Also, he found that maple used by Stradivari
in a violin and a cello three centuries ago seemed to contain chemicals not found in natural wood instruments.
Paganini and Viotti, violinists of genius, brought Stradivari
international fame in the 19th century.
made about 1,200 violins in his lifetime, and sold them only to the very rich, primarily the royalty.
It is one of only five recorded examples of a violin made by Stradivari
Following the phenomenal success of its award-winning Garritan Personal Orchestra, the company announced the Jazz & Big Band library, and the virtual Stradivari
Shumsky plays the Stradivari
instrument once owned by Rode himself.
VIOLINIST Tasmin Little had the best possible start to her career when her father bought her an instrument made by Italian craftsman Antonio Stradivari
The first product to utilize Sonic Morphing is the Garritan Stradivari
Violin Sample Library.
Testament to the greatness of the Stradivari
collection, a genuine "Strad" is on display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
6 million Antonio Stradivari
violin which disappeared from the workshop of a New York violinmaker.
She may be young but with her 1727 Stradivari
violin (on extended loan we are told) and sparkling talent she electrified the evening.
He plays a Maggini violin made in 1660 on loan from The Stradivari
There are no equivalents of Boalch and Clinkscale, let alone O'Brien and Pollens, though Herbert Goodkind, Violin Iconography of Antonio Stradivari
a leading provider of supply chain execution and order fulfillment technologies, (NASDAQ:VETX), has released Stradivari
Web, its browser-based warehouse management system (WMS).
KIEV, Ukraine, December 22, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- A Ukrainian violin master from a remote town in the west of the country makes violins which have already brought him the title of a Ukrainian Stradivari