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The back of a Bass Viol by Joachim Tielke, Hamburg, 1691 - restoration by Ingo Muthesius

The back of a Bass Viol by Joachim Tielke, Hamburg, 1691 - restoration by Ingo Muthesius

Lovely. My son is a violinist, but wants to learn the cello and viola as well. Voil da gamba carving

Lovely. My son is a violinist, but wants to learn the cello and viola as well. Voil da gamba carving

Joachim Tielke (1641-1719) - Viola da gamba - Hamburg (1683) #joachimtielke #violadagamba #music

Joachim Tielke (1641-1719) - Viola da gamba - Hamburg (1683) #joachimtielke #violadagamba #music

1700 German (Hamburg) Bass viol at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Viols were bowed instruments ranging from treble to bass, but by about 1780 they had been superceded by the violin and cello. However, this bass viol belonged to John Cawse (1779-1862), one of the earliest pioneers in the revival of Early Music. The body may have been made by Joachim Tielke (1641-1719), but the neck, fingerboard and tailpiece date from the mid 1720s."

1700 German (Hamburg) Bass viol at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Viols were bowed instruments ranging from treble to bass, but by about 1780 they had been superceded by the violin and cello. However, this bass viol belonged to John Cawse (1779-1862), one of the earliest pioneers in the revival of Early Music. The body may have been made by Joachim Tielke (1641-1719), but the neck, fingerboard and tailpiece date from the mid 1720s."

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