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Jaw-dropping Baroque guitars: Left: Voboam (Paris, 1697), Right: Attributed to Giacomo Ertel (Rome, late 17th century)

Jaw-dropping Baroque guitars: Left: Voboam (Paris, 1697), Right: Attributed to Giacomo Ertel (Rome, late 17th century)

Lot# 1094 A Continental Baroque bone-inlaid ebonized guitar. est: $1000/2000 *Price Realized: $10,200.00

Lot# 1094 A Continental Baroque bone-inlaid ebonized guitar. est: $1000/2000 *Price Realized: $10,200.00

The hardanger fiddle, unlike the viola damore has only four playing strings. It does, however, have a small army of three-to-four sympathetic resonators. Sound that is produced of this instrument is described as haunting or echo-like. The hardanger fiddle is an instrument shaped like a violin

The hardanger fiddle, unlike the viola damore has only four playing strings. It does, however, have a small army of three-to-four sympathetic resonators. Sound that is produced of this instrument is described as haunting or echo-like. The hardanger fiddle is an instrument shaped like a violin

~Gypsy guitar

~Gypsy guitar

Guitar  1630-1650, Italy  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Guitar 1630-1650, Italy The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Les créations incroyables d'Ervin Somogyi! (page 3) - Forum guitare acoustique et électro

Les créations incroyables d'Ervin Somogyi! (page 3) - Forum guitare acoustique et électro

Guitar, 1800. Spruce, ebony, ivory, tortoiseshell. The back bears an image of the Neapolitan composer Giovanni Paisiello, whose works were a favorite of nineteenth-century guitarists. From the exhibition Guitar Heroes, 2011. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Guitar, 1800. Spruce, ebony, ivory, tortoiseshell. The back bears an image of the Neapolitan composer Giovanni Paisiello, whose works were a favorite of nineteenth-century guitarists. From the exhibition Guitar Heroes, 2011. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Collections du Musée de la musique - Philharmonie de Paris - Pôle ressources - Guitare - Detail

Collections du Musée de la musique - Philharmonie de Paris - Pôle ressources - Guitare - Detail

Guitar, late 17th century Attributed to Giacomo Ertel (German, active in Italy, ca. 1646–1711) Rome

Guitar, late 17th century Attributed to Giacomo Ertel (German, active in Italy, ca. 1646–1711) Rome

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