Guarnerius


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Italian violin maker and grandson of Andrea Guarneri (1687?-1745)

founder of a family of Italian violin makers (1626?-1698)

a violin made by a member of the Guarneri family

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James followed the Guarnerius model and set to work on the long painstaking process of selecting the wood before cutting and shaving each panel a fraction at a time to the correct thickness.
Catalog descriptif des instrnments de Stradivarius et Guarnerius del Gesu (a facsimile of the notebook of Charles-Eugene Gand (1870-1889), Spain: Les Amis de la Musique, 1994.
The late Jascha Heifetz visited Studio City to repair his 1740 Guarnerius violin.
My violins are based on instruments made in the early 18th century in Cremona in Italy by Guiseppe Guarnerius del Gesu and Antonio Stradivarius.
There are two essential turning points in Charlottes violin: the strikingly beautiful Charlotte's debut at the Carl Nielsen Concert Hall in Odense, a performance event which leads Mogens Fausting to search for the perfect companion instrument-a Peter Guarnerius violin-for his love, Charlotte, and an occasion magically transforming Charlotte and "making her perfect and complete"; and the hundredth anniversary of the Fausting concern in Aarhus, a high point for Mogens, his elderly father, and two loyal colleagues, Dieter and Patrick.
Only these three are included among the "Memorabilia" in appendix B, but alone in three letters (18 September 1862 and 2 July 1865 to his son Alexander, also a violinist, and 4 June 1866 to the conductor Johan Hennum) he mentions owning three Guarnerius violins, a "large size" Nicolaus Amati, a second Gasparo da Salo, and one by the brothers Antonius and Hieronimus Amati, a violin, viola, and 'cello by Joseph Guarnerius, and another "lovely" 'cello.
It's a Guarnerius, but Joseph del Gesu's uncle, not Joseph.
It's my dream to have a Guarnerius, because there's something you can't describe, that you can't have in a new violin.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Under a unique loan arrangement between two of San Francisco's most venerable cultural institutions, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco has agreed to place its prized Guarnerius violin under the primary custody of the San Francisco Symphony, for the exclusive use of Concertmaster Alexander Barantschik beginning with the Symphony's Opening Gala on September 4, 2002.