:Amédée Dieudonné 1932
Maker: Amédée Dieudonné
Region: French
Year: c.1932
Tone: Sweet, Clean, Radiance.



Amedee Dominique Dieudonne, an accomplished violin maker, received excellent training as a pupil of Gustav Bazin and later worked under Hilaire Darche in Brussels. In 1920, he established his own business in Mirecourt, a testament to his dedication and skill. Dieudonne’s reputation grew as he became known for crafting exceptional replicas of classical violin models.


The instrument at hand is a remarkable replica of a golden period Stradivarius, meticulously created by Dieudonne. It is in excellent condition, a testament to the care and preservation it has received over the years. The violin boasts a charming brown-amber varnish that adds to its allure, complemented by a beautifully flamed one-piece back, showcasing the craftsmanship and attention to detail.


Our team of skilled luthiers has meticulously set up and prepared this violin, ensuring it is ready to be played. Its sophisticated character is evident in its large sound, which combines a clear warmth in the lower registers with a delightful sweetness and impressive radiance in the upper registers. The result is a highly distinctive voice that captivates both the player and the audience, allowing for expressive and nuanced musical performances.

Audio Sample

Title: Bruch Violin Concerto no.1, first movement



*Percentages shown below are an accurate indicator of the violin’s respective characteristics among TMX’s collection of violins.

Clean 90%
Sweet 90%
Radiance 90%


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