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Stuart Mossman: A Modern Stradivari (2010)

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A musical celebration of the life of legendary Luthier, Stuart Mossman.

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This is the long-awaited feature length documentary about the life and work of legendary Luthier, Stuart Mossman. It features David, Keith and Bobby Carradine, reminiscing, playing Mossman guitars and singing. This is David's last film and shows him as a musician, singer and songwriter. The world is "flat-picking" and the steel string acoustic guitar is the most popular musical instrument on the planet. Thousands play sophisticated bluegrass in virtually every country, and many are as talented as the unknown, original backwoodsmen in the Ozarks. The instruments are the basis for modern, electronically amplified Rock'n'Roll. "Guitar Hero" is exploding and because of it a new, young population is fascinated by the guitar. Even if they start with the video game many graduate to the real instrument. Tragically, Stuart Mossman died young, leaving a grieving family and thousands of admirers - yet his work is the foundation upon which today's generation of Luthiers is building guitars from ... Written by Anonymous

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