School of Joachim Tielke: Division Viol (89.4.956) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
This bass viol is the only instrument known to have been made by Martin Voigt of Hamburg. Voigt may have been a pupil of Joachim Thielke, who was Hamburg’s greatest luthier around 1700. This instrument is as beautifully decorated as any made by Thielke. The neck is decorated with four Greek gods and goddesses — Apollo, Venus, Mercury and Diana — inlaid in mother of pearl. In Greek myth Mercury was supposed to have invented the lyre, and Apollo excelled at playing it. The lyre was…
Violone (da Gasparo da Salo', circa 1590) D tuned violone after the original instrument (version with PEGS) Sizes: String length cm 99; Body length cm 102; upper bouts cm 50,5; middle bouts cm 37,5; lower bouts cm 66,5; ribs height cm 21,5
La basse de viole Collichon 1683, à la Cité de la Musique Paris.
Violone in G, Michael Bornhak 2010, Mensur 96 cm
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Rehairing a Violin Bow
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