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Alard Stradivarius is a sobriquet used for two violins fabricated by Antonio Stradivari: Alard-Baron Knoop Stradivarius of ; Artot-Alard Stradivarius of 24 Etudes-Caprices, Op (Alard, Jean Delphin) Genre Categories, Studies; Caprices; For violin; [2 more ]Scores featuring the violin; For 1 player. École du violon (Alard, Jean Delphin) Alternative. Title, Violin Method. Composer, Alard, Jean Delphin Piece Style, Romantic. Instrumentation, Violin .

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The magic of the Stradivarius: the most beautiful violins in the world – Classic FM

Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. This article relating to string instruments is a stub. They’re regarded as some of the finest stringed instruments ever created, apparently possessing a sweet tone and superior sound quality. What makes Stradivarius violins so xlard

In aroundStradivari reverted to his original ideas, and started creating slightly shorter instruments once again. Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 26 Augustat Its unpolished finish, lack of patina, pale ground and general condition mean it could almost be mistaken for a 19th-century or even a modern instrument. Created inin Stradivari’s ‘golden period’ this violin takes its name from French violinist Jean-Delphin Alard, its most famed owner.

The Strad Shop Vendor: Could this be the most valuable violin in the world? However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time. He’s famous for his violins, but it might surprise you to know Stradivari was also a fine mandolin-maker. This cello, nicknamed Cristiani, was made around and currently resides at the Museo Stradivariano in the City of Cremona.

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Stradivari quickly made a name for himself as one of the most dextrous craftsmen in the world, thanks to the tiny ornate details on his instruments – notice how even the pegs holding the strings on this Viotti violin are beautifully carved. Stradivari developed his style gradually over time, with his earlier violins being slightly smaller than his later models.

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We examine a Guadagnini violin that has survived in almost pristine condition, and talk to string players who have. The Habeneck It’s not just Antonio Stradivari who’s responsible for creating the best violins in the world. It was made during Stradivari’s golden period and is regarded as the “finest of the fine,” and nec plus ultra by the W. Only two examples of Stradivarius guitars exist, this one, known as the ‘Hill’ fromand the ‘Rawlins’, created in It takes its name from a remark made by violinist Jean-Delphin Alard, discussing the merits of the unknown instrument with his father-in-law: This particular Strad, dating fromtakes its name from Baron Johann Knoop, a collector of musical instruments who possessed a total of 29 violins, violas, and cellos at one time or another including four Stradivari violas and eleven violins!

Antonio Stradivari is one of the most famous makers of stringed instruments otherwise known as luthiers of all time.

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La Pucelle Showing the differences in colour and style among Stradivari’s violins, this alaed has an ornate tailpiece design, much like the Alard Stradivarius. And dense wood means a better sound. His son, Francesco Stradivari, was also a talented luthier whose instruments are highly regarded – if not slightly eclipsed by his viiolin superior models.

Violin makers are still stumped as to why the Stradivarius instruments are so difficult to replicate – both in terms of their sound, and design. The Alard has the original neck with the initials “PS” found in the mortise of the head believed to be those of son, Paolo Stradivari.

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The Viotti Stradivari quickly made a name for himself as one of the most dextrous craftsmen in the world, thanks to the tiny ornate details on his instruments – notice how even the pegs holding the strings on this Viotti violin are beautifully carved. Perhaps it had something to do with Stradivari’s incredible carving skill, demonstrated here on the edges of the Cipriani Potter violin. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

The Alard Stradivarius Qlard Stradivari is one of the most famous makers of stringed instruments otherwise known as luthiers of all time. As well as being smaller in size, his earlier models are often not as highly vioin as his later instruments. The Lady Blunt Could this be the most valuable violin in the world?

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The magic of the Stradivarius: Apparently, during the Little Ice Age between -trees grew slower due to lower temperatures, and wood was more dense as a result. Nowadays, they are on loan to a number of famous violinists including Nicola Benedetti, David Garrett and Janine Jansen. For the Stradivari violin ofsee Artot-Alard Stradivarius.

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The Baron Knoop It’s estimated that Antonio Stradivari made around 1, violins in his lifetime, now affectionately known as ‘Strads’. Stradivarius guitar Only two examples of Stradivarius guitars exist, this one, known as the ‘Hill’ fromand the ‘Rawlins’, created in You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Parisian dealer Jean Baptiste Vuillaume took it apart in the 19th century and added a tailpiece with a carving of Joan of Arc, the virgin vviolin known as La Pucelle, from where the violin takes alarrd name.

Boissier-Sarasate In the early s, Stradivari tweaked his violin-making style once more, making the instruments slightly longer, and switched to using a darker, richer varnish, like the varnish used here on this Boissier-Sarasate violin. Take a look at pictures from the Stradivarius exhibition at Oxford’s Ashmolean museum, uncovering the beauty of these musical works of art. The Messiah Behold The Messiah. This one is owned by the Ashmolean Museum, University of Alrd.

Paganini is just one of the famous figures who’s played a Stradivarius: No one’s entirely sure why Stradivarius instruments sound the way they do, but it could be to do with the type of wood used. The Hill brothers conclude this violin is one of the instruments that came into Paolo’s possession upon the death of his brother Franceso It bears a label datedand.

Made by Antonio Stradivari and his family, these instruments are among the most valuable violins in the world, highly regarded qlard performers and audiences.