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Antonio Stradivari.

Horace Petherick

Antonio Stradivari.

by Horace Petherick

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Published by The Strad, Donajowski, Duncan in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stradivari, Antonio.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesThe Strad library -- Vol.8
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13782282M

    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. Antonio Stradivari. likes. The greatest violin maker of all times.

      Directed by Giacomo Battiato. With Anthony Quinn, Stefania Sandrelli, Valérie Kaprisky, Francesco Quinn. As a boy the orphan Antonio Stradivari heard for the first time in his life the sound of a violin and he was fascinated by its voice. He tried to construct a violin and attracted the attention of Niccolò Amati, a famous lutist of Cremona.   Antonio Stradivari, , the openness and bold swing of the first turn at once on leaving the "eye" is very striking, it also commences higher up, there is almost an absence of flow or downward tendency. The throat underneath the volute is very massive, although all the edges are finished off with the utmost delicacy and sharp tooling.

    Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, c. , “Kiesewetter” Although the “Kiesewetter” is listed in the Hill, Doring, and Goodkind books under the year , the style of work and choice of maple for the back point more toward the year The “Kiesewetter” is a particularly fine-sounding concert instrument. Books; di Stradivari Antonio. - Violin "Rode" ViolinoRode Soundboard of spruce to narrow vein of the junta, which widens towards the sides, hemmed in inlay ivory diamond and circles in ebony stucco. Back of one piece of curly maple with medium curl descendant to the left, edged with inlaid ivory diamonds and disks in black stucco.


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