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The art of fiddle-making

by John Broadhouse

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Published by Haynes & Co., Ltd. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesArt of fiddle making
Statementby John Broadhouse
SeriesViolinists" bookshelf -- no. 2
Classifications
LC ClassificationsML802 .B75
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24354563M
LC Control Number19017356

The arts and crafts book of the worshipful Guild of violin-makers of Markneukirchen, from the year to the year Petong, Richard, b. ( – (70 pag) . In the Cape Breton Fiddle, Glenn Graham, an accomplished Cape Breton fiddler, explores the rootes of the Cape BReton fiddling tradition, an art firmly rooted in Scottish Gaelic cultural forms, through an evolution that has made Cape BReton an icon of creativity recognized throughout the world.

How to make a violin: a step-by-step guide, from block of wood to beautiful instrument. Alastair Wood is a retired primary head-teacher and violinist. He also makes violins in his spare time. He made his first violin at the age of 14 with the help of one of his teachers at Chethams school of music. The art of fiddle-making. by Broadhouse, John. texts. eye 1, favorite 2 Boston Public Library (Research Library) copy bound with: Report on farm and agricultural schools and colleges in France, Germany, and Belgium -- Education and peasant industry: some state and state-aided trade schools in Germany -- The playground.

Home - Random Browse [Frontispiece: PAGANINI'S GIUSEPPE (IN THE MUNICIPAL PALACE, GENOA.)] THE VIOLIN ITS FAMOUS MAKERS AND THEIR IMITATORS BY GEORGE HART WITH NUMEROUS WOOD ENGRAVINGS FROM PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WORKS OF STRADIVARI, GUARNERI, AMATI, AND OTHERS, AND ADDITIONS AND EMENDATIONS BY . With careful maintenance, a violin can last and improve for many years. A well-tended violin can outlive many generations of violinists, so it is wise to take a curatorial view when caring for a violin. Most importantly, if the collected rosin dust is not wiped from the varnish and left for long enough, it will fuse with the varnish and become impossible to remove without damage.


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