Pietro Giacomo Rogeri, Brescia, 1715, the 'Milanollo'
Back: One-piece with broad curl descending to the right
Top: of pine, fine-grained at the center, opening towards the flanks
Scroll: rather plain
Ribs: of broad curl
Varnish: Orange on a golden ground
Length of back: 35.3 cm
Upper bouts: 16.47 cm
Middle bouts: 10.78 cm
Lower bouts: 20.28 cm
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Notes:"Although this interesting instrument was known for years as a G. B. Rogeri, it can be considered a work of his son Pietro Giacomo."
Liutai in Brescia: 1520-1724, Eric Blot, Liutai in Brescia: 1520-1724, Cremona
One of the instruments exhibited in Brescia in June, 2007 at the "Gio Paolo Maggini Secoli di dettagli" exhibition.
|in 1973||Paolo Peterlongo|
|in 2007||Fondazione Pro Canale - Milano|
- Gio Paolo Maggini, Exhibition - Brescia, Italy, 2007
- Liutai in Brescia: 1520-1724, Eric Blot, Eric Blot Edizioni, Cremona (illustrated)
- Patronage and investment in fine musical instruments, Fondazione Pro Canale, Milan (illustrated)
- Strumenti ad Arco, Paolo Peterlongo, Edizioni Siei, Milan (illustrated)
- The Violin: Its physical and acoustic principles, Paolo Peterlongo, Paul Elek, London (illustrated)