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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The Definitive Guide to Classical Music. Now, thanks to the publicity around that recovery, he says he gets as many as 10 inquiries per day. Antonio Stradivari was born inand established his shop in Cremona, Italy, where he remained active until his death in Shipping in US only.

Ina Venetian banker ordered a complete set of instruments, which he planned to present to King James II of England. Prospero then stop, and it is unknown whether they had any children from to Late-period instruments made from the late s until his death in show signs of Stradivari’s advancing age.

A clue to how they would have met lies in the Easter census, which lists the Ferraboschi family four houses away from the Amati residence. Rhiannon Nachbaur The truth is often hard to swallow.

Violin Iconography of Antonio Stradivari, Treatises on the Life and Work of the Patriarch of the Violinmakers. An alternative theory is that Stradivari started out as a woodworker: Stradivari purchased a house now known as No. After Stradivari’s death, this drastically changed. Vincenzo Panormo was also one of the many luthiers stradivariys based many of his violins on Strads.


Copies made after may also have a country of origin printed stradivariud English at the bottom of the label, such as “Made in Czechoslovakia,” or simply “Germany. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Antonio Stradivari. The period from until the s is often termed the “golden period” of his production. The Cremonese maker, Vincenzo Rugeriwhile staying true to the Grand Amati Pattern by Nicolo Amati, was influenced by Stradivari in that he adopted a somewhat lower arch consistent with Stradivarian ideals.

The 19th century was not as eventful in comparison to the previous centuries. As people srtadivarius these instruments today, the knowledge of where they came from is lost, and the labels can be misleading. Some violinists and cellists use Stradivari instruments in their work.

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Just as tensions with the U. Stradivari’s instruments are regarded as amongst the finest bowed stringed instruments ever created, are highly stravivarius, and are still played by professionals today.

The term Stradivarius refers to several types of string instruments, including violas and cellos. Archived from the original on 9 November Inside has green felt-like fabric and cover holds two bows.

In recent years, stravivarius has not been played at all owing to the demands of conservation. Shop the extensive inventory of string instruments including violins!

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Many replicas of Stradivarius violins exist, some with labels inside them that say Antonio Stradivari’s name, such as antonuus one pictured here. His violins is very stable and very playable.

He had a great ability to imitate the original varnish and intricacy of the instrument. List of Stradivarius instruments.

Since thousands of instruments are based on Stradivari’s models and bear the same name as his models, many unwary people are deceived into purchasing forged Stradivarius instruments, which can be avoided by authenticating the instrument. This inscription indicates the maker Antonio Stradivari antoniks, the town Cremonaand “made in the year,” followed by a date that is either printed or handwritten. Archived from the original on 3 May Just as Paolo, he would inherit six violins.


In the 18th century, Cremonese luthiers were the suppliers and stracivarius players on the demand side. Disen has working with violin for about two de Straxivarius truth is often hard to swallow. This page was last updated: Retrieved 14 October Request Reprint or Submit Correction.

Why do Stradivarius violins fetch so much, and are they worth it? Antonius Stradivarius Tittan. The New Grove Violin Family. Archived from the original on 21 April Browse Related Browse Related.

Last year, investigators in Milwaukee found a stolen one in an attic. CremonaLombardyDuchy of Milan present-day Italy. Paolo, the youngest child, was to get six finished violins as well as some household effects and cash. That was all that was written in the will for him. As for Annunciata Caterina, Antonio left her jewelry, income on loans, clothing and linens. Also, allowing mild inflation, Antonio made a loan of 12, lire in Da Capo Press, Also, soon after Stradivari’s death, most of the other major Cremonese luthiers would die, putting an end to the golden period of Cremona’s violin making, which lasted more than years, starting with the Amatis and ending with the Cerutis.