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1. The Glorious Violins - The Cremona School
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Stringed instruments are among the most beautiful sounding instruments, and possess a unique, multi-faceted expressive capability. Their range of sound imitates the human voice, bearing extreme charisma ...
This technique is jointly developed by Dr. Chu-Song Chen, head of the Image & Media Processing Laboratory, and Prof. Yi-Ping Hung at the Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia, National Taiwan ...
3. Violin by Carlo Bergonzi, c. 1732 ex “Perkin”
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Carlo Bergonzi was one of the best-known Cremonan violinmakers of the 18th century. Today, his violins, characterized by a rich, beautiful tone, are considered to be on a par with those of Stradivari and ...
4. Violin by Omobono Stradivari, c. 1740
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Omobono Stradivari was the son of Antonio Stradivari. He was engaged in the making of violins intermittently from 1700 onwards, but was also very active in the social circle. ...  ...
5. Violin by Antonio Stradivari, 1722 ex “Joachim-Elman”
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The violin Joachim-Elman was made in 1722. By this time, Stradivari had already attained a high level of maturity in his technique, but he was still continuously working to refine the details of the violin ...
6. Violin by Antonio Stradivari, 1709 ex “Viotti-Marie Hall”
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Antonio Stradivari is considered the most significant figure in the history of violinmaking. His house and workshop have been well-preserved to this day, allowing people to visit. ...  ...
7. Violin by Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù, 1744 ex “Ole Bull”
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The son of Giuseppe Guarneri filius Andrea (1666–1740), Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù is usually referred to as Guarneri del Gesù. He was reputed as the greatest violinmaker since Antonio Stradivari, ...
8. Violin by Nicolò Amati, 1656
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The son of Hieronymus Amati, Nicolò Amati was believed to be the best instrument maker in Cremona in the 1630s. Greatly admired by aspiring instrument makers of the time, he at one point took in at least ...
9. Violin by Antonio Amati, 1588 ex “Mendelssohn-Armada”
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Antonio Amati, son of Andrea Amati, was an important maker of the second generation of the Amati school. He and his brother Girolamo (c. 1550-1630) later took over their father’s workshop upon Andrea ...
10. Violin by Andrea Amati, c. 1570 ex “Ross”
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Founder of the Amati school of instrument making, Andrea Amati was born around 1505 in Cremona, Italy, though the year of his birth remains in dispute. Already a well-known instrument maker by 1525, he ...