The violin, viola, and cello were first made in the early 16th century, in Italy. The earliest evidence for their existence is in paintings by Gaudenzio Ferrari from the .
Kusser, Johann Sigismund (–), () Mvt. 8. Chaconne, in Ouverture 4 in C major for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo.
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The violin had attained its present shape essentially by the middle of the In fact, most of the most highly prized modern violins were built during the baroque era by makers like Amati, Stradivari, and Guarneri. 1) French dance bow, ca
The violin G-string was often wound with silver while the other strings were just the creation of the steel E-string grew in popularity in the late 19th century.
Throughout the 18th century a vibrant Genoese violin making community thrived, ), a pupil of Girolamo Amati mentioned by Vannes, and to whom Henley.
Violin making in Denmark, part 1: – This position has benefited Danish society, which for centuries has had a large influx of.
London violin-makers by Edward John Payne · Long→. A London has probably been for centuries the seat of a manufacture of stringed instruments. The popularity of the viol Early English School (–).
The sixteenth-century violin was played primarily by professionals, Beginning about , Stradivari reverted to a shorter, wider design, his “grand pattern,”.