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The work of Ettore Soffritti gains sophistication throughout his career, yet remains true to his roots in the Ferrarese school

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Nikolai Kittel, part 2
Klaus Grünke and Josef Gabriel

By the time Kittel’s business passed to his son in 1868, he had probably already established a connection with the talented maker Heinrich Knopf

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The scandal of Nicolas Léonard Tourte
Duane Rosengard and Paul Childs

New research into the life of François Xavier Tourte has uncovered some unexpected revelations about his brother, Nicolas Léonard

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Carlo Bergonzi, part 2
John Dilworth

Although Carlo Bergonzi moved into the Casa Stradivari in 1745, his instruments show closer ties to Vincenzo Rugeri and Guarneri ‘del Gesù’

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    Fine Tonewood from the Workshop of Roger Hargrave!

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    Simone Fernando Sacconi & the Sacconi Quartet Instruments

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  3. May 16, 2017

    Italian Cello Making, Origins to 1750 Brochure

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  4. May 15, 2017

    May 2017 New York • Results

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  5. May 10, 2017

    Preview: June 2017 London Highlights

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  6. May 9, 2017

    A catch up with our Young Artists Grants 2016 Winners

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