The Resource Notice of Anthony Stradivari, : the celebrated violin-maker, known by the name of Stradivarius:, preceded by historical and critical researches on the origin and transformations of bow instruments; and followed by a theoretical analysis of the bow, and remarks on Francis Tourte, the author of its final improvements. By F. J. Fétis. Translated (with the permission of the author) by John Bishop

Notice of Anthony Stradivari, : the celebrated violin-maker, known by the name of Stradivarius:, preceded by historical and critical researches on the origin and transformations of bow instruments; and followed by a theoretical analysis of the bow, and remarks on Francis Tourte, the author of its final improvements. By F. J. Fétis. Translated (with the permission of the author) by John Bishop

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Notice of Anthony Stradivari, : the celebrated violin-maker, known by the name of Stradivarius:
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Notice of Anthony Stradivari,
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the celebrated violin-maker, known by the name of Stradivarius:
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preceded by historical and critical researches on the origin and transformations of bow instruments; and followed by a theoretical analysis of the bow, and remarks on Francis Tourte, the author of its final improvements. By F. J. Fétis. Translated (with the permission of the author) by John Bishop
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eng
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1784-1871
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Fétis, François-Joseph
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ML424.S8
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F32
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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1817-1890
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Bishop, John
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  • Stradivari, Antonio
  • Tourte, François
  • Violin
  • Stringed instruments
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Notice of Anthony Stradivari, : the celebrated violin-maker, known by the name of Stradivarius:, preceded by historical and critical researches on the origin and transformations of bow instruments; and followed by a theoretical analysis of the bow, and remarks on Francis Tourte, the author of its final improvements. By F. J. Fétis. Translated (with the permission of the author) by John Bishop
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1 online resource (xiv, 132 pages
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frontispiece (facsim.) illustrations (incl. music))
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Notice of Anthony Stradivari, : the celebrated violin-maker, known by the name of Stradivarius:, preceded by historical and critical researches on the origin and transformations of bow instruments; and followed by a theoretical analysis of the bow, and remarks on Francis Tourte, the author of its final improvements. By F. J. Fétis. Translated (with the permission of the author) by John Bishop
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1 online resource (xiv, 132 pages
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online
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frontispiece (facsim.) illustrations (incl. music))
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