The violin-makers of the Guarneri family (1626-1762)
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The violin-makers of the Guarneri family (1626-1762) their life and work by William Henry Hill

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Published by Holland Press in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Guarneri family.,
  • Violin.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby William Henry Hill, Arthur F. Hill, and Alfred Ebsworth Hill. With an introductory note by Edward J. Dent.
ContributionsHill, Arthur F. 1860-1939, Hill, Alfred Ebsworth, 1862-1940
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxi, 173 p.
Number of Pages173
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21957993M

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The Violin-Makers of the Guarneri Family (): Their Life and Work Hardcover – June 1, by Alfred Hill (Author)5/5(2).   This famous book has the rare distinction of having been written by one family of distinguished violin-makers and experts — the Hill family of London — about another — the legendary Guarneri family of Mantua, Cremona, and Venice. The Hills were unrivaled connoisseurs with a family tradition of violin-making, restoration, and : William Henry Hill. The Violin-Makers of the Guarneri Family () by William Henry Hill () Paperback – January 1, /5(12). Guarneri Family, celebrated family of violin makers of Cremona, Italy. The first was Andrea (c. –98), who worked with Stradivari in the workshop of Nicolò Amati (son of Girolamo). His son Giuseppe (–c. ) at first made instruments like his father’s but later made them in a style of his o.

Guarneri Family of Violin Makers Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu. The most illustrious member of this famous family of violin makers was Bartolomeo Giuseppe Guarneri(Cremona, Italy, ), the fifth and last member of the family, grandson of Andrea, son of Giuseppe Giovanni Battista. He is more familiarly known as Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu. The most illustrious member of this famous family of violin makers was Bartolomeo Giuseppe Guarneri(Cremona, Italy, ), the fifth and last member of the family, grandson of Andrea, son of Giuseppe Giovanni Battista. He is more familiarly known as Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu.   When the Rugeri boys reached adulthood the family business expanded. Vincenzo married in and within a year had moved into town. A few years later he was the owner of a shop which competed with the other major players in Cremona (Amati, Guarneri, Stradivari) and perhaps still collaborated with his family’s workshop on the outskirts. This famous book has the rare distinction of having been written by one family of distinguished violin-makers and experts -- the Hill family of London -- about another -- the legendary Guarneri family of Mantua, Cremona, and Venice. The Hills were unrivaled connoisseurs with a family tradition of violin-making, restoration, and scholarship/5(12).

The Violin Makers of the Guarneri Family, (Dover Books on Music) William Henry Hill, Arthur F. Hill, and Alfred Ebsworth Hill Published by Dover Publications Inc. The Violin Makers of the Guarneri Family () Their Life and Work Arthur Alfred and W. Henry Hill Published by The Holland Press Limited, London (). The Violin-makers of the Guarneri Family, - William Henry Hill, Arthur Frederick Hill, Alfred Ebsworth Hill - Google Books Profusely illustrated history of the life and work of the 5. This famous book has the rare distinction of having been written by one family of distinguished violin-makers and experts — the Hill family of London — about another — the legendary Guarneri family of Mantua, Cremona, and Venice. The Hills were unrivaled connoisseurs with a family tradition of violin-making, restoration, and scholarship.