Brothers Amati tenor viola 1592 poster

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A fine example of the rarely played tenor viola, which set the standard for all the great Cremonese makers. Includes measurements

‘Generally the workmanship, though clean and delicate, lacks something of the usual pristine quality which one would normally associate with a Brothers instrument. Fortunately true art is seldom precise and the majestic beauty of this head is not marred by any shortfall in mathematical symmetry.’ – Roger Hargrave in the March 1993 issue

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 84 x 56 cm
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