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Count Cozio Di Salabue

Federico Sacchi

Count Cozio Di Salabue

A Biographical Sketch of This Celebrated Violin Collector

by Federico Sacchi

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Published by Library Reprints .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Composers & Musicians - General,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10541175M
    ISBN 10072226044X
    ISBN 109780722260449

    In the summer months of Count Cozio di Salabue made detailed measurements of some of his instruments. thOn 29 May he measured a Stradivari violin: , 29 mago, Milo. forma (P.G.) misure del mio piu bello e grande V[iolin]o di Ant[oni]o Stradivari del Ver[ni]ce rossa, prese col Compasso compresi li profili del Coperchio The Guadagnini family of violin makers: a treatise having as its principal subject Giovanni Battista Guadagnini with a chapter devoted to his father, Laurentius, and mention of descendants recorded as workers in the craft.

    Count Cozio di Salabue, who set out in the s to acquire as many Stradivari instruments as possible for his collection, had no compunction about sending these off to Francesco and Pietro Giovanni Mantegazza in Milan for an upgrade. And so it continued. Pollens writes, “Shortly after Cozio’s death in , many of the. In some ways this makes perfect sense. The timing is right and the earliest sources – Arisi, Cozio di Salabue, Lancetti and Fetis – all followed this line. There is just one piece of real evidence, however: the famous ‘Alumnus Amati’ label of , which the Hills show in their Stradivari book.

    Many of his best instruments were obtained from Count Cozio di Salabue, a contrasting character of aristocratic birth, but equally enthralled by the great violins produced by the makers of Northern Italy only a generation or so earlier, who were by the time both Cozio and Tarisio were active, virtually extinct. Cecil’s book charts its history, beginning with one of its first owners, the renowned Italian collector Count Cozio di Salabue, and right up to its dendrochronological analysis by Peter Ratcliff. The book also contains a detailed description of the instrument, complete with stunning photography by Hiroko Umezawa, and a foreword by Charles Beare.


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Count Cozio Di Salabue by Federico Sacchi Download PDF EPUB FB2

By Inge Kjemtrup. H ad Count Cozio di Salabue never lived, the history of the violin would be much the poorer, particularly when it comes to what we know about Antonio Stradivari. Over the course of his long life, Count Cozio (–) was an instrument collector, a dealer, a patron, and archivist.

He is the bridge between the great Italian makers of the 17th and 18th centuries and our own. Count Cozio di Salabue: A biographical sketch of this celebrated violin collector [Sacchi, Federico] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Count Cozio di Salabue: A biographical sketch of this celebrated violin collectorAuthor: Federico Sacchi.

Strings By Mail Il Conte Cozio di Salabue, Liuteria e Collezionismo in Piemonte - Count Cozio of Salabue:Violin Making and Collecting in Piedmont Authors: Giovanni Accornero, Ivan Epicoco, Eraldo Guerci Book details: pages, 24 x 32 cm, bound with hard cover Dual-language edition: English and Italian Suggested Retail: € ($ USD) Anyone interested in the history of violin making Brand: Edizioni Il Salabue-Tbrwood.

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Count Cozio di Salabue: a biographical sketch of this celebrated violin collector: with an appendix containing his unpublished manuscript and letters to Vincenzo Lancetti on the Cremonese school and notes.

[Federico Sacchi; Towry Piper]. Co-translation of Count Cozio de Salabue: Notes on Violin Making and Adjustment. Taynton Press, Used copies occasionally available. Co-translation of The Secrets of Stradivari. Libreria del Convegno, Cremona, * *This book is now available in reprint. Life.

Carlo Cozio was born in Casale Monferrato around He married Donna Taddea dei Marchesi di Barbiano di Chieri and by her had one son: Count Ignazio Alessandro Cozio di Salabue (–) who became a famous collector of violins.

