Encyclopedia of Violin-makersBook - 1968
"The result of a lifetime of scholarship and study the Encyclopedia of violin-makers is the definitive history of the craft as it developed in Central and Western Europe and as it spread across the world... Biographical details and comments on characteristics in the style of every known craftsman are given, together with illustrations of instruments by the most important makers, a bibliography and a supplement describing the stringed instruments of the world..."--Book jacket.
Publisher: London, Paul Hamlyn, 1968
Branch Call Number: R- 787.1 J26e
Characteristics: 2 volumes illustrations (some color) facsimiles, music 31 cm