The Strad Calendar 2019: Antonio Stradivari Instruments

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The Strad Calendar 2019 brings together twelve of the finest instruments ever made by Antonio Stradivari. The collection includes ten violins, nearly all from the master luthier’s ‘Golden Period’, as well as the ‘Gibson’ viola – one of only eleven surviving Stradivari violas – and the ‘Bonamy Dobrée, Suggia’ cello. With high-resolution photographs all taken by Jan Röhrmann, this is the first time in a decade that the Calendar has been devoted exclusively to Stradivari instruments – all of which can be viewed at the Tokyo Stradivarius Festival, taking place this year from 9 to 15 October at Tokyo’s Mori Arts Center.

The twelve instruments to be featured this year are:
– 1699 ‘Kustendyke’ violin
– 1707 ‘Stella’ violin
– 1711 ‘Marquis de Rivière’ violin
– 1714 ‘Leonora Jackson’ violin
– 1717 ‘Bonamy Dobrée, Suggia’ cello
– 1717 ‘Hamma’ violin
– 1718 ‘San Lorenzo’ violin
– 1722 ‘Rode’ violin
– 1726 ‘Greville, Adams, Kreisler’ violin
– 1731 ‘Rubinoff, Maurin’ violin
– 1732 ‘Red Diamond’ violin
– 1734 ‘Gibson’ viola

‘Over more than 300 years, the name Stradivarius has grown into a symbol of excellent craftsmanship and thrilling sound’ – Gregg Alf, curator of the Tokyo Stradivarius Festival exhibition

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Weight .403 kg
Dimensions 44 x 30 cm
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