The Strad Calendar 2017

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The Academies Collection

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The Strad’s 2017 calendar pays tribute to the conservatoires, music schools and academies that provide the backbone and ensure the future of the great classical music tradition. Twelve instruments, including examples by Antonio Stradivari, the Brothers Amati and Pietro Guarneri of Mantua are featured, along with some surprises – such as a 19th-century church bass by American luthier Abraham Prescott. This calendar will be essential for students, teachers and anyone with an interest in beautiful stringed instruments.

Full list of featured instruments

  1. 1629 Brothers Amati violin
  2. 1679 Nicolò Amati violin
  3. 1685 Antonio Stradivari violino piccolo
  4. 1700 Antonio Stradivari ‘Stauffer’ cello
  5. 1709 Antonio Stradivari  ‘Hochschule Berlin, Marteau’ violin
  6. 1709 Antonio Stradivari ‘Viotti, ex-Bruce’ violin
  7. 1714 Antonio Stradivari ‘Joachim–Ma’ violin
  8. 1714 Pietro Guarneri of Mantua violin
  9. 1716 Antonio Stradivari ‘Provigny’ violin
  10. 1726 Antonio Stradivari ‘Marquis de Corboron’ cello
  11. 1736 Antonio Stradivari ‘Belle Skinner’ violin
  12. c.1809–20 Abraham Prescott church bass
Additional information
Weight .403 kg
Dimensions 44 x 30 cm
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