Instruments on display

 

Antonio and Girolamo Amati- violin “The King Henry IV”, 1595 ca.
(National Music Museum, Vermillion- South Dakota)

Girolamo Amati- violin 1609
(National Music Museum, Vermillion- South Dakota)

Girolamo Amati- small violin 1613
(National Music Museum, Vermillion- South Dakota)

Antonio Stradivari, choral mandolin “The Cutler-Challen”, 1680
(National Music Museum, Vermillion- South Dakota)

Antonio Stradivari- guitar “The Rawlins”, 1700
(National Music Museum, Vermillion- South Dakota)

Antonio Stradivari-violin bow  attributed to the workshop of Antonio Stradivari, 1700
(National Music Museum, Vermillion- South Dakota)

Nicola Bergonzi-viola, 1781
(National Music Museum, Vermillion- South Dakota)

Lorenzo Storioni- violin 1/2, 1793
(National Music Museum, Vermillion- South Dakota)

Antonio Stradivari –guitar  “Sabionari”, 1679LT3WEsmall 
(collection famiglia Domenichini) 

Antonio Stradivari – violin “The Hellier”, 1679 
(Evelyn & Herbert Axelrod Fine Instruments Collection)

Antonio Stradivari- violin “Lam- ex Scotland University”, 1734LT3WEsmall
(The Saw-Wing Lam Collection)

Lorenzo Storioni – violin, 1770-1780 c.
(private collection)

Giuseppe Guarneri “del Gesù” – violin ” Principe Doria”,1734LT3WEsmall
(private collection) temporarily not on display

Andrea Amati – violin “Carlo IX”, 1566 c.
(private collection) temporarily not on display

Giuseppe Guarneri “del Gesù” – violino ” Spagnoletti”,1734
(Elliot Golub)

Nicolò Amati-violin, 1650
(Collection FoundationAlago Familien Stiftung)

Antonio Stradivari-violin “Golden Bell”, 1668
(Collection Foundation Alago Familien Stiftung)