In he completed the manuscript of Il Giuoco degli Scacchi o sia Nuova idea di attacchi, difese e partiti del Giuoco degli Scacchi, which was Born: c. Casale Monferrato, Italy. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Count Cozio di Salabue by Federico Sacchi,Dulau edition, in English Count Cozio di Salabue ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: Memoirs of a Violin Collector: Count Ignazio Alessandro Cozio di Salabue, Memoirs of a Violin Collector: Count Ignazio Alessandro Cozio di Salabue, Baltimore Cozio's Notes, "Measurements of my largest and best violin made by Carlo Bergonzi into which I.

documentary realities and Chinese whispers Nicholas Sackman and Brandon Frazier: documentary realities and Chinese whispers 2 Although some of Count Cozio’s documents have been treated for preservation, others, as far as one In this book, Cozio di Salabue’s memoirs, correspondence, and explicit notes, which were taken from.

Count Ignazio Alessandro Cozio di Salabue was born in Casale Monferrato On February 14th, His father was Count Carlo Francesco di Montiglio e Salabue (born in Casale Monferrato - † Salabue ) who married Matilde Taddea of the Marquis of Balbiano from Colcavagno family (.

- †?) in Turin on April 17th   Buy online, view images and see past prices for Two Violin Books, Dipper, Andrew, Count Ignazio Alessandro Cozio Di Salabue, and Sacconi, Simone, The Secrets of Stradivari. Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles.

As we saw in part 1, the ‘Messie’ Stradivari violin appears to have passed from the collection of Count Cozio to that of Luigi Tarisio at some point in the is not untilhowever, that there is any hard evidence of communication between the two Piedmontese collectors, possibly related to the fact that several sources indicate that Tarisio himself was illiterate.

The market for fine stringed musical instruments was probably pioneered by the Italians, Count Cozio di Salabue () and Luigi Tarisio (). 最近得空來處理Tokyo Quartet演奏的Bartok String Quartets No.1 & 5 (其他沒有收到)的老帶子. 雖然這肯定沒有"票房", 但衝著Tokyo Quartet. Carlo Cozio. 2 likes. Carlo Cozio, Count of Montiglio and Salabue was an Italian chess player and theorist.

He is best remembered for the book Il giuoco. 61 () Inventory of violins formerly possessed by Count Cozio di Salabue with the relative estimated prices at the date (very interesting).

62 () Letters from Count Cozio to Giovanni Antonio Marche (sic), maker of Stringed Instruments ad Bologna, and to Count Maggi, at Cremona about violin varnish.

(N.B, In his notes Count Cozio gives. From Count Cozio di Salabue to Giuseppe Fiorini, from the Bisiachs in Milan to the foundation of the first schools of violin making, the history of bowed instruments during the past two centuries in Italy, narrated through the testimonies of the leading makers of our times and featuring the instruments of the most important Italian collections, rare photographic and video documents.

Probably the first of the titled Italians to become so deeply enamoured of the violin that he accumulated fine works to satisfy his hobby as a collector and thus became a leading figure in the archives of violin lore was the wealthy Count Ignazio Alessandro Cozio di Salabue of Casale-Monferrato in Piedmont, born Brand: Dover Publications.

From Count Cozio di Salabue to Giuseppe Fiorini, from the Bisiachs in Milan to the foundations of the first schools of violin making, the history of bowed instruments during the past two centuries in Italy, narrated through the testimonials of the leading makers of our times, and featuring the instruments of the most important Italian.

Buy Salabue, Cozio Di. Carteggio 1st. by Cozio Di Salabue, Renzo Bacchetta (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).Carlo Bergonzi was the last of the great Cremonese violinmakers, and this instrument is a particularly famous example of his work.

It is first recorded in the collection of Count Cozio di Salabue (), who seems to have inserted the misleading imitation Stradivari label that it currently bears.

(Text continues below the photos). Buy Count Cozio Di Salabue: A Biographical Sketch of This Celebrated Violin Collector by Sacchi, Federico (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Federico Sacchi.