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1829 Cannone Copy
Three13 posted a topic in The Pegbox
Paganini's violins: Where are they now?
Rue posted a topic in The PegboxI see that Paganini had quite an illustrious stable of violins. He had to sell most if them off to pay debts. Other than The Cannon - where did the rest end up?
Strad Style - Coming to DIGITAL HD and HOME VIDEO
stefan1 posted a topic in Music HappeningsFestival hit, Strad Style is coming to DIGITAL HD ON NOVEMBER 7TH. You can pre-order it on iTUNES now... PRE ORDER ON ITUNES So, Pre-ordering is really helpful for us because it helps to boost the movie to the front of their page. And really -- we NEED to have violin documentaries getting seen by the world, no? In any case, it is very appreciated and please, spread the word. You can still see the movie on the big-screen If you're in: Denver, Colorado - Nov 3rd, 4th, 5th DENVER FILM FESTIVAL Brattleboro, Vermont - Nov 5th BRATTLEBORO FILM FESTIVAL Et Cultura, St. Petersburg, Florida - Nov 18th Find out more at www.stradstyle.com If you haven't yet watched the trailer - here's a link.
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Paganini with an operatic vibrato
DGV posted a topic in The FingerboardEnjoy
Good photos of Il Cannone
T Ford posted a topic in The PegboxJust wondering if there is somewhere online I'm not aware of has any high quality pics of this legendary violin? The best collection I know of is here: http://www.kevinleeluthier.com/paganini/Paganini.HTM Perhaps it is time I sign up for Cozio...are there many shots on there? Thanks
T Ford posted a topic in The FingerboardI recently ran across a scratchy, partial recording of Paganini's Nel Cor Piu on youtube performed by Natan Bondar. Apparently he is an Israeli violinist, but I cannot find out much about him. The playing the I heard really was incredible and I'm partial to Paganini...but I can find nowhere to purchase his music, or even any reference to recordings of it...or reference to him, for that matter. According to the write up on youtube, most critics agree that he gave the finest solo violin performance since the major "Hall Ha Tarbut" opened it's doors in Tel Aviv in 1945! Please fill me in if you have any info on this amazing musician.
Abram Yampolsky book
T Ford posted a topic in The FingerboardI've heard Abram Yampolsky, the Russian violin pedagogue, wrote an excellent study on Paganini. Know where I might be able to track this down? My teacher said he read it in Russian years ago and I can find no trace of it online. I'm not even sure it has been translated. Thanks