Czuczu Tamás

Czuczu Tamás

Czuczu Tamás
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Giuseppe Guarneri 'del Gesu' violin from 1743, known as the 'Carrodus', loaned to ACO Artistic Director Richard Tognetti by an anonymous Australian benefactor.

Giuseppe Guarneri 'del Gesu' violin from 1743, known as the 'Carrodus', loaned to ACO Artistic Director Richard Tognetti by an anonymous Australian benefactor.

Antonio Stradivari, 1666 | Tarisio

Antonio Stradivari, 1666 | Tarisio

Three Stradivarius. The Gould, the Francesca and the Antonius. The original Stradivarius violin was designed to be tuned to 432 hz!

Three Stradivarius. The Gould, the Francesca and the Antonius. The original Stradivarius violin was designed to be tuned to 432 hz!

The Antonio Stradivari Violin of 1703

The Antonio Stradivari Violin of 1703

f holes, Nicola Bergonzi viola, Cremona circa 1781

f holes, Nicola Bergonzi viola, Cremona circa 1781

Violin

Violin

Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737) - *Barrere* - Cremona (1727) #stradivari #barrere #violin love late period strad sound. This one might have franciscos work on it though

Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737) - *Barrere* - Cremona (1727) #stradivari #barrere #violin love late period strad sound. This one might have franciscos work on it though

An article on Giovanni Battista Guadagnini for sale at Christie's.

An article on Giovanni Battista Guadagnini for sale at Christie's.

Stradivarius 1715 Violin Joachim This is one of the five 1715 violins once owned by the famed Hungarian violinist, Joseph Joachim (1831-1907). This violin was later bequeathed to Joachim’s great-niece Adela d’Aranyi, who was a violinist and a pupil of Joachim. Therefore, it is also known as “Joachim-Aranyi”. It had since remained in the Aranyi family until Nippon Music Foundation acquired it. Long-Term Loan Recipients ・Apr 2001 - Jun 2009Sayaka Shoji Instruments Owned by Nippon Music…

Stradivarius 1715 Violin Joachim This is one of the five 1715 violins once owned by the famed Hungarian violinist, Joseph Joachim (1831-1907). This violin was later bequeathed to Joachim’s great-niece Adela d’Aranyi, who was a violinist and a pupil of Joachim. Therefore, it is also known as “Joachim-Aranyi”. It had since remained in the Aranyi family until Nippon Music Foundation acquired it. Long-Term Loan Recipients ・Apr 2001 - Jun 2009Sayaka Shoji Instruments Owned by Nippon Music…

Music Museum - Andrea Amati cello, 1538

Music Museum - Andrea Amati cello, 1538