Compre o livro Stradivari’s Genius: Five Violins, One Cello, and Three Centuries of “A great violin is alive,” said Yehudi Menuhin of his own Stradivarius. STRADIVARIUS. A young, daring style, favouring comfort and Location. Store n .º – Floor 0 – STRADIVARIUS. See map. × . LIVRO DE RECLAMAÇÕES. Compre-o no Mercado Livre por R$ ,90 – Compre em 12 parcelas – Frete grátis. Encontre mais produtos de Livros, Livros de Áreas de Interesse, Artes.
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From the Hardcover edition. There is simply no reason not to own this book if you are interested in violins. This book traces Antonio Stradivari’s life, that of his children, and more importantly, the journeys made by 5 violins and 1 cello made by him. Formas de pagamento aceitas: That is the book published in by the three Hill brothers of the London violin-making firm. From this book I learned that the authors are expert violin makers. Rastreie seus pedidos recentes. Collectors have paid many thousands of dollars for one of Stradivari’s violins.
The Hills are the most respected scholars, ever, of the violin, and this was a landmark publication in and remains so.
Mysteries and unanswered questions proliferate from the outset-starting with the enigma of Antonio Stradivari himself.
What made this apparently unsophisticated craftsman so special? Paganini supposedly made a pact with the devil to transform the art ofthe violin-and by the end of his life he owned eleven Strads. In the course of his long career in the northern Italian city of Cremona, he created more than a thousand stringed instruments; approximately six hundred survive, their quality unequalled by any subsequent violin-maker. I really enjoyed this book.
It contains a short but thorough especially considering how little is known about the early life of Stradivari biography and explanations of the violin making process before delving into the history of 6 particular instruments.
Livro – Antonio Stradivari: His Life And Work () – R$ ,90 em Mercado Livre
In the course of his long career in the northern Italian city of Cremona, he created more than a thousand stringed instruments; approximately six hundred survive. Great history on Stradivari. The dimension information regarding Strad, Amati and Gurneri violins are informative.
Detalhes do produto Capa comum: The book is factual, but entertaining in a telling that is akin to a storytelling. Reprint 4 de abril de Idioma: Leia mais Leia menos. Despite all that technology allows today, there are no instruments that produce the beautiful depth of sound as beautifully as a Stradivari. I think I would have preferred that the history be divided into chapters that followed each individual instrument rather than an interweaving of all their stories together.
Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. This is the book to have if you love or build stringed instruments.
Presentazione del libro “Stradivari” di S. Accardo, L. Fiorentini, G. Giacomelli, P. Lenzi
Old print copies were very interesting. The incomparable visual beauty of his instruments dtradivarius the infinite variety and magnificence of tone of which they are capable have by this time passed into the realm of legend. If you are reading this book casually or among several other books it is easy to forget something that occurred two chapters ago that now has stradivsrius direct correlation to the instrument which you are now following.
I am a violinist and self-proclaimed afficionado on the subject of violins, and I like to collect books that discuss the great old masters. I am still trying to add to my collection, but many books on the subject are out of print and very expensive, As far as my order was concerned, it was expedited quickly and I got a brand new edition.
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Livro – Antonio Stradivari: His Life And Work (1644-1737)
Visualizar ou modificar seus pedidos em sua conta. Blending history, biography, meticulous detective work, and an abiding passion for music, Faber embarks on an absorbing journey as he follows some strradivarius the most prized instruments of all time.
From the salons of Vienna to the concert halls of New York, from the breakthroughs of Beethoven’s last quartets to the first phonographic recordings, Faber unfolds a narrative magnificent in its range and brilliant in its detail.
In this fascinating book, Toby Faber traces the rich, multilayered stories of six of these peerless creations—five violins and a cello—and the one towering artist who brought them into being.