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Liuteria ad arco, le Eccellenze della Scuola piemontese
Violin Making, Master of the Piedmontese school


Author: Giovanni Accornero


"Violin Making, Masters of the Piedmontese school" is the title of the collateral exhibition of music instruments that took place in Turin, simultaneously with the first review of “Torino Antiquaria” 2013, an important meeting of merchants and collectors of antiques.
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La Guitare, Mirecourt, les provinces françaises
Tome II

Authors: Sinier de Ridder

After the success of “La Guitare - Paris 1650-1950”, we are glad to announce the second volume of this collection dedicated to “Mirecourt, the French provinces”.
Written by Daniel Sinier and Françoise de Ridder, the book presents and analyzes instruments made by the master makers in Mirecourt who, with their instruments, have contributed to the international fame of this town and its territory.

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Conoscere la Liuteria, Capolavori inediti dall'Archivio Lucci-Marchini
Getting to know violin making - Unpublished masterpieced from the Lucci-Marchini Archive
Tome II - Lombardia e Piemonte

Authors: Raffaella Lucci e Rodolfo Marchini

With the publication of Volume II, Edizioni Il Salabue enriches the collection “Getting to know Violin making, Unpublished masterpieces from the Lucci-Marchini Archive”. This series was born thanks to an extraordinary family archives, the Lucci-Marchini collection.
The second volume presents works by great masters of the past of two other very important Italian regions: Lombardy and Piedmont.

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La Chitarra, Quattro secoli di Capolavori
The Guitar: Four centuries of Masterpieces

Authors: Giovanni Accornero, Ivan Epicoco, Eraldo Guerci

An extraordinary collection of guitars by means of which to analyse the transformations of an instrument that, through four centuries, has evolved considerably, adapting to the needs and changes occurring in classical music. With the contribution of prestigious international museums and enthusiastic private collectors, the rarest and most valuable guitars surviving today have been brought together to illustrate this process.
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G. B. Guadagnini e gli interpreti del Novecento
G. B. Guadagnini and those he inspired in the Twentieth Century

Authors: Giovanni Accornero, Ivan Epicoco, Eraldo Guerci

A new work from Edizioni Il Salabue containing much that will be of undoubted interest for violin makers, collectors, dealers and enthusiasts.
A book dedicated to Giovanni Battista Guadagnini.
At "Edizioni Il Salabue" we had long intended to enrich our catalogue by dedicating a book to the great violin maker from Piacenza, but to propose something different from the contributions and monographs currently available.

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Yearbook 2006
Auction yearbook of bowed instruments

Author: Claudio Amighetti


For the year 2006 twelve auction houses were considered, operating in five countries, for a total of thirty auction sessions.
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Yearbook 2005
Auction yearbook of bowed instruments

Author: Claudio Amighetti


For the year 2005 twelve auction houses were considered, operating in five countries, for a total of thirty-nine auction sessions. Overall, 1,314 instruments and 1,275 bows were catalogued.
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La Guitare, Paris 1650-1950
The Guitar - La Chitarra
Tome I

Authors: Sinier de Ridder

Written by Daniel Sinier and Françoise de Ridder, it is the first in a series that will be entirely dedicated to the guitar; this first volume looks at French guitars from 1650 to 1950.
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Conoscere la Liuteria, Capolavori inediti dall'Archivio Lucci-Marchini
Getting to know violin making - Unpublished masterpieces from the Lucci-Marchini Archive
Tome I - Campania e Lazio

Authors: Raffaella Lucci e Rodolfo Marchini

With this book, Il Salabue begins an important new editorial project.
It originated from a unique opportunity: that offered by an extraordinary family archive, the Lucci-Marchini Fund.

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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

The book presents the results of a unique exhibition, that boasted an absolute wealth of instruments: for the first time, three centuries of violin making are reviewed in full, through 55 instruments of the Piedmontese School, including some very rare specimens.
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Mauro Giuliani, Ascesa e declino del virtuoso della chitarra

Author: Nicola Giuliani

Any contribution that sheds new light onto the biography of Mauro Giuliani is always greeted with great interest.
Nicola Giuliani dug through libraries and archives in search of new data and information on his famous forebear, for the first time tracing a family tree.

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La famiglia Guarneri e le copie italiane del '900
The Guarneri family and 20th-century Italian copies

Author: Artemio Versari

To grasp the importance of the name Guarneri in the history of violin making, it might suffice to think how many instruments by the great masters of this family have been used as models by entire generations of makers, right down to our days. The aim of the exhibition and of the catalogue is to point up this particular aspect, enabling the original instruments to be compared with 19 violins made to the Guarneri model, each by a different violin maker, representing the various Italian schools.

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Rosa sonora - Esposizione di chitarre XVII - XX secolo

Author: Giovanni Accornero

Rosa sonora contains a range of instruments that illustrate as widely as possible the different currents of guitar making, with historical and biographical details relating to the main traditions and the most representative maestros.
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Tre Secoli di Liuteria Italiana
Three centuries of Italian Violin Making

Author: Artemio Versari

The volume presents a selected panorama of instruments made by some of the most important and representative violin makers working during three centuries' history of Italian violin making.
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Liuteria Moderna in Emilia-Romagna
Modern Violin Making in the Emilia-Romagna Region

Author: Artemio Versari

Seventy authors are present, for a total of ninety-one instruments published, with biographical notes for each violin maker and technical-descriptive data for each instrument.
This is an effective synthesis to give readers more information and guide them through the historical context of violin making in Emilia-Romagna.

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Liuteria Piemontese, Annibale Fagnola
Annibalotto Fagnola, Stefano Vittorio Fasciolo, Riccardo Genovese

Autori: Giovanni Accornero, Ivan Epicoco, Eraldo Guerci

Fagnola was able to create his own unmistakable style, reconciling his undoubted skill and artistic sensitivity with his fondness for the great names of violin making, and at the same time introducing innovation into the Piedmontese tradition. His was an entirely personal interpretation of the works of the great eighteenth- and nineteenth-century masters, Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, Giovanni Francesco Pressenda and Giuseppe Rocca.
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