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Antonio Stradivari

His Life And Work 1644-1737

by Victor Carroll Squier

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11937077M
ISBN 101432587684
ISBN 109781432587680

A New Addition to the Bookstore! In this monograph, Desmond Cecil tells the story of the Antonio Stradivari violin that came into his possession in Despite having been certified as genuine by Charles-Eugène Gand, Alfred Hill and Charles Beare, the violin had amazingly passed virtually under the radar of violin experts around the world [ ]. Apr 19,  · We have an extensive range of books published and authored by Jost Thöne and expert photgraphy by Jan Röhrmann. Antonio Stradivari instruments NOW IN 4 .

Antonio Stradivari and the Lipiński violin. , the year in which the “Lipinski” Stradivari violin was built, stands at the apex of the arc of classical string instrument making from the early part of the 16th century until the death of Carlo Bergonzi in Get this from a library! Antonio Stradivari, his life and work, ,. [William Henry Hill; Arthur F Hill; Alfred Ebsworth Hill] -- A biography of the seventeenth-century Italian craftsman considered one of the finest violin makers of all time.

Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Antonio Stradivari "Cremonese" violin - front Antonio Stradivari. Museo del Violino The following lines from the book about the great master’s life and work published by the Hill brothers in the early 20th century can be regarded as indisputable credentials: The year is indeed a rich one; it contributes no fewer thansix violins Author: Antonio Stradivari.


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Antonio Stradivari: His Life and Work () [W. Henry Hill, Arthur F. Hill, Alfred E. Hill, Sydney Beck, Rembert Wurlitzer] on ritacrossley.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Leading appraisers of fine musical instruments agree that in the art of making violins, no Antonio Stradivari book has ever gone beyond the achievement of Antonio ritacrossley.com Antonio Stradivari book Antonio Stradivari Volume I-IV.

A collection of instruments crafted by the legendary Antonio Stradivari fully researched, compiled, and photographed in such a high quality has never been published before.

well-certified instruments have been meticulously and expertly photographed by the professional photographer Jan Roehrmann. Dec 25,  · Antonio Stradivari: His Life and Work (Dover Books on Music) - Kindle edition by W. Hill, Francis A.

Davis, Sydney Beck, Rembert Wurlitzer. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Antonio Stradivari: His Life and Work (Dover Books on Music)/5(13).

Antonio Stradivari book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Leading appraisers of fine musical instruments agree that in the /5. Stradivarius violins are reknown for their beauty and powerful voices.

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ae*3. Jost Thöne 30 Years of dedication to Antonio Stradivari Since I have been working intensively with stringed instruments and, in particular, with the greatest of all violin makers: Antonio Stradivari. Oct 13,  · Why are violins made by Antonio Stradivari, the 18th-century instrument maker, so dramatically better than anything built since.

alchemy books (the chemistry texts of Author: Michael Lemonick. Antonio Stradivari (/ ˌ s t r æ d ɪ ˈ v ɑːr i /, also US: /-ˈ v ɛər i /, Italian: [anˈtɔːnjo stradiˈvaːri]; – 18 December ) was an Italian luthier and a crafter of string instruments such as violins, cellos, guitars, violas, and harps.

The Latinized form of his surname, Stradivarius, as well as the colloquial Strad are terms often used to refer to his ritacrossley.com: Antonius Stradivarius, c.Cremona. The Sabionari Guitar will be presented at MONDOMUSICA at in the Zelioli Lanzini Room (Pavilion 1) Organised by: Friends of Stradivari - Fondazione Antonio Stradivari.

The “Sabionari” is one of five Stradivari guitars known today. It is perfectly preserved and contemporary to the early painted violins –“Sunrise” and “Hellier”.

Family of violin makers There are no records of Antonio Stradivari's birth, but based on the documentation of his age that accompanied his signature on some of the instruments he created late in his life, it is assumed that he was born in Antonio Stradivari.

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Jun 01,  · The Paperback of the Antonio Stradivari: His Life & Work () by W. Hill, Francis A. Davis, Arthur F. Hill, Alfred Ebsworth Hill | at Barnes B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpBrand: Dover Publications.

Antonio Stradivari, Italian violin maker who brought the craft of violin-making to its highest pitch of perfection. Stradivari was still a pupil of Nicolò Amati in when he began to place his own label on violins of his making. These at first followed the smaller of Amati’s models, solidly.

Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, c. “Kiesewetter” Although the “Kiesewetter” is listed in the Hill, Doring, and Goodkind books under the yearthe style of work and choice of maple for the back point more toward the year The “Kiesewetter” is a particularly fine-sounding concert instrument.

About Stradivari’s Genius. Antonio Stradivari (—) was a perfectionist whose single-minded pursuit of excellence changed the world of music. In the course of his long career in the northern Italian city of Cremona, he created more than a thousand stringed instruments; approximately six hundred survive, their quality unequalled by any subsequent violin-maker.

ANTONIO STRADIVARI 'MARIA EX MUIR MACKENZIE' Stradivari's so called long pattern violins first ap - peared in and, with some few exceptions, he continued to make them until the end of the century. From their estimated minimum total of 52 long vio.

For over years, Antonio Stradivari has been universally regarded as the greatest violin maker who ever lived, yet it is not widely known that he made virtually every kind of bowed- and plucked-string instrument popular in the Baroque period, including lutes, viols, mandolins, guitars, and harps.

Stradivari provides a fascinating biography of this legendary maker, based on newly discovered. In Herbert Goodkind’s Iconography of Antonio Stradivari our example seems to be confused with another Stradivari known as the ex-Camposelice, which is pictured in the book and clearly does not match the Vieuxtemps shown here.

The two violins may have been confused because of their shared provenance that includes the Duchesse de. Antonio Stradivarius: His Life & Work, W. Henry, Arthur F. & Alfred E. Hill, W. Henry, Arthur F. & Alfred E. Hill, Antonio Stradivari: His Life & Work (), London This instrument probably belonged to the quintet ordered in by the Marquis Ariberti to be presented to Prince Ferdinand, son of the Grand Duke of Tuscany.This is the definitive work on Stradivarius and one of the great musicology books.

It covers construction methods, woods, varnishes, types of instruments, and special features as well as the life of the composer. "A rich mine of fascinating information." — American Record Guide. 93 illustrations, plus 4 color plates.Italian violin maker Antonio Stradivari created instruments that are still considered the finest ever made.

The new styles of violins and cellos that he developed were remarkable for their excellent tonal quality and became the basic design for all modern versions of the instruments.