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Martin Biller - Viola d’amore after Jean Baptiste Deshayes Salomon (c.1740) #MartinBiller #ViolaDamore

Martin Biller - Viola d’amore after Jean Baptiste Deshayes Salomon (c.1740) #MartinBiller #ViolaDamore

Carlos Prieto (born 1937) is a Mexican cellist and writer. He plays a Stradivarius cello named the "Piatti" after Carlo Alfredo Piatti, affectionatelly nicknamed "Chelo Prieto" by the current owner. He is a promoter of contemporary, original classical instrument music by Latin American composers. The Carlos Prieto International Cello Competition is held every two years in Mexico.

Carlos Prieto (born 1937) is a Mexican cellist and writer. He plays a Stradivarius cello named the "Piatti" after Carlo Alfredo Piatti, affectionatelly nicknamed "Chelo Prieto" by the current owner. He is a promoter of contemporary, original classical instrument music by Latin American composers. The Carlos Prieto International Cello Competition is held every two years in Mexico.

Johannes Florenus Guidantus: Viola d'amore (2009.41) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Johannes Florenus Guidantus: Viola d'amore (2009.41) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Homemade Guitars - Blues History & Cigar Box Guitars: Model -3- String…

Homemade Guitars - Blues History & Cigar Box Guitars: Model -3- String…

The Baryton is a bowed string instrument which shares some characteristics with instruments of the viol family,[1] distinguished by an extra set of plucked strings. It was in regular use in Europe up until the end of the 18th century. - Baryton by Ferdinand Wilhelm Jaura, 1934 after Simon Schodler, 1782

The Baryton is a bowed string instrument which shares some characteristics with instruments of the viol family,[1] distinguished by an extra set of plucked strings. It was in regular use in Europe up until the end of the 18th century. - Baryton by Ferdinand Wilhelm Jaura, 1934 after Simon Schodler, 1782

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