The musician got on a train at the London Victoria station on 22 October at 10.58 p.m. and put a case with the instrument on the luggage rack located above the seats. He accidentally left the violin on the train when he got off at his stop.
On his Twitter, Morris confirmed the reunion with the precious musical instrument.
My violin is home safe and sound! Thanks for the overwhelming support x— stephen morris (@stephen55649619) November 2, 2019
Morris had previously asked the UK media for help with finding a violin. The instrument was made in 1709 by luthier David Tecchler.
After losing the violin, Morris, who was leading the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and has recorded with the likes of David Bowie and Steve Wonder, admitted that he was very upset by the loss and was only the temporary playing the instrument, hoping to transfer it to other musicians.
Apparently the train came back to Victoria for the night so maybe the cleaners would have seen it and handed in but nothing yet.— stephen morris (@stephen55649619) October 24, 2019