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Violin making

Bruce Ossman

Violin making

an illustrated guide for the amateur

by Bruce Ossman

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  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Fox Chapel Pub. Company in East Petersburg, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Violin -- Construction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBruce Ossman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML802 .O87 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23165520M
    ISBN 109781565234352
    LC Control Number2009007052
    OCLC/WorldCa310715409

    Violin making is an often forgotten or overlooked art, yet indispensable to the expression and preservation of great works of music. Since its earliest beginnings, the violin has been an embodiment of the highest ideals of art. Violin making is more than a craft, and entails much more than . --Michael Darnton/VIOLIN MAKING/Setup-- even smaller, if necessary. That I mention this option in passing should not be taken that this is commonly done—only that it may be, for instance, the way to save reaming a peg hole up to the next shaper hole size on an old violin, or on a new one where you’ve inadvertently reamed too deeply.

    The three-year, comprehensive Violin Making & Repair program at NBSS is one of the few full-time instrument making programs in the U.S. The curriculum provides a solid foundation to the art and science of stringed instrument making, and an introduction to restoration. Violin making spread from there to much of nearby Europe (other cities in Italy, Germany. France, England, Austria and Bohemia). The violin immediately became very popular among street musicians and the nobility. "The Messiah" or "Le Messie" was made by Antonio Stradivari in .

    Violin Making 'The Strad' Library, No. IX. By. Walter H. Mayson. 0 (0 Reviews) Free Download. Read Online. This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more. You can also read the full text online using our ereader. Book Excerpt. onvinces me of the unworthiness of the wood for a violin of. Feb 28,  · The Art of Violin Making is the major work for the craftsman, bringing into one volume a summary of essential information for the violin maker and player, as well as providing a historical reference. This book is essential reading for the violin maker, repairer and historian, providing a unique record of the history, social background, lives and work of the great violin makers of the past Pages:


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This book is essential reading for the violin maker, repairer and historian, providing a unique record of the history, social background, lives and work of the great violin makers of the past Cited by: 7.

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These are incomplete, partially-edited versions, mostly. “Brian Derber’s comprehensive and meticulously detailed book will be an invaluable adjunct as a supplement to hands-on instruction, this work is a unique and welcome addition to the small body of literature on violin making, and should be recommended for any serious student of the craft.

Violin-making: as it was and is, being a historical, theoretical, and practical treatise on the science and art of violin-making, for the use of violin makers and players, amateur and professional (Paperback) by Edward Heron-Allen and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

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This book is essential reading for the violin maker, repairer and historian, providing a unique record of the history, social background, lives and work of the great violin/5.

VIOLIN MAKING BY WALTER H. MAYSON, With Thirty-one Full-page PHOTO ETCHINGS, Illustrating the process of Violin-making in every stage—from the rough slab of wood to the finished Instrument.

The text is written by an Actual Violin Maker, in a very clear and lucid style. "'Popular lecture' style, with photographic illustrations."—The Times.

David Langsather violin maker and Researcher, located in: USA Salem, Oregon. Here is helpfull information on violin making and acoustical guides to improving new or existing instruments.

Included is detailed hands-on information on how to make these acoustical adjustments yourself. Over pages of interesting and useful information about Violin Making and Adjustment, as well as about Sep 25,  · A little while of playing, some time spent reading this forum, and my admiration of the artistry that went into making my violin has given me more than a passing interest in researching the making of violins.

In a perfect world I would simply pick up. Violin Making and Repairs for the Novice - Notes from the Bench, is written with the beginner violin maker in elizrosshubbell.com the person who may want to consider this as a vocation and would like to get a taste of what it is like, or for the player that wants to make a violin for their own use.

About the Book. Violinists, instrument makers, and woodworkers will delight in this fresh approach to violin making. In clear, straightforward writing accompanied by more than sketches and drawings, this book demystifies the process, debunking the myth that violins can only be made by experienced craftspeople.

Using common and readily. The Manual of Violin Making: A Supplemental Textbook Of A School Of Violin Making In The Modern Age by Brian Derber, founder of The New World School of Violin Making - Where Old World Traditions Continue In A Modern Age" This book is a comprehensive.

Violin & Bow Making, Repair Books: Works related to the making and repair of violin family instruments and their bows. Henry Strobel Violin and Cello Making Books and Videos: Henry Strobel's series of books have become valuable references in many violin shops around the world.

The book covers the history of the violin and it has good descriptions of the parts and processes of violin making. I owned three copies of the book; one I gave away and one of them is from the London This is a good historical introduction to Violin Making which was originally published in the 19th century.4/5.

Considered by many to be the greatest treatise on violin making, this was the culmination of lifelong research into Stradivari's methods. This English translation includes numerous illustrations and a full catalogue of the moulds, templates and tools from Cremona's Stradivari Museum.

The Technique of Violin Making Describes the details of making a violin from form to finish with illustrations and full-scale working drawings.

Referenced by the Bass, Viola, and 'Cello books. pages. (see the List of Topics and Plans) ISBN $ A. Atlantic Violin Supplies, located in New Brunswick, Canada, is a violin supply business providing value and service since They carry a large selection of quality violins, violin parts, bows, construction woods, finishes, accessories, technical books, strings, and much more.

The violin making manual. The purpose of this guide is to give basic information about violin making. The aspiring violin maker will have the opportunity to build a full size instrument from start to finish with the help of step by step tutorials accompanied by drawn images.

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Henry Strobel & Sons, near Salem, Oregon since His first book, Useful Measurements for Violin Makers, has become a universal reference, but there are now fourteen books and a video on making, repairing, adjusting, and understanding instruments and bows of the violin family.Mar 05,  · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.Author Edward Heron-Allen served an apprenticeship with Georges Chanot, a preeminent nineteenth-century violin maker.

The knowledge, skill, and experience Heron-Allen acquired in the master's shop are reflected in this book, which was the first to combine the history, theory, and practice of violin-making.