String Instruments Insurance

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From a student instrument to a Stradivari, Lark Music provides specialist insurance to ensure you are properly covered for any eventuality.

For string instruments our policy extends to broken strings and string replacements and repairs. We also cover bows and accessories such as stands and cases. Please specify these when obtaining a quotation. So, this leaves you to get on with what you do best – playing music.

What our cover includes
  • Worldwide, domestic or premises only cover
  • No time restrictions on travel
  • All risks cover (fire, flood, loss, theft, accidental damage)
  • Depreciation in value following an accident
  • Cover whilst travelling (as long as the musical instrument is in a hard case)
  • Cover whilst at home
  • No claims discount of up to 20%

We also provide some optional extras

  • Cover against theft from an unattended vehicle, earthquake or climate conditions
  • Optional £2m or £5m Public Liability

Renting your instrument?

If you rent your instrument, you will more than likely be responsible for making sure that it is correctly insured. Lark Music can provide comprehensive cover for any rental instruments.

Why choose Lark Music?

Lark Music has been providing specialist music insurance across the world for over 25 years. Our service benefits include:

  • A dedicated Account Handler – so one number to call
  • In-house Claims team to make the claims process as efficient as possible
  • Transactions in a choice of currencies (Sterling, Euro, US Dollar)
  • No claims discounts available (up to 20%)
  • Choice of repairer
Give us a call
020 3846 5271
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Did you know…

Strings are the vibrating element that produces sound in an instrument. The earliest surviving string instruments are the Lyres of Ur, plucked chordophones which exist in fragments and date back 4,500 years.

Strings in terms of a Western orchestra are usually considered to be members of the violin family: violin, viola, violincello or cello, and contrabass or double bass, which are usually played with a bow. Pianos and harps are also string instruments, one hammered and therefore technically percussion and the other plucked.

Baroque composers such as Bach, Vivaldi and Handel pioneered new forms like sonatas and concertos, and the four component string instruments in early baroque work tended to work as soprano, alto, tenor and bass.

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