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Dictionary of twentieth century Italian violin makers

Marlin Brinser

Dictionary of twentieth century Italian violin makers

by Marlin Brinser

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Published by American Graphic in Irvington, N.J .
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    Subjects:
  • Violin makers.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Marlin Brinser.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML830 .B74
    The Physical Object
    Pagination111 p. ;
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4751682M
    ISBN 100960229817
    LC Control Number78074638
    OCLC/WorldCa4883998

      The Fridolin Hamma book on German makers is nice, too, but represents a much smaller effort-- about 60 pages of brief description of major makers and 60 more pages of high-quality photos (front, backs, scrolls, and labels). One more older book to consider is the 2-volume Poidras "Dictionary of Violin Makers," available in English translation. The Russian violin school produced such prominent violinists as I. E. Khandoshkin (second half of the 18th century) and A. F. L’vov and N. Ia. Afanas’ev (19th century). In the early 20th century, the violin department of the St. Petersburg Conservatory, headed by L. S. Auer, became the world center of violin .

    The Varnishes of the Italian Violin-makers of the Sixteenth, Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries and Their Influence on Tone Alt ernative. Title Composer Fry, George: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IGF 1 First Pub lication. Language English Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Early 20th century: Piece Style Early 20th centuryComposer: Fry, George. While a small stream of amateur makers emigrated to Australia during the 19th century, it was the English-born Arthur Edward Smith who brought the art of fine violin making to the country and who is today regarded as the greatest Australian maker of the 20th century.

    A new foreword by music scholar Benjamin Hebbert explains the important role British violin makers played in the development of the instrument. From the Back Cover Originally published in and expanded in , this comprehensive illustrated reference work features a biographical dictionary of craftsmen and a critical description of their Author: W. Morris. The viola (/ v i ˈ oʊ l ə / vee-OH-lə, also UK: / v aɪ ˈ oʊ l ə / vy-OH-lə, Italian: [ˈvjɔːla, viˈɔːla]) is a string instrument that is bowed or played with varying techniques. It is slightly larger than a violin and has a lower and deeper sound. Since the 18th century, it has been the middle or alto voice of the violin family, between the violin (which is tuned a perfect fifth Hornbostel–Sachs classification: .


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Dictionary of twentieth century Italian violin makers. Irvington, N.J.: American Graphic, © The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments is the definitive guide to o musical instruments from around the world. It encompasses western, non-western, and developing-world cultures, and includes classical, folk, and popular music.

It also covers instruments of all ages--from the ancient water organ to the synthesizer. The Dictionary describes each instrument individually and in. A des- cendant of the Bergonzi family, who worked in the same house in the Piazza San Domenico, Cremona. Was a clever restorer of violins. Bergonzi, Carlo, of Cremona, the first of the great Bergonzi family of makers, b.

about ; d. He began to put his own name in his instruments about DIEHL (Diel), Nicolaus Louis, d. Was a son of Jacob Diehl; worked in Hamburg; he published a work on Italian violin-makers. DIEULAFAIT. A viol-maker; Paris in DINI, Giambattista.

Lucignano in DITTON. London about In Thomas Britton's Collection was a “good violin by Ditton.”. OFFICIAL MARKS (Legge 30 Gennaio n. 46 and D.P.R. 30 Dicembre n. ) #N#polygon with 'star' star / number / province. #N#purity degree into an oval outline.

The ' Decreto Legislativo 22 Maggion. ' introduced a system of marks for objects made in precious metals and weighted with resin or mastic. The new mark is a R.

Dictionary of twentieth century Italian violin makers book Dictionary of 20th Century Italian Violin Makers Product Number: BK List Price: US$ Giuseppe Pedrazzini (Pizzighettone, near Cremona, 13 January – 19 October ) was an Italian violin was a pupil of Romeo Antoniazzi in Milan, then began to work on his own quickly gained recognition and won awards at various exhibitions, including those in Rome in and in Cremona in He modelled his instruments after various patterns, especially those of.

Examples of violin maker in a sentence, how to use it. 15 examples: Her father was a musician and teacher and her grandfather was a violin maker. Marlin Brinser, DICTIONARY OF TWENTIETH CENTURY ITALIAN VIOLIN MAKERS,lists six Carlettis, including Genuzio: Born"Very good maker," states Brinser, and gives him 2 stars in his 0 to 3 star rating system, with 3 the best.

The entry also notes a first prize win in at "Cremona Exhibition," but doesn't state the type of instrument. Maggini New Sale $ French Violin Makers, German Violin Makers, English Violin Makers, Antonio Stradivari Italian Violin Makers Click on the name of the maker for more information.

A Violin by Pietro Antonio Dalla Costa. Treviso, c A strong follower of the Brothers Amati, Dalla Costa is a great name amongst the makers of. Liutai Piemontesi fra 19th e 20th Sec. The Piemontesi Violin makers of the 19th and 20th century.

From Pressenda to Fagnola. By the Consorzio Liutai & Archettai CREMONA. First Edition 80 pages. Full page color photos of excellent quality. Text in English and Italian. 24cm x 32cm. click title above for more images or to order: $   When people say that modern maker X makes instruments that might pass for an 18th or early 19th century Italian (maybe more the Gaglianos and the Guadagninis, rather than classic Cremonese) they seem to be referring in great part to the quality of the varnish.

That seems to be the big hurdle in emulating the Italians, classic and later. BERNARDEL, GUSTAVE ADOLPHE. Born at Paris, Died Associated with father, brother and Gand. Succeeded to the business of Gand,and became maker to the Conservatoire, to the opera orchestras, and to the Ministry of Fine Arts.

Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, Fine-wrought Lupot-Strad modelling. Supremely neat workmanship. Dictionary of 20th Century Italian Violin Makers - Marlin Brinser ; Vannes, Rene ().

Dictionnaire Universel del Luthiers (vol.3). Bruxelles: Les Amis de la musique. OCLC William, Henley (). Universal Dictionary of Violin & Bow Makers. Brighton; England: Amati. Twentieth definition: The twentieth item in a series is the one that you count as number twenty.

| Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Genoa 24 August ) was an Italian violin maker. Originally from a Piedmontese village near Alessandria, Lecchi showed great talent for woodworking at a young age.

Inhe took over De Barbieri’s place in Cesare Candi’s workshop. In the 19th century, Germany mass produced copies of the early violin makers to meet the growing demand for stringed instruments in North America and the world.

Germany today still hosts the single largest group of violin makers in Europe. If the German violin makers list becomes too unwieldy, we might consider subdividing into the various.

The violin, its history & construction: illustrated & described from many sources: together with a list of Italian and Tyrolese violin makers / translated in full from the German of Abele and Niederheitmann by John Broadhouse () (Reprint).

Posted 9/7/08 PM.VINTAGE GERMAN STRADIVARIUS VIOLIN FULL SIZE 4/4 MID 20TH CENTURY Nice mid 20th century violin. Violin has a newer tailpiece and fine tuners. Including a gold one for the e string. The fingerboard is a lighter grade ebony. Tuning pegs all work good.

I see one 1 inch hairline or could just be in the varnish off an f hole.Catalog start Subject "Violin makers" Remove constraint Subject: "Violin makers" Toggle facets Dictionary of twentieth century Italian violin makers [] Brinser, Marlin.

Irvington, N.J.: American Graphic, c Critical & documentary dictionary of violin makers old and modern [ - ] Poidras, Henri.