Vintage Cremona Violin by TreasureHuntersShop on Etsy

Vintage Cremona Violin by TreasureHuntersShop on Etsy

"The Cremona Violin" — a poem by imagist poet Amy Lowell

The Cremona Violin by Amy Lowell

"The Cremona Violin" — a poem by imagist poet Amy Lowell

GCV Cremona Violin - Kreisler Model The Kreisler model violin replica is a copy of Guarneri del Gesu’s master piece, the “Kreisler”, ca. 1730, which was used by the great violinist Fritz Kreisler as his primary concert instrument. The “Kreisler” 1730 had long been regarded as among the finest works of Guarneri's early years.

Cremona Violin - GCV Violins started to emulate Cremona stringed instruments skillfully according to the Cremona models, acquiring recognition and achievement in the market.Cremona Kreisler Violin - These violins are so good GCVGCV Cremona Violin - Kreisl

1669 Italian (Cremona) Violin at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Violin Maker: Nicolò Amati (Cremona Cremona) Date: 1669 Geography: Cremona, Italy Culture: Italian (Cremona) Medium: Spruce, maple, other woods Dimensions: Body length (belly): 35 cm in. Upper bouts: cm in. Middle bouts: cm in. Lower bouts: cm in.

The Antonius. Antonio Stradivari  (Italian, Cremona 1644–1737 Cremona) Date: 1711 Geography: Cremona, Italy Medium: Maple, spruce, ebony.

The Antonius. Antonio Stradivari (Italian, Cremona Cremona) Date: 1711 Geography: Cremona, Italy Medium: Maple, spruce, ebony.

You can find a selection of CREMONA VIOLINS i the store at   http://jsmartmusicworld.com

You can find a selection of CREMONA VIOLINS i the store at http://jsmartmusicworld.com

Based in Cremona, the Friends of Stradivari network brings together instruments owned by collectors and stringed-instrument enthusiasts from around the world. The Strad Calendar 2018 celebrates twelve of these treasures, with this violin from a private collection in Germany featuring in October. Text by John Dilworth

Based in Cremona, the Friends of Stradivari network brings together instruments owned by collectors and stringed-instrument enthusiasts from around the world. The Strad Calendar 2018 celebrates twelve of these treasures, with this violin from a private collection in Germany featuring in October. Text by John Dilworth

Giuseppe Guarneri 'del Gesù', 1741, the 'Vieuxtemps' | Tarisio

Bartolomeo Giuseppe Guarneri 'del Gesù', Violin, , the 'Vieuxtemps'

Metropolitan Museum of Art                         Violin, 1669 made by Nicolò Amati (Italian, 1596–1684)
Cremona, Italy
Spruce, maple, other woods
L. of body 13 13/16 in. (35 cm) (belly), L. of upper bouts 6 3/8 in. (16.1 cm), L. of middle bouts 4 3/8 in. (11 cm), L. of lower bouts 7 7/8 in. (20.1 cm)
Gift of Evelyn Stark, 1974 (1974.229)

Violin 1669 made by Nicolò Amati (Italian, Cremona, Italy Spruce, maple, other woods

Joseph Filius Andrea Guarneri, Cremona circa 1725

An Important Italian Violin by Joseph Filius Andrea Guarneri, Cremona circa 1725 for sale in Brompton's June 2014 auction.

Violin "Le Messie" by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona 1716 Draw by John Pringle, 1980 The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Violin "Le Messie" by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona 1716 Draw by John Pringle, 1980 The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Cremona Violin Shoulder Rest Replacement Feet 4/4 - 3/4 Violin

Cremona Violin Shoulder Rest Replacement Feet 4/4 - 3/4 Violin

Violin Shoulder Rest, Anton

The Auditorium at the new Cremona Violin Museum : Giorgio Palù,architect, Japanese acoustician Yasuhisa Toyota l Right in the heart of strings - News & Stories at STYLEPARK

Right in the heart of strings

The Auditorium at the new Cremona Violin Museum : Giorgio Palù,architect, Japanese acoustician Yasuhisa Toyota l Right in the heart of strings - News & Stories at STYLEPARK

Antonio Stradivari. Cremona #violin  #violinmaking

Antonio Stradivari lived and worked in Cremona, Italy from 1644 until During his long life he made more than 1000 violins of which something over half are known to be still in existence.

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