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Liuteriaitalia :: Leggi argomento - primo violoncello

Liuteriaitalia :: Leggi argomento - primo violoncello

Pietro Giovanni Guarneri 'Of Mantua'  (1685)  A Violin Mantua, 1685  Labelled Petrus Guarnerius Cremonensis filius Andreæ fecit Mantuæ sub tit. Sanctæ Teresiæ 1685  Length of back: 35.4 cm

Pietro Giovanni Guarneri 'Of Mantua' (1685) A Violin Mantua, 1685 Labelled Petrus Guarnerius Cremonensis filius Andreæ fecit Mantuæ sub tit. Sanctæ Teresiæ 1685 Length of back: 35.4 cm

closeup, pegbox from the side, Images from The Rawlins Gallery Violin by Andrea Amati, Cremona, 1574

closeup, pegbox from the side, Images from The Rawlins Gallery Violin by Andrea Amati, Cremona, 1574

1690c Girolamo II Amati Cello from The Four Centuries Gallery

1690c Girolamo II Amati Cello from The Four Centuries Gallery

Giovanni Battista Ceruti  (circa 1805)  A Violin Cremona, circa 1805  Labelled Laurentius Storioni fecit Cremona 1777  Length of back: 35.5 cm  Scroll by Lorenzo Storioni

Giovanni Battista Ceruti (circa 1805) A Violin Cremona, circa 1805 Labelled Laurentius Storioni fecit Cremona 1777 Length of back: 35.5 cm Scroll by Lorenzo Storioni

Giuseppe Guarneri Filius Andreæ  (1710)  A Violin Cremona, 1710  Labelled Joseph Guarnerius filius Andreæ fecit Cremone sub titulo S. Teresie 1710  Length of back: 35.5 cm

Giuseppe Guarneri Filius Andreæ (1710) A Violin Cremona, 1710 Labelled Joseph Guarnerius filius Andreæ fecit Cremone sub titulo S. Teresie 1710 Length of back: 35.5 cm

1685 Francesco Ruggieri Violin  from The Four Centuries Gallery

1685 Francesco Ruggieri Violin from The Four Centuries Gallery

1720c Carlo Bergonzi Violin ex-Paganini  from The Four Centuries Gallery

1720c Carlo Bergonzi Violin ex-Paganini from The Four Centuries Gallery

This violin, The Harrison, is a Stradivari violin, made before 1700. It not only looks beautiful but sounds marvelous.  This is one of the highest prized musical instruments. And yes, it's art.

This violin, The Harrison, is a Stradivari violin, made before 1700. It not only looks beautiful but sounds marvelous. This is one of the highest prized musical instruments. And yes, it's art.

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