Every generation of violin makers has sought to analyse and understand the classic forms, and, for the past 122 years, the violin world's leading experts have assessed the latest research into the finest instruments in the pages of The Strad. Great Instruments includes 15 authoritative and beautifully illustrated articles from the past ten years, which provide unique insights into some of the world's most celebrated stringed instruments.
Featured instruments:Andrea Amati, Violin, c.1566 br>Brothers Amati, Cello, c.1600 Henry Jaye, Viola, 1619 Jacob Stainer, Tenor viola, c.1650 Antonio Stradivari, ‘Viotti’ violin, 1709 Antonio Stradivari, ‘Titian’ violin, 1715 Antonio Stradivari, ‘Messiah’ violin, 1716 Domenico Montagnana, Violin, 1717 Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, Cello, 1717 Antonio Stradivari, ‘Kruse’ violin, 1721 Guarneri ‘del Gesù’, ‘Plowden’ violin, 1735 Carlo Bergonzi, Violin, 1736 Guarneri ‘del Gesù’, ‘Cessole’, ‘Teja–Ferni’ violin, 1736 Domenico Montagnana, Cello, 1740 Nicolas Lupot, Violin, 1808 Also included are the poster reference codes.These are written in brackets next to the instrument name, for those wanting to accompany the articles with the matching, life sized and detailed posters. Great Instruments hand in hand with the matching posters make an excellent resource for your workshop.
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