Antonio Stradivari


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Noun1.Antonio Stradivari - Italian violin maker who developed the modern violin and created violins of unequaled tonal quality (1644?-1737)Antonio Stradivari - Italian violin maker who developed the modern violin and created violins of unequaled tonal quality (1644?-1737)
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1737: Antonio Stradivari, violinmaker, died in his nineties at Cremona, Italy.
1737: Antonio Stradivari, violin-maker, died in his nineties at Cremona, Italy.
It is believed that Antonio Stradivari learned a lot from
The young, spirited Dover Quartet, winner of the Cleveland Quartet Award and the Avery Fisher Career Grant, plays the Librarys superb Stradivari instruments in a pair of concerts honoring the Antonio Stradivari Memorial in December.
It was a visually extravagant smorgasbord, theatrically decadent and magnificently staged: a multimillion Euro 1689 Antonio Stradivari, Archintus cello, performed by the Latvian international cellist Maxim Beitan, single prawns served in crystal glasses, Latvia's leading choir "Sola," performing Il Canto degli Italiani (The Song of the Italians) Italy's national anthem, marking its 150th year anniversary since composed.
It might seem like a typical late-Victorian chiller, but Falkner's attribution of mystical powers to violins made by the 18th-century Italian craftsman Antonio Stradivari is a fair reflection of their reputation among top violinists today.
El tio Andrea fue aprendiz del famoso Niccolo Amati (1596-1698), y se piensa que al tiempo de su tirocinio (aprendizaje) convivio en el mismo taller con Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737).
Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737) made his prized Stradivarius violins in Cremona, but the craft is growing in other cities in the Lombardy region, including Milan and nearby Pavia.
He plays an Antonio Stradivari violin from 1698, Cremona, generously loaned to him by a patron of the Beare's International Violin Society.
The dealer recognized the violin as the "Ames Stradivarius," which was crafted by Antonio Stradivari in 1734 and later purchased by Roman.
Douglas uses planes, chisels, knives, gouges, files and scrapers to shape each instrument, creating models based on the work of the greats, Antonio Stradivari and Giuseppe Guarneri.
Billed as one of the finest classical musicians of the 20th and early 21st centuries, the multiple Grammy-winning Perlman plays a historic Soil Stradivarius made in 1714 during the golden period of Antonio Stradivari.