Brothers Amati cello c.1600 poster

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As the only known example of this specific form of instrument, this Brothers Amati five-stringed cello c.1600 from the workshops of Cremona, is something of a curiosity. Includes measurements

‘This instrument is a strange and contentious but charming beast, an oddity in the works of the Amati family and in the history of the cello. Well known in its present form as the five-stringed instrument used by Amaryllis Fleming to perform the Sixth Cello Suite of J.S. Bach, it is the only known example of this specific form of instrument from the workshops of Cremona’ – John Dilworth in the February 2008 issue of The Strad

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 86 x 68 cm
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