A violinmaker’s masterpiece continues to leave its legacy as a violinist plays it in her performance, centuries later.
“Allemande” is a short animated film about the timelessness of art. It features two characters: a violinist in modern day, and a violinmaker living in the 1600s. Violinmaking reached its peak during the 17th century, and violins by those masters are still sought after. “Allemande” is an ode to musicians who keep history alive through their music, performance, and, in this case, their instrument.