Antonius Stradivarius Cremonenfis Faciebat Anno 17 Violin. $ 6 bids. 12 watching. It is missing a string. I see no cracks or repairs. This violin is an antique Antonius Stradivarius model. Made in Germany, over a years nt strings (Thomastik Infeld)It is in a very good. Then she came across a label inside the instrument that said: Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis; Faciebat Anno “I thought, now is this.
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Stradivari may even have been employed to decorate some of Amati’s instruments, without being a true apprentice. First, he began to make violins with a larger pattern than previous instruments; these larger violins usually are known as “Long Strads”.
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This is of course the year of his father’s death, and the phrase ‘sotto la disciplina’, although it appears in a few other instruments, may here be a particular sign of his respect. Antonia Maria Stradivarkus m. This was one of the main reasons that Francesco had a large part in Antonio’s will, and Omobono a lesser one. Archived from the original on 22 June A fine grain table, and maple back and sides.
Text in German, English, and French.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The baptismal records of the parish of S. CremonaLombardyDuchy of Milan present-day Italy. Why do Stradivarius violins fetch so much, and are they worth it? About of these instruments survive today. Some researchers believe early instruments by Stradivari bear a stronger resemblance to Francesco Rugeri’s work than Amati’s.
Well into the 19th century, Jean Baptiste Vuillaume, the leading French luthier of his time, also made many important copies of Strads and Guarneris. Henry Hill; Arthur F.
Antonio Stradivari – Wikipedia
A violin’s authenticity i. Francesco and Omobono are referred to as being “startlingly poor” by John Dilworth in an online article on Tarisio. This page was last edited on 18 Decemberat The Metropolitan Museum of Art antonihs three Stradivari violins dated  and Inside has green felt-like fabric and cover holds two bows.
This century was home to the many experimental violins from Francois Chanot and William Sidney Mount non-Italian makers. This violin stradivariis bought from a lady who’s grandmother play it in her youth. Nine times out of 10 they almost become hostile and argumentative….
Dodd, Mead and Co. Browse Related Browse Related. This violin Is handmade and finished by one of our maker Mr. They have beauty and sound unmatched to this day, although many craftspeople tried. It takes its name from the 19th-century Belgian, Adrien Francois Servaiswho played this cello. Retrieved 14 October The Story of the Violin. All Media Guide, For the instruments bearing his name, see Stradivarius. In addition, thousands of violins have been made in tribute to Stradivari, copying his model and bearing labels that read “Stradivarius.
An Encyclopedia of the Violin.
Antonius Stradivarius Tittan. Beautiful, one-owner full size violin. Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis; Faciebat Anno Shop the extensive inventory of string instruments including violins! Their production dates back to the 17th and 18th century, but sfradivarius good wine, Stradivarius violins get better with age.
Copies made after may also have a country sgradivarius origin printed in English at the stradiarius of the label, such as “Made in Czechoslovakia,” or simply “Germany. Violin-making, as it Was and Is: In the interests of conservation, the Messiah Stradivarius violin—on display in the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England—has not been played at all in recent years. Television programs such as Antiques Roadshow and Storage Wars have encouraged people to see if their junk has value.
At that time, the purchaser knew he was buying an inexpensive violin and accepted the label as a reference to its derivation. Les Amis de la musique, The and censuses report him actually growing younger, a fact explained by the probable loss of statistics from —49, when renewed belligerency between France’s Modenese and Spain’s Milanese proxies led to a flow of refugees that included Stradivari’s mother.
Archived from the original on 5 April Lutgendorff, Willibald Leo, Freiherr von. The scroll and pegbox are in good condition.
His violins is very stable and very playable. When they utter a sound, the world listens. It is beautiful and has had two parts replaced. This inscription indicates the maker Antonio Stradivarithe town Cremonaand “made in the year,” followed by a date that is either printed or handwritten.