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Synonyms for Amati

Italian violin maker in Cremona

a violin made by Nicolo Amati or a member of his family

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1566, by Andrea Amati -- Andrea Amati is often referred to as the founding father of the violin.
Total quantity or scope: DJ 193A Satu Mare (DJ 193) - Amati - Ruseni - Tatar - Necopoi - Homorodu Netherlands - Homorodu Middle - Upper Homorodu - Solduba - Hodisa - Socond - Ratesti (DN 19A), km 0 + 000 (0 + 900) - km 49 + 124 (49 + 099).
At one memorable valuation day the Amati team was confronted with a cello dating back to 1780 which was valued at PS300,000.
Amati - 370 pages - Re-Released by Savant Books and Publications as an eBook in March 2012
Pietro Amati, managing director of a firm that distributes the devices in the UK, said: "When a convoy reaches a village, they deploy the helicopters and check with the thermal and visual cameras what's behind walls and houses.
John Constable was the fourth member of the Sinfonietta here, his subtle pianism a well-judged foil for Paul Silverthorne's viola - a 1620 Amati as mellifluous as any tenor with taste - in Britten's haunting Lachrymae, in a reading which probed to the heart of these variations on fragments by the great lutenist/songwriter John Dowland.
Following an overview of the collection, the reader is treated to handsome color plates and descriptions of 11 "Instruments of Special Historical Significance" (including gems by Amati, del Gesh, Grancino, Guarneri and Stradivarius) and 14 "Other Instruments of Special Historical Significance" and three "Important Bows in the Collection" (a Fetique, a Francoise Xavier Tourte, and a Nicolas Leonard Tourte).
The collection includes instruments created by Antonio Stradivari, Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesu, Amati, Bergonzi, Cagliano, Guadagnini, and others.
The Amati family are usually associated with the manufacture of which musical instrument?
She is the first woman to drive a Formula One car seriously since Giovanna Amati in 1992.
We thank Marco Amati and Columba Awui for their technical support and the staff of the Mainland Holdings Crocodile Farm for their cooperation.
The award-winning Amati String Quartet will open the 36th season of the University of Oregon's Chamber Music Series this Thursday.
The last woman to drive a Formula One car on a grand prix weekend was Italian Giovanna Amati who created a swell of media interest when she tried to qualify an uncompetitive Brabham in 1992